Not surprisingly after the unravelling of his marriage to Katie Holmes and the backlash the followed it seems that the avid Scientologist will be looking for the next Mrs Tom Cruise amongst the ranks of the existing members of his church.
RadarOnline is saying that the 27-year old Pecoraro is being chosen for the role of the actor’s next wife to help minimise the damage that the Church of Scientology is currently suffering. The actress has both parents who are members of the church and has been taking all of the scientology courses since she was a teenager.
Although some publications have doubted the truth of the match there are some other sources available to back up the allegation. Scientology expert Margery Wakefield has said that it is almost certain that if Tom Cruise marries again he will choose a wife from within the Scientology ranks.
Also in Andrew Morton’s book, Tom Cruise: An Unauthorised Biography, he suggests that the pair first met at the opening of a new Scientology center in Spain back in 2004 where Cruise “fell head over heels” for her.
If he does hook up with the actress he will certainly just be doing so for religious reasons as Pecoraro was the cover girl for last October’s issue of mens magazine For Your Eyes, where she was billed as “the sexiest senorita to hit Hollywood in years.”
She has appeared in a few films over her short career although we don’t expect her to be winning any Oscars too soon as 2 of her biggest roles didn’t even justify a character name where she was billed as Sexy Woman in the 2009 movie The Ugly Truth and as Bikini Babe in Dr Vegas in 2004.
The flame left Greenwich Park at the meridian at 7.33 this morning. The torch was carried by 15-year old Natasha Sinha who was chosen for the role for her dedication to swimming and cross-country running. The flame then moved towards the Cutty Sark where it was carried by Sir Robin Knox-Johnson who was the first person to sail solo non-stop around the world.
The Olympic Flame arrived in London last night when Royal Marine Commando Martyn Williams abseiled into the Tower of London. The flame then spent the night under guard in the Tower of London before resuming its journey towards the Olympic Stadium.
By the time it reaches the Olympic Stadium for the Opening Ceremony on Friday evening the torch will have travelled 8,000 miles in 70 days.
After problems with the security guards, threatened industrial action from several different areas and the awful weather of the last few weeks it is hoped that the arrival of the Olympic Torch in London will lift spirits in the capital. London Mayor Boris Johnson said “As it sprints through the city, I know that its radiance will dispel any last remaining clouds of dampness and anxiety … and it will spread the crackling bush fire of Olympic enthusiasm throughout the city,”
It has not been revealed who will be the final torch-bearer for the last part of the Olympic Flame’s journey but two of the most likely candidates are amongst our most respected former Olympic athletes. Sir Steve Redgrave, winner of 5 Olympic rowing medals and Daley Thompson the winner of the decathlon at the 1980 and 1984 Olympics.