Tom Cruise Ignores Leaving Scientology Rumors; Actor Parties With Nashville Locals
It seems Tom Cruise is ignoring rumors that he will be leaving Scientology soon because of daughter Suri. The 53-year-old A-list star has not yet addressed the issue at hand, but he is certainly enjoying partying with his fans.
The party moment reportedly place during Nashville's Fourth of July fireworks display at the rooftop of Acme & Seed bar. A source at the rooftop even told Us Weekly that the "Mission: Impossible" star took his private jet despite his busy schedule filming "Mena" in Atlanta.
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Fans were delighted when the Hollywood actor randomly appeared at the display, which was headlined by Martina McBride, reported Billboard.
His surprise appearance at the Nashville party coincides with his own birthday, and he chose to spend that Independence Day weekend having fun with Nashville, Tennessee, locals.
"He was on the rooftop watching the fireworks until it started raining," a source told People. "Then he went down to the main event floor and hung out for the rest of the night."
"He was very people-friendly and didn't seem stressed at all," according to the source. "He was having a great time."
However, Cruise did not crash the party crash alone. He went there with friends and family, but he was kind enough to mingle with the bar's local patrons, according to The Inquisitr.
"Tom showed up just after dinner hours with a group of friends, a little after 7 p.m., and left after the fireworks a few hours later," a source told E! News. "He was hanging out outside on the rooftop where there was limited access, not everyone could go up there."
"The roof is mission impossible tonight... Keep your eyes wide shut," tweeted local Katie Dodson, along with a picture of Tom Cruise smiling.
"No Way! @TomCruise! In #Nashville!!!" tweeted another local.
It seems everyone enjoyed Tom Cruise's special appearance in the party, even the superstar himself. He was also pictured feeling the music and sporting a healthy glow while talking to the locals.
With this development, it appears rumors of Tom Cruise leaving Scientology could be far from the mind of the "Top Gun" actor.
While Nashville party sneak-in incident is unusual for many, sneaking out on the bar's roof was common for the locals.
Broadway Street, where Acme Feed & Seed is located, reportedly hosts Fourth of July concerts and fireworks displays yearly. The roof of the restaurant and bar is the best seat in town to see the display.
Still, that Independence Day proved to be once-in-a-lifetime for some of the Nashville locals present at the party.
Tom Cruise is currently involved in the thriller film "Mena" and the sequel of "Top Gun." "Mena" is set for release on January 6, 2017.