PopSugar reports that Katie Holmes recently popped into a cafe for a quick pick me up after working hard in New York City:
Monday evening, Katie was back on the Broadway stage for the first time in several years, acting in the first preview performance of Dead Accounts. Katie earned a round of applause several times during the debut run of the upcoming play, and if she had any nerves about her return to comedy, she kept them well hid.
Well that’s all well and good, but the real question on everyone’s lips is: what was Hunty Katie drinking? To help us get to the bottom of this mess, we reached out to a celebrity panel of industry experts with extensive experience on the New York City stage: Ruby Je’Glaré, Mary Cano, Steamwanda, and Big Trans Chai.
It is my humble opinion that Ms. Katie Holmes was most assuredly sipping on a grande
, no whip, two pump
, extra hot mocha. Miss Thang deserves to mix it up after four years of sugar free vanilla, honey. Get it done, girl! You deserve it! -Ruby Je’Glaré
Don’t make me laugh. Katie is all class
and dressed for a chilly New York City autumn day. And what goes better with autumn than a Soy Pumpkin Spiced Caffe Latte? Just one sip
, to ring in the season and cut down on calories. That’s Katie’s style. -Mary Cano
As a veteran of the stage I can tell you that paying attention to the liquids you ingest is fundamental. I’m certain Holmes treated herself to a hand poured single estate Colombian coffee. If I were Holmes I’d be drinking nothing more than a hot water, a wedge of lemon, and a sweet n’ low, darling. –Steamwanda
I’m going to let you all in on a little known celebrity secret: Caramel Frappuccino in a hot cup. Who needs to see what you’re drinking? Paper cups provide an opaque shield of secrecy so prying eyes will never know. It’s like a coffee tuck — and don’t worry, I’ll never tell. And when they ask for your name? You can tell them “Stunning” and walk around with a label that really suits you. –Big Trans Chai
What do you think Holmes was slurping up? Sound off in the comments below!
With help from Alex Pond, Talon Wood, and Colin Dorwart.