David Arquette is moving on from his recent separation from Courtney Cox by announcing his plans to host a celebrity game show.
Based on a Japanese format, the television show will ask celebrity panellists to rank one another on different given topics.
They will rank themselves and each other as ‘most likely to’ through to ‘least likely to’ on topics such as ‘most likely to inform the paparazz’i or ‘make a sex tape.’
Guests will also sit in ‘themed’ panels, such as former sitcom co-stars or family members.
Executive producer Roy Bank told Variety: “This show is all about celebrities hanging out for a bit and taking their guard down. David’s whole persona is that. His honesty has bled through and it’s come back to haunt him a few times.”
David has certainly become renowned for his ‘honesty’ – many listeners cringed when he told US radio host Howard Stern about his extra-marital fling with a waitress earlier this year.
He said live on air: “I did have sex with her one time, maybe twice… My sexual encounter made me feel manly.”
The actor also confessed that he and Courtney had not had sex “for months.”
The couple, who have been married for 11 years and have one daughter, announced their separation in October.
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