Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx, who have been rumored since 2013 to be dating in secret, are reportedly ready to make their relationship public. A source told Us Weekly that Holmes “used to be super-worried about public attention,” and went through great lengths to dodge the paparazzi when meeting with Foxx. Now, the source says, Holmes “is tired of playing the hiding game.” On April 2, the two were spotted out at dinner in New York City. The source notes that “they’re going to go out to dinner more and are talking about a trip to Europe.”

Online dating
Just wait until Charlize discovers ‘super likes’

During an appearance on “Ellen,” Charlize Theron talked about her experience with online dating: “You have to text them and then the flirting starts and it’s kind of awkward because you don’t know the person and they’re trying to be cute and they say weird things like, ‘What’s up, sexy?’ And it’s just awkward.” She also said the men are “in different variations of no clothes.”

This is cute in a — nope, actually, this is just annoying

Chris Evans said in an interview with Elle magazine that he’s had “no bad breakups in [his] life.” “Typically, if I see an ex, I give a big hug, and it’s wonderful to catch up,” the actor said. “If you’re ever fortunate enough to love someone and have them love you back, it’s worth protecting that. It’s rare that someone can truly know you.”

Personal branding: Kids of ALL ages are doing it!

Victoria Beckham has registered her 5-year-old daughter Harper’s name with intellectual property authorities in Britain and Europe. This offers Harper legal protections if she goes into show business. The three sons of Victoria and David Beckham — Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz — also have their names protected by earlier filings. —AP

Texts from Brad
‘OMG is this your way of breaking up with me?’

Sienna Miller cleared up rumors about a budding romance between her and Brad Pitt. The two were spotted “flirting” at a private dinner earlier this week, the New York Post reported. “I’m not going to even dignify it with a response,” she told the publication at a Tuesday screening of her latest film, “The Lost City of Z.” “It’s predictable and silly.”

“Someone here needs to update my Wikipedia — it’s not helping my dating life!” — Nelly Furtado, revealing on the U.K.’s “Loose Women” that she split from her husband, Demacio Castellon, after eight years of marriage