COURTENEY COX COULD CARE WHOS WATCHING

Former television star Courteney Cox tries to remain very upbeat when she is out in public, because she can't stand it when cameras catch her in a bad mood.The former "Friends" actress is admitting her fame has provided her with tremendous opportunity both personally and professionally, but say she tires of putting on a happy face to please the public. She says, "The only thing I don't like about fame is that you have to be in a good mood if you're going to go someplace. If you're in a bugged mood, that's the worst thing."But Cox admits she's not afraid of having it out with her actor husband, David Arquette, if the two are caught mid-argument. She adds, "If I'm in a fight, I won't stop. It doesn't matter who's looking. I don't have modesty issues or personal issues and David does. It's a big deal to him. I will yell (and) all of a sudden, no one exists."
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Anonymous said…
Court,
Ask Ryan how he ruined the Cinderella play with his stupid antics. I have not forgotten that.

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