Katie Holmes is hitting the books.
The actress and mother of one has enrolled in Harvard’s Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports program, according to a recent Instagram post.
Holmes, 38, is attending classes under her company’s name, Noelle Productions Inc., which is taken from her middle name.
The course, according to the school’s website, promises to teach students how to launch and manage creative products and portfolios, manage talent and develop other important strategies.
This year’s class also iThe latest celeb gossip from our friends over at NG: Katie Holmes enrolls at Harvard Business School; Vivica A. Fox sued by former business partner.ncludes C.J. McCollum, Rashean Mathis, Jamie Heaslip and Gerard Piqué, who is married to pop star Shakira.
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Vivica A. Fox Sued By Former Business Partner For Allegedly Stealing ‘Black Magic’ Strippers
Vivica A. Fox is being accused by her former business partner of poaching several dancers from his ‘Black Magic’ all-male revue — and now he’s suing.
Jean-Claude LaMarre says his partnership with Vivica went south when she went on “The Breakfast Club” and said the “Black Magic” guys don’t strip for gay men. The LGBTQ community blasted her, and LaMarre says Vivica got pissed at him when he distanced himself from her … during a “TMZ Live” appearance.
According to docs, Vivica started plotting to start her own male revue — recruiting 4 “Black Magic” dancers — and bad mouthing LaMarre to sway them to join her team.
In the suit, LaMarre says Vivica actively tried to torpedo promotions for his show by calling it a “fake,” and telling her fans to avoid “Black Magic” like the plague.
We’ve reached out to Vivica’s reps, no word back yet. If this one goes to trial … we smell a hung jury.
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Is there really a ‘Black Magic’ without Vivica Fox? Apparently her former partner is still using Vivica’s name to promote his venture without her consent.