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Tuesday 26 May 2015

Cruise ‘holds wife auditions’

Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise is reportedly eager to avoid a “disastrous” love match.

The Hollywood star has been single since splitting from his ex-wife Katie Holmes last year. It seems he is eager to settle down and is looking for a new relationship. However, Tom is apparently choosy when it comes to love. According to British magazine Grazia, the 51-year-old actor is looking for someone who has been a member of the Church of Scientology for at least five years and is involved in the entertainment industry.

The lady also apparently has to be brainy and in her mid to late 30s.

“Tom needs to be strict about his criteria because he wants to avoid a disastrous match and he needs them to understand his hectic lifestyle and all that comes with it,” a source told the publication.

The star was recently linked to actress-and-model Jessica White, who is also a Scientologist.

Last month, former Scientologist Anette Iren Johansen claimed she had been “auditioned” to be Tom’s wife in 2005.

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