Despite the fact that Tom Cruise's much-talked-about couch jumping incident on "The Oprah Winfrey" show a few years ago is still, well, much-talked about, Cruise said he doesn't think he would take it back. The actor is interviewed by Winfrey again, and appears on her show on Friday, but no couch jumping occurs this time.
Cruise sat down at his Telluride, Colorado, home for an hour-long interview with Winfrey, to celebrate his 25 years in show business.
He said that his couch-jumping, arm-pumping antics from three years ago was a genuine way for him to express love for then-girlfriend Katie Holmes. Cruise and Holmes have since married and have a two-year-old daughter named Suri.
Holmes welcomed Winfrey to her home at the beginning of the show. During the interview Cruise does talk about his belief in the Church of Scientology and also said one of its central beliefs is to respect the religious beliefs of others.
Cruise will appear on "Oprah" on Friday from his home in Telluride, and on Monday he will join her in her studio.
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