Katie Holmes Doesn’t “Feel Like A Woman?”

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Lady, you’re 37. I don’t wanna be hearing that kinda talk!

Katie Holmes has spent the past three-plus years since announcing her divorce from Tom Cruise raising her daughter, working on her career and having a weird covert relationship with Jamie Foxx. In More magazine’s February issue, Holmes talks more about her life and future plans, and while inspirational, it’s also pretty generic (AKA NOTHING ABOUT JAMIE FOXX):

On progress: “You’ve got to keep going,” she told the mag. “In every part of your life. Focus on the positive. Stay creative. Go to things that interest you. Do work that’s fulfilling. Challenge yourself. What’s amazing about the human spirit, there are so many people doing inspiring things. If you focus on that, it makes your life richer.”

On her career of present: “I feel more creative,” she admitted. “I feel ready … When I was a young actor, things happened quickly. My second job was Dawson’s Creek, and suddenly I was known. I was 18 years old; I had no life experience. I felt, ‘I don’t have anything to bring. I don’t know what it’s like to be, say, really angry. I’m doing the best I can.’ But with age I’ve gained confidence.”

On her love life: “That’s not something I want to answer … [I don’t] have a five or 10-year plan,” she said of dating. “I feel like I’m still a teenager in a lot of ways. I do a lot of things I did then. I paint, I color. I cook sometimes. I still feel like a girl. I don’t quite feel like a woman, maybe because I’m the baby of my family. I’ll probably be 90 and feel like, ‘Not a woman yet!’ Ha!”

Okay, I guess. But you ARE a woman and you HAVE been rebuilding your life. Why not just come clean and OWN it?

Photos: More Magazine

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