, the actors Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry are “hooking up” following the break-up of Cox’s engagement to Snow Patrol singer Johnny Mc Daid.Disregarding the validity of any such “source”, social media users have lost all self-control over the rumours.In particular, people have been sharing this tweet: The photo of Cox and Perry actually dates back to 2005, when Cox was married to David Arquette – hence the rather sizeable wedding ring on her finger.The couple separated and then amicably divorced in 2013."It's no surprise that Matthew was one of the first people Courteney called when she ended the engagement," a source told the rag.
“No one, not even Elizabeth 3rd, could change me,” Jumin Han wrote to me in a chat room. Jumin Han, heir to the giant corporation C&R International, had finally fallen in love with me. And that’s because now I have nothing but the desire to make you happy.” “Perhaps…this is called love,” his message popped up in a box shaped like a heart, with roses tied in a nice ribbon hanging off the side. I had been playing the otome (a dating sim geared towards women) Mystic Messenger for the last week and a half, and all of my hard work (not that hard) and tough choices (not that tough) had come to fruition.The "insider" goes on to report that Matthew, who has been single-to-mingle since he broke up with Lizzy Caplan in 2012 (we also forget they were a thing), invited Courteney over to talk, cooed "I'll be there for you when the rain starts to pour," and all that jazz, and overcome with tension pent up from 10 years of onscreen smooching, they "hooked up." We'd like to imagine it was after a mutual friend's wedding and their interaction went something like this: However, much like their characters, they intend to keep their budding romance on the DL, for now, which explains why they haven't said anything.Well, that, or none of this is true."There isn't any pressure to put a label on it yet, but they're excited to see where this might go," the source explains.
To be fair, when claimed Courteney's relationship with her husband-to-be was over weeks before it was confirmed, they happened to be right.
So, fingers crossed their "insider" is a real person in Court's inner sanctum who isn't just leading us on with the typical muck.