Courteney Cox, Josh Hopkins To Go Nude In 'Cougar Town'
Cougar Town, the sitcom starring former Friends star Courteney Cox, will soon air its fourth season and promises more cleavage — and a topless Cox.
The stars of the cast, alongside executive producer Bill Lawrence, discussed the upcoming season at the Television Critics Association Winter Tour 2013, in Pasadena, Calif. on Friday morning.
“You will not see one scene that I don’t show my boobs,” Cox, 48, teased to reporters, according to Access Hollywood. “You know what? I’m getting older, so I’ve decided at this point I’m taking less focus on the face, and focusing here,” she said, pointing at her chest. “By the time I’m much older, I will just be absolutely nude. I think it’s gonna work for me, I hope.”
Cox won’t be the only member of the cast baring some skin in the new season. Josh Hopkins, 42, who plays her husband Grayson in the show, will also be shedding his clothes.
“One day, in trying to keep our marriage alive, we have an event,” Cox told reporters. “We have ‘Naked Day,’ you know, where you spend the whole day naked? But there happens to be only one spot in the house that I can stand in where the light comes from all angles. You step out of it? Disgusting. That was one of our things that we did.”
Cougar Town's fourth season will kick off on Jan. 8 on TBS. Check out Courteney Cox on set in a wetsuit with costar Christa Miller (Ellie, on the show) below.
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