Looking back. Drew Barrymore had a “nervous breakdown” Scream set in 1996 when she thought she was pregnant.
“We have become so close, Courtney [Cox],” the Drew Barrymore show the host, 46, told his 57-year-old former co-star in a Monday, Jan. 10, episode. “I remember during the photo shoot, I had a nervous breakdown because I had the false impression that I was pregnant. I kept asking you, ‘How do you know if you’re pregnant? We’re supposed to shoot this poster but oh my god I just started dating and how do you know that?'”
The California native noted that she “felt safe going” to the Friends alum with her concerns, saying, “You were the mature, wise person in the room.”
the Cougar City alum laughed and agreed with Barrymore. “I was the eldest and I was the right person to ask,” Cox said.
While the Alabama native welcomed daughter Coco, now 17, with another Scream Star David Arquette in 2004, Barrymore became a mom eight years later. The Golden Globe winner gave birth to daughter Olive, now 9, in 2012, followed by daughter Frankie, now 7, in 2014.
The Emmy nominee shares her children with her ex-husband Will Kopelman. The former couple broke up in 2016 and the 43-year-old art consultant has moved on. vogue fashion director Alexandra Michler.
Barrymore called Kopelman’s wife, 34, “the most amazing mother-in-law” on Wednesday, January 12, telling weird eyeit is Bobby Berk about her struggles to date as a single mother.
“I don’t know how to date children”, the Santa Clarita diet alum explained in an episode of his CBS show. “I’m not there yet. I have two young daughters and I don’t want to bring people home. I think it would take me a long time to meet someone and get to know them before I could even introduce them to my daughters.
the Wild flower the author went on to say CBS Matinees‘ Gayle King when she “never” plans to remarry, adding: “There is no reason to be. … I might live with someone again. May be. But there’s no way I’m ever, ever, ever getting married again.
Before dating Kopelman, Barrymore was married to Jeremy Thomas from 1994 to 1995 and Tom Green from 2001 to 2002.
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