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Alfonso Ribeiro says Bruce Springsteen inspired the Carlton Dance
November 15th, 2022 under Alfonso Ribeiro, Bruce Springsteen, Courteney Cox, Jimmy Fallon. [ Comments: none ]

Have you ever wondered who inspired Alfonso Ribeiro to dance the way he did on The Fresh of Bel-Air? Was it Belinda Carlisle from The Go-Go’s as she assumed? Nope. It was actually the way Bruce Springsteen and Courteney Cox danced in Dancing in the Dark.

So, yesterday when the Boss was on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon wanted to know what he thought of that. He laughed and said, “Well. My dancing is pretty embarrassing. And my kids kill me on that. ‘Dad, you look ridiculous. Ridiculous.’ It is my New Jersey Shuffle. I guess. It is all I knew.”

And then Springsteen said he saw the resemblance as we all do now. And we won’t be able to unsee it.


BWTF: Courteney Cox for Tampax
September 19th, 2022 under Before They Were Famous, Courteney Cox. [ Comments: none ]

Back in 1985, before Courtney Cox had Friends, she was doing a Tampax commercial.

When the actress was 21, she had her period. Now that she is 58, they are a thing of the past. So she decided to update the ad to talk about the negatives of menopause. She might look the same, but she doesn’t feel that way and wants us to know that.

And with this, I am scared of menopause.


Courteney Cox tries out the Friends face app with horrifying results
April 5th, 2022 under Courteney Cox, Friends (cast). [ Comments: none ]

There is an app out there where you can try out the faces of the Friends cast on top of your own. AJ McLean gave it go and wished he didn’t.

However, not as much as Monica herself. Courteney Cox had to see it for herself, quickly regretted it. Can you blame the actress? It was so bad that she could not identify which one was her face, and neither could we. Although, I laughed that they used Jennifer Aniston’s old nose.

Good thing they already had the Friends reunion. Because I don’t think they could look at their co-stars the same way after seeing their co-stars’ faces on their own.

Are you brave enough to try it?


Courteney Cox moved out of a haunted house
February 9th, 2022 under Courteney Cox. [ Comments: none ]

Courteney Cox is starring in the supernatural dramedy Shining Vale which debuts March 6th on Starz. However, that series is fiction. In real life, she has had close encounters with spirits on multiple occasions.

The Friend sat down with Extra to promote her new show, and they asked her to tell one of her ghost stories. Cox used to live in a house on the top of Laurel Canyon, and everyone kept telling her the place was haunted. She didn’t believe them until a delivery man said that to her. Actually, the actress explained it as that when he told her that, she didn’t believe him. She asked him how he knew that, and he said that there was someone standing next to her. And with that, she moved out of the house. I can’t say I blame her. I would have done the same.

Cox has such a knack for attracting ghosts; she experiences them all over the World. Well, more specifically, she says she saw one in London just the other day. I have a feeling that Ed Sheeran had something to do with that one. But you never know. I am sure the dead love Friends as much as the living.

And hopefully, we will love Shining Vale just as much. To see the trailer, then click here!


Did the Scream trailer make you, well, scream?
October 12th, 2021 under Courteney Cox. [ Comments: none ]

The first trailer is out for Scream 5, or as they call it Scream. It feels like the original movie but adapted for today’s moviegoers.

Because it stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette, it will get the fans that have been there for 25 years to go see it. And since they have a younger cast that includes Jenny Ortega as this film’s Drew Barrymore, they will get new fans as well. So, on January 14th, expect a lot of people to run out and watch Ghostface going another killing spree.

Will you be one of them?


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