Now that Courteney Cox has joined the brigade of Hollywood singletons, CougarLife.com, a dating website for older women looking for love with younger men, has presented the likely soon-to-be former Mrs. David Arquette with a one-year, $1 million contract to become their new spokesmodel.
Here are the deets: Per her contract, all the Cougar Town star, 46, would have to do is make 30 public appearances for the company, record a dozen radio ads voiceovers, and appear in four TV ads. According to the contract obtained by TMZ.com on Wednesday, Court’s seven-figure salary would paid in quarterly installments of $250,000. However, Cox “engages in illegal, immoral, or criminal conduct resulting in a felony conviction or otherwise conducts herself in a manner that brings herself into disrepute,” CougarLife.com has the right to terminate the contract.
So far, no response from Courteney.
On Tuesday, Cox’s estranged hubby David had a candid chat with radio personality Howard Stern about the issues leading up to his four-month split from his spouse of 11 years. David says he believes his wife was having an “emotional affair” with her Cougar Town co-star Brian Van Holt, 40, but did not know whether or not the relationship was physical.
This week, the famous couple, who met on the set of Scream in 1995m released a joint statement announcing their trial separation after the breakup was reported by news outlets all over the country.