Still, the timing seemed almost too perfect for the faux pair that we couldn't help but wish it into reality. Hours after the news broke of the pair's split, the actress stepped out without her diamond sparkler, confirming for any onlookers that the wedding would never happen.However, just because these rumors are put to rest doesn't mean our daydreams have to end, too. Breaking our little hearts, it’s turned out the image taken of them sharing that cosy little lunch was taken 10 YEARS ago, so not recently, and therefore isn’t evidence the pair are hooking up.(We can but hope.) But there are a lot of people hoping that maybe, just maybe this could happen. Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry are rumored to be dating.
Reveries of a Chandler/Monica real-life romance clouded nearly everyone's mind after reports sprung up on Thursday alleging the two were "hooking up." However, E! Cox had been engaged to Snow Patrol musician Johnny Mc Daid for a year after six months of dating, but E! Still, the false report didn't stop fans of the show from totally losing it on social media.A few days back the media and social media was heavily abuzz with the news of the reel life couple of popular sitcom ''Friends'' Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry dating.However since there is no official confirmation from the actors, it is possible that they are just good friends.It all started after a fan of Friends tweeted a side-by-side paparazzi photo of Courteney and Matthew having lunch next to a still of their characters, Monica and Chandler, from an episode of the show, writing, "Matthew looks at Courteney the same way Chandler looks at Monica and I don't know what to do with myself." ''We're sure that Matthew and Courteney love and respect each other very much in real life, but the "recent candid photo" that's been making the rounds of the two stars is actually from March 2005.You can see in the snap that Courteney is wearing a ring on her left hand, because she was still married to her ex-husband, David Arquette, at the time.'' This is one aspect which the fans seemed to have missed and all the tabloids and gossip columns churned more stories.) is a dual national Canadian-American actor, best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the long-running NBC television sitcom Friends, as well as his portrayal of Ron Clark in the 2006 television movie The Ron Clark Story.