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Fi­nally! Courteney Cox opens up about her plas­tic surgery mishaps — and re­veals what drove her to ex­tremes

Courteney Cox faced sheer sea cliffs and harsh ter­rain in the Ir­ish High­lands on the Aug. 22 episode of Run­ning Wild With Bear Grylls — but it was noth­ing com­pared to ag­ing in Hol­ly­wood. The Friends alum, 52, got can­did about her dis­as­trous Bo­tox and fillers on the show (noth­ing makes a girl want to open up like roast­ing a sheep tes­ti­cle sac full of mag­gots over a camp­fire!). “Be­ing a woman in this business and get­ting older is not the eas­i­est thing,” she said, adding that the in­tense pres­sure to main­tain her looks caused her to go over­board in an ef­fort to “chase” her youth. “And then you look at a pic­ture of your­self and you go, ‘Oh God, I look hor­ri­ble,’” she ad­mit­ted. “So now I have a new motto: Just let it be.” But Courteney hasn’t com­pletely aban­doned her van­ity — she in­ex­pli­ca­bly brought a can of hair spray on her sur­vival ad­ven­ture, which Bear used to start their fire!

Courteney isn’t the only Friend re­flect­ing on the past. It turns out Ross Geller — oops, we mean David Sch­wim­mer — re­cently com­plained that his mas­sive fame made him “want to hide un­der a base­ball cap and not be seen.” That’s be­cause he was con­stantly rec­og­nized by fans who saw him as “part of [a] fam­ily,” says the 49-year-old. “I’m the same guy for 10 years, you can rely on me to be a cer­tain way and you know me — or you think you know me.” Trans­la­tion: He won’t be there for you!


“I have done things that I re­gret, and luck­ily, they’re things that dis­solve and go away,” said Courteney (here in Septem­ber 2015) of her pre­vi­ously over­filled face. What was I think­ing?!

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