>>114 True. Before it was 'is this a publicity stunt?' Now, there's a whole new menu: publicity stunt, relationship as deflection, liar, Kanye, Kim, engagement, defamation suit, etc.
There are so many possibilities now for pap questions. Think anyone will ask about Tom's work? Or notice him!
There's a delicious irony: a man so clearly desirous of attention is going out with a woman who sucks if away from him like a black hole. He's been diminished in many ways by this relationship, most recently being regulated to the role of 'supportive boyfriend.' But the most painful aspect for an attention whore like TH must be the complete focus on TS. He's rather gotten used to playing the leading man and now he's an extra.
CC wasn't enjoyable because she wasn't there; it was enjoyable because he once again was the focus of attention.