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Katie Holmes certainly looked pretty in pink last night!
The 36-year-old actress flaunted her trim figure in a sexy pink Zac Posen gown (a little like That Dress, some people see it as a different color; per the designer's Instagram, though, it is most definitely PINK) at the New York City premiere of her new movie, Woman in Gold. She tastefully showed some skin, too, thanks to cutout design of her dress' midsection.
In Woman in Gold, Katy stars opposite Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds as the wife of the hunky actor. She later revealed to Dujour it was nice to portray "a happy, married couple, because it's rare to see that."
She famously married Tom Cruise back in 2006, but their divorce was finalized in 2012. Since then, the actress, who has a 8-year-old daughter (Suri Cruise) with her ex-husband, has kept her dating life on the D.L. Press reports have romantically linked her to Jamie Foxx multiple times, but there's not much evidence to suggest the twosome are anything more than friends.
Neither of the actors' reps responded to E! News' request for comment earlier this month when a new report claimed they'd been "hooking up," but both stars seemed unconcerned by the never-ending speculation surrounding their relationship status (or lack thereof). Jamie himself laughed off the rumors once again after that, telling a paparazzo recently, "Oh come on, you guys have been trying to get that to stick for three years!"
Indeed, the rumors began back in 2013 after Katie and Jamie, 47, were photographed dancing together at a Hamptons benefit. But dancing isn't dating! "I had Colin Powell on stage dancing, [too]," Jamie Later quipped to ABC News, "so they could have said me and Colin Powell were dating!"
The rumor mill creates some crazy stuff, but most stars try and stay one step ahead anyway. As Katie told Dujour, there's "definitely an awareness of the fact that people have camera phones, and that your privacy is sometimes invaded, but that's something that I think everyone has had to adjust to."
"Even early on, when I was a young actor and all of a sudden people knew who I was, my dad told me, ‘Don't let that change how you live your life,'" she recalled. "I've always sort of approached it that way. You have to continue to do the things you want to do and not let outside forces dictate."
Smart lady! Woman in Gold hits theaters Friday.