David Arquette Dancing With The Stars

November 4, 2011 by staff 

David Arquette Dancing With The Stars, David Arquette has danced his way back to the heart of his wife, Courteney Cox? “No,” says Arquette, the last dancer to be shown the door at Dancing With the Stars.

Sitting in the audience and see Arquette dance with all your heart, week after week, two things that could not miss: first was the joy in the face of his daughter, 7 years old, Coco, and the second was the tears in the eyes of Cox, 47, who was sitting ringside. “I like people expect from us,” says Arquette, 40. “But it really is time to move on.”

The couple married in 1999, which formally separated in October 2010. “It’s been over a year,” says Arquette. “And I think to some extent, when a woman arrives at a place [where she wants to marry], it is very difficult to ever get back.”

“We love each other deeply,” he continues. “We are connected as friends for life are connected. But it’s not [romantic love] any longer. Do you feel about me, she cares about me. And I worry about it. When he went to his episode of Cougar Town, I was very nervous for her, and we met and talked about it. We are in favor of others. But when love dies, it changes the dynamics of a relationship. ”

Arquette quickly gained a reputation outside of the dance floor for their sweetness, silliness and honesty, especially about his recent fight against alcoholism and depression. Himself on January 1 rehab and says that dancing has been a blessing for its 10 months of sobriety, put it in the form and keep it focused. “What we had to overcome was my general clumsiness, because I’m not the smartest people,” he says. “But I’m learning grace through this process. I’m learning I’m learning control and balance. These are all issues in my life.”

What is the best thing that took away from the experience? On Monday night, after making your cha cha “, they called me a dancer,” he says proudly, referring to comments made by the head judge Len Goodman. “So at least I can go home with heads held high.”

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