Reach your audience any way you can, and if that means having David Arquette talk about boobies for the Keep A Breast Foundation, well, let's listen up!
Breast cancer prevention is imperative, and that means that more people should be encouraged to check themselves and their partners — any way you can! A large percentage of breast cancer is actually found by a spouse or loved one, so never count them out! It might even be fun!
KAB seeks to increase breast cancer awareness among young people through art events, educational programs and fundraising efforts, so they are better equipped to make choices and develop habits that will benefit their long-term health and well-being. For more fab info, make sure you CLICK HERE!!
Los Angeles loves the Lakers! But perhaps nobody in this city loves being seen sitting courtside the team more than the celebs that attend games week after week!
Every game is an opportunity for guaranteed star spotting and Sunday night was no different. Rihanna, Maria Shriver and David Arquette all were in attendance to watch their team take down the Memphis Grizzlies 90 - 82.
Paparazzi caught up with all of them on their way out of the Staples Center, but only one was willing to stop and take pictures with fans. Can U guess who it was?
David Arquette talked to Oprah about his struggles with addiction over the years, and how he started drinking and doing drugs at a very young age.
“When I had my first drink of beer, I must have been 4-years-old. I was down in the basement with my dad and beer was there and I just grabbed it and drank it. And I remember that. It's one of my earliest memories. I seriously started drinking probably when I was about 12. I stole pot from my father when I was eight years old.”
David also shared the story of his estranged wife Courtney Cox organizing an intervention for him. He woke up from a nap after drinking too much to find Courtney and his sister sitting next to him.
“What are you two doing here together? Courteney's like, ‘Do you mind coming out to the living room for a minute?’ I said, ‘Sure, let me get dressed.’ I put on this white outfit and came out. My best friend was there, my business partner and some guy I don't know, and I go, ‘What up, turkeys? I guess this is my intervention.’”
Being open about your problems is an important part of the life-long journey towards recovery. We’re glad he’s sharing!