Actor David Arquette drunk-dialed into pal Howard Stern’s Sirius XM radio show Wednesday morning and rambled about everything from “playing games” to God, to his ex-wife, Courteney Cox’s love life.
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Arquette, who has been to rehab, said he just decided to go back to the bottle after “feeling like I wasn’t being that true to myself. I’m a wild man, I do get out of control, I try to keep a cap on it.”
They play exes on TV, but in real life Courteney Cox and Brian Van Holt are reportedly dating! A source told Us Weekly that “they’ve been going out for about six months.”
Former Hollywood couple Courteney Cox and David Arquette have finalized their divorce, reports TMZ.
Cox, 48, and Arquette, 41, announced their separation in October 2010 after 11 years of marriage. In June 2012, they filed divorce papers citing "irreconcilable differences.”
Actress Courteney Cox is also looking for closure in her marriage to David Arquette, and has filed her own divorce petition.reports TMZ.
Actor David Arquette is making his split official… he filed for divorce from estranged wife Courteney Cox.TMZ reports Arquette filed the documents on Tuesday, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the divorce and asking for joint legal and physical custody of their daughter, Coco, who turns 8 on Wednesday.
In a very revealing conversation with Sirius XM radio host Howard Stern, Courteney Cox said her sex life has been non-existent since her split with husband David Arquette.
Despite rumors of the actress hooking up with "Cougar Town" co-star Josh Hopkins, she said, "I have not had sex. It's been about a year."
Based on this interview with Cox, and prior chats with Arquette, Stern attributes the couple's breakdown to sex issues, but Cox divulged that it was more than their bedroom problems that caused their breakup.
Singer Katy Perry stepped out for the Grand Opening weekend of 1 OAK Las Vegas at The Mirage to support the GiveLove Charity with J. Molinari Jewelry designers Markus Molinari and Jason Arasheben.
The "Teenage Dream" singer helped present a check to the charity's co-founders, Patricia Arquette and Rosetta Getty and board-member David Arquette.
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