Conan O'Brien predicted the Katie Holmes/Tom Cruise love child

Posted on October 06, 2005 at 12:58 AM

This blog is not in the business of discussing celebrity news, nor does it care if a whacked-out mega star impregnates a brainwashed actress via scientological conception. Though the news of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes becoming preggers was enough for this blog to take notice.

What would cause me to start caring now you might ask?

Back in May of this year, one of the best running segments on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, entitled "If they mated", depicted the possible offspring of a Holmes/Cruise union (warning: previous link not safe for those with an aversion to bulbous nose's and abnormally large foreheads).

What's amazing about this particular image is that this may be the first time an "If they mated" offspring has actually come to fruition. Through diligent research (approx. 3 minutes of searching Google), this blog has concluded that this would indeed be the case.

Congrats to Conan and his crew of photoshopping If They Mated prophets. I'm sure the Holmes/Cruise love child will be just as fugly as your picture depicts.

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Katie Holmes’ birthday will no doubt be a big hit. Fortunately for Tom Cruise, he won’t need a personal loan to make sure her birthday will be wonderful for her. For only having lived for three decades, Holmes has accomplished a lot. She won her first award for “Breakthrough Female Performance” at age 19 for her role in “Disturbing Behavior.” She is married to one of the top movie stars of all time and has a gorgeous two year-old daughter. She’s played roles in Golden Globe nominated and Oscar winning films. There were, however, a few movies that were a flop, but none of that comes close to tarnishing her name and career. Last Thursday was Katie Holmes’ big day, but the couple has been celebrating all week. To learn more about Katie’s career and which film may have left the producers in need of a personal loan, check out this payday loan article.

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