TomKitten sighting by Leah Remini

There’s been aSuri sighting. The TomKitten does exist!

“King of Queens” star Leah Remini has seen Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ daughter with her own eyes.

“She’s a beaming baby,” Remini, who is a member of the Church of Scientology along with Holmes and Cruise, told People. “She looks like Tom and Katie. She’s just beautiful. They’re just great parents. There wasn’t a second that she was out of their arms except when I held her.”

Remini, who bought Suri shoes, told Us Weekly that the baby is “a cross between the two — [with] dark, straight hair and dark eyes.”

The actress also sang the praises of the baby’s mama. “She’s the most serene, gracious, sweet human being,” Remini said of Holmes.

Still no word on when the rest of us will get to see the kid. Perhaps when she makes her first movie? More likely, when Cruise is out promoting his next movie.

Shop ’til you drop, Nicole

Walking skeleton-reality show star Nicole Richie fainted while shopping in a Los Angeles boutique.

The “Simple Life” star, who continues to deny that she has an eating disorder, was browsing in übercool Kitson when she collapsed.

“She was looking through a rack of clothes when she suddenly fainted and hit the floor,” a spy told Life & Style magazine. “The staff helped her to a chair and offered her something to eat. She shot back, ‘No!’ and mumbled something about it being ‘so hot.’”

After 20 minutes and a glass of water, Richie was back on her feet.

We’re best friends alert!

It looks like hectic work schedules may be what broke up Dave Navarro and Carmen Electra’s two-and-half year marriage.

Navarro has been working nonstop with his latest band, Camp Freddy, and hosting CBS’ “Rockstar,” while Electra has been taking more “acting” roles.

“They’ve tried so hard to stay together,” a friend told People magazine. “But both of them finally realized it’s just not working out.”

Navarro even wrote about the separation on his blog at www.6767.com. “What does ‘amicably separated’ mean? It means that Carmen and I love each other, we are and always will be best friends,” he wrote. “In fact, we are supporting each other through this time. What better way to get through a tough spot than with your best friend?”

Daniel’s smash hit

Actor Daniel Baldwin plowed a rented Ford Thunderbird into two parked cars Wednesday afternoon and may be charged with reckless driving.

Baldwin — brother of actors Alec, Stephen and William — was weaving through traffic, driving more than 80mph and ran through a red light before he hit the cars. At the scene, Baldwin, who starred on the NBC cop drama “Homicide: Life on the Street,” refused to cooperate with a police officer, who drew his gun to force Baldwin to comply, according to The Associated Press.

Baldwin and an unidentified female passenger were taken to the hospital for treatment, after which, Baldwin had some explaining to do.

“He was not arrested,” Los Angeles police Officer Martha Garcia told The Associated Press. “He was detained for questioning, then afterward they determined they were going to file charges. It was a misdemeanor and not a felony. If it were a felony, he would be arrested.”

Let us not forget that back in April, prosecutors decided against filing felony charges against Baldwin after his arrest in a cocaine possession case.

How messed up do you have to be to be considered the messed-up Baldwin brother?

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