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FIRST INTERVIEW: Courteney Cox's Breakup Confessions: 'My Life Is Crazy... Now I'm More Sensitive'


Jan. 14 2011, Published 11:25 a.m. ET

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Courteney Cox spoke publicly about her split with David Arquette for the first time Thursday, as the Cougar Town star told a Q & A panel at an entertainment industry event called the Winter TCA (Television Critics Association) that her "life is kind of crazy right now."

The 46-year-old Alabama beauty, who rarely discusses her personal life, opened up in the wake of her well-publicized October 2010 split with Arquette, and has all the juicy details for you.

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Interestingly, she was the first person at the event to bring Arquette's name up (in reference to how she prefers top-shelf wine).

“I think I have a fancy palate -- at least that's what David always used to say to me,” Cox said.

When she was asked about how she deals with her longtime fame, Cox said, "I think I'm kind of used to it.

"Probably as I get older I'm probably getting a little more sensitive," she said. "So, it might be harder in some ways. Obviously, my life is kind of crazy right now. So, getting a lot of that. It's probably a little harder for me than it used to be -- I think I just didn't notice."

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Cox was also asked if she lets her 6-year-old daughter Coco watch her racy ABC series -- and her answer might surprise you.

"If I say yes, am I a bad mom?" she said. "I do -- I tell her to close her eyes when it's inappropriate -- but she does."

Cox did not talk in depth about her split with Arquette or if the couple will actually divorce; she also didn't address Arquette's current stint in rehab for drinking and depression issues.



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