Johnny McDaid just made a big declaration about his commitment to Courteney Cox!
On Wednesday, Courteney's fiancé took to Instagram to show off some fresh ink in honor of his lady love. The typically private singer proudly displayed Court's initials on his inner wrist while the actress sweetly cozied up to him in the background.
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While this is a cute gesture on Johnny's part, we wonder why he decided to take the leap now… considering the couple JUST broke up in December of 2015.
As we previously reported, the pair were on the rocks after getting engaged in 2014. Apparently the duo fought over whether they should live in Cox's home of El Lay or McDaid's native home Ireland.
Now that the wedding is back on after some compromising, we guess the musician felt comfortable enough to get the ink. We just hope it lasts this time — otherwise J.M. will have to turn those Cs into full circles!
P.S. When are we going to see these two walk down the aisle? We're ready!
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Courteney Cox's time on Running Wild With Bear Grylls was not only a physical journey, but an emotional one too.
On Monday, the Friends alum joined the wilderness expert for an expedition on his NBC hit. Fierce!
In addition to flaunting her wildlife skills, the industry vet opened up to the 42-year-old about chasing fame, love, and youthfulness. Hmm, go on!
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On her long time in the limelight, the A-lister dished:
We may never be getting that One Direction reunion, but apparently Harry Styles solo music will be well worth the sacrifice!
The former boy bander is definitely enjoying his free time outside 1D, taking on big acting roles and registering solo tracks.
And according to Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, the British singer's upcoming solo music will "blow the socks off the world."
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Describing Harry as "a really prolific artist and a super-talented guy," the musician explained to PA:
On Tuesday, Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid proved that not only are they back on as a couple, but that they are still totally in love with each other. Aww!
In fact, the twosome were all smiles as the walked the red carpet at the BMI Pop Awards. LOVES it!
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When asked if their reconciliation was official, the Snow Patrol musician shared:
Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are 100% back together!
On Thursday afternoon, the on-and-off again pair were spotted macking on each other in London's Heathrow airport. The sighting comes just a few weeks after the adorable couple spent Easter together in El Lay.
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In the cute pics, Cox is seen greeting Johnny and celebrating his arrival with some sweet kisses. Not to mention the smiles on their faces says all we need to know about their relationship status!
One can only guess Court is sticking to her get my man back plan which includes spending more time abroad. For those who don't know, location was a big point of contention between the two and it subsequently led to the end of their engagement.
We're just glad to see Ms. Cox venturing out of Hollywood in an effort to make it work!
While we're not sure if the engagement is officially back on, it's clear these two are on the right path. We bet it's only a matter of time before we get even more good news about the pair!
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This actually isn't brand new information.
Matthew Perry has been the most vocal of the Friends cast as of late despite being the one refusing to partake in any reunions, and now he's back to dash our dreams some more.
But things aren't as bleak as they seem, because according to the 46-year-old comedic actor, there's actually a 45 percent chance of the NBC sitcom getting some kind of revival!
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Matt sat down for a segment on UK's Magic Radio set to broadcast Saturday where he finally revealed the identity of the real holdout, saying: