■■Katie Holmes won’t confirm her long-rumored romance with Jamie Foxx because she doesn’t want to lose $5 million from her 2012 divorce settlement with Tom Cruise, RadarOnline.com reports. Holmes, 37, who also received $4.8 million in child support for daughter Suri, 10, signed a clause preventing her from “publicly dating another man for five years,” a source told the website. “She’s allowed to date, but she cannot do so in a public fashion, and she’s not supposed to let any boyfriend near their daughter.” Still, Holmes’ relationship with Foxx, 48, is one of Hollywood’s worst-kept secrets— insiders say they’ve been involved since 2013. Last month in New York City, Holmes openly cheered the Django Unchained star when he joined Barbra Streisand onstage to sing “Climb Ev’ry Mountain”; afterward, she visited him in his dressing room. “They figured it wasn’t a violation of the public rule because security prevented photos,” the source says. “They were so discreet.”
■■New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker is dating artist and poet Cleo Wade. The rising Democratic star, 47, was seen with the 28-year-old Wade last week at a Brooklyn party thrown by fashion site Refinery29.com. “They were holding hands through the different rooms and looked very much like a couple,” an onlooker told the New York Post. “He was shaking hands with people who were coming up to him, and she was being very friendly with everyone.” Wade, once linked to Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson, collaborated on an installation displayed at the bash.
■■ Protesters marred disgraced swimmer Ryan Lochte’s debut on Dancing with the Stars. Two men rushed the stage, shouting insults, before security grabbed them and led them away. The men were wearing T-shirts with Lochte’s name and a “no” symbol crossing it out, and witnesses said they yelled, “He’s a liar!” A group of women in the audience also wearing the T-shirts then stood up, shouted “Liar!” and were also led away. The TV audience missed most of it, because the show cut to a commercial. Lochte, who has been suspended from U.S. swimming for 10 months for falsely claiming he was robbed at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro, said he felt as if “someone reached inside and ripped my heart out and stepped on it.”