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Courteney Cox: There's No Divorce Yet

Courteney Cox is finally speaking up about her separation from David Arquette and says the world shouldn't assume they're getting a divorce.  This is a mature departure from Arquette's antics on Howard Stern (for which he later apologized) but you can see this is hard for him.  Who's side are you on?

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I'm on both of their sides, as they are husband and wifeSmile

I don't think anyone should be taking any sides. As Courtney said, separation does not always mean divorce. Sometimes a little time apart can give each individual a better perspective on the situation and things can be worked out.

If you don't read the newspaper, you are uninformed. If you do read the newspaper, you are misinformed. - Mark Twain

Gossip Gal you question are getting more like Gossip Yenta.Women will be women men will be men.Nothing has changes since the Sumerian

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