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DEATH WATCH 2006: TOM CRUISE

TOM CRUISE'S ROPE TRICK
February 08, 2006
Provided by: Star Online
At the Feb. 6 Rolling Stone/Verizon pre-Grammy party at Hollywood club Avalon, Tom Cruise — without pregnant fiancĂ© Katie Holmes — also shocked the crowd by staging a Mission Impossible-style stunt, climbing a rope from the club floor up to a balcony to watch Kanye West perform. "It was completely bizarre — it reminded me of his crazy display on Oprah when he jumped up and down on her couch," an onlooker tells Star.

HEAR IT HERE FIRST!

1) Watch the MI:3 trailer
2) Consider, "Do you have a wife, a daughter?"
3) Wonder if Tom Cruise got the news of a daughter BEFORE or AFTER shooting MI:3
4) Wonder if Tom Cruise set up marriage and baby as a career move, Baby comes, Wedding, and then...MI:3!!!
5) Wonder if he just fell in love with love. OR IS HE ACTING?

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