David Arquette Apologizes For Being A Blabbermouth


Earlier this week, after we learned about the break-up of Courteney Cox and David Arquette, David went on The Howard Stern Show to talk publicly about the circumstances that led to the end of his marriage … offering very personal information about his relationship with his wife and the woman he’s been sleeping with since the couple’s separation. In hindsight it appears that Arquette has seen the error of his ways and has offered a public Twitter apology for his comments … read on:

Thank you all for your Love and support at this time. I’m trying figuring out how to be the best person I can be. / but it’s been a process of trial and error. I went on Howard Stern yesterday to provide clarity and honesty about what I’m experiencing / but while doing that I shared too much…it’s alright for me to be honest about my own feelings but in retrospect some of the information / I provided involved others and for that I am sorry and humbled..Life is a process of spiritual evolution / I’m sure Courteney and myself will emerge from this painful time better people for what we’ve learned.

Yeah, I’m sure David Arquette is a nice guy … but I can’t help but think of him as a doofus. I cannot believe that he would go on a national radio program and share all those intimate details about his marriage and NOT think it was a very bad idea at the time. My guess is that someone had to tell him that he over-shared … and I’m guessing that person was his estranged wife Courteney Cox. You know, at least he apologized. That’s something, right? LOL.


  • Panti Christ

    He says “figuring out how to be the best person” he can be is something that he is “trying out” – Better late than never, Davey.

  • truthyisalways

    Sadly though I think that this shows how far apart he and Courtney are in maturity levels. She’s given it 11 years. If after all that time and all that therapy his best thinking tells him to call Howard Stern (who brings out the sleazy, as we all know), she ought to try life with a fellow grown up.

  • truthyisalways

    ps who on god’s green earth goes on Howard Stern to provide “clarity and honesty?!!”

  • Mr,.Gyllenhaal

    @Truthy- I totally agree. This little incident totally shows how different the maturity levels are between them and why she is tired of acting like his mom!!!!

  • Meghan

    @Truthy, @Mr. Gyllenhaal—I also wholeheartedly agree. She really needed to get out. He is a moron! I can’t believe she stayed as long as she did!

  • Alicia

    While calling in to Howard Stern was a bonehead move, I’m sure he’s going through a difficult time and wasn’t in the best state of mind when he did it. I know that I made some horrible decisions when I was separated from my husband, it’s a confusing time. I’d also like to add – this is the man that Courtney married. We can’t put all the blame on him. We ALL predicted this marriage was a mistake at the beginning.

  • Denise

    Yes, Courtney is proving she’s got way more class than her estranged hubby. I for one did not “give David credit for his honesty”. There are good reasons to keep your mouth shut in private situations such as these.

  • Candice

    I think this marriage is done. It would be hard to forgive/forget some things if they were kept private but now that he’s spilled to world that he not only slept with another woman but a woman MUCH younger than Courtney – yeah, public humilation is hard to forgive.

  • squeakyboo

    The interview on the Howard Stern Show was actually quite moving…if you actually listened to the interview instead of making assumptions, you would understand what I am talking about. David did not say anything on the interview that was extreme. He was defending himself in the fact that he did not cheat on Courtney. Is it only acceptable for celebrities to share their issues on Oprah?

    • @squeakyboo — LOL. I heard the whole interview, I didn’t find it moving … it was dumb. I get that he was trying to tell his side of the story but he just said all the wrong things.

  • Squeakyboo

    @ Trent – let’s face it that any media outlet would have loved to have that interview. I doubt you would have denied an interview with David Arquette if he decided to talk to you about his marriage.

    • @Squeakyboo — Yes, what is your point? I don’t think anyone has any issue with David Arquette giving an interview … I think the problem is that he had very moronic things to say. In the end, I think the interview — his words themselves — show just why that marriage fell apart.