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TomKat Is Making BANK For The Tabs!

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TomKat Split Saves The Tabs!

Katie Holmes isn't making much ca$h from her split from Tom Cruise…. BUT someone is!

TomKat's broken marriage has totes revived tabloid sales.

Last week's gossip magazines saw higher profits than they have had in years. Since the split, covers featuring Katie and her ex-husband have been selling faster than you can say "Poor Xenu." Even Russell Brand is enjoying the juice!

Last week, People slung 1.4 million copies of a Tom & Katie cover. That's an 27% increase of what they sold on average in 2011!

In Touch and Us Weekly also saw souring sales with a breakup cover story.

Howeves, the poor mags that didn't have "Katie's Courage" or "Is Tom Suicidal? " on the cover bombed!

OK!, who cover featured Jennifer Aniston turning down a proposal, and Life & Style, whose cover was all about Kate Middleton feuding with the Queen, suffered big time!

So, get ready guys!

We're with sales like this, you can be sure ALL the tabs will be covering TomKat this week!

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4 comments to “TomKat Is Making BANK For The Tabs!”



  1. 1

    oh yeah, real house of horrors. Tons of cash in your bank account, homes from the west to east coast, drivers, cars, all the finest foods and clothes and a husband who is gone for long periods of time giving you the freedom to do whatever you want. Gimme a break

  2. Rigby says – reply to this


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    What's worse is that the factual bizarre shit about this divorce reported by legitimate news sources actually outweighs the ridiculous garbage these people are making up.

  3. Britanny says – reply to this


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    House of horrors my ass.

  4. BitchieBitch says – reply to this


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    I'm sure it was a 'typo' but regardless, seeing as I assume you get paid a pretty penny WRITE you should at least take some time to proofread your shit… It's 'saw soaring sales', not souring; If, in fact, you did mean souring it was done in the wrong context.