WATCH | Courteney Cox dishes on the Friends reunion and her new roommate Ellen DeGeneres

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  • Ellen DeGeneres has moved into Courteney Cox's home.
  • The talk show host confirmed she isn't having "martial problems"; she sold her Beverly Hills home.
  • The Cougar Town star later went on to speak about the Friends reunion, which just wrapped filming.

Ellen DeGeneres told viewers on Thursday she's moved in with Courteney Cox, but not to worry, she's not having any "marital issues".

"I should explain. I'm not having marital troubles. I'm not out of my house because I'm — I'm not living with Courteney Cox because I'm kicked out of my house," she joked. "We sold our house here in Beverly Hills, and I needed a place to stay. [Courteney was] kind enough to say, 'Yes, stay at my house.'"

During the Friends star's appearance on the show, she revealed though that Ellen isn't the most ideal "roommate" to have.

"Well, Ellen, let's just put it this way: first of all, you know, you're my style guru. So, I was nervous about you staying here, being that I haven't redone it. I haven't been there in a year," she said. "So, I had it cleaned, and I moved everything off the right side of the bathroom so you'd have your space in the drawers."

She went on to reveal that when her assistant arrived at her home the next day, and she asked her to show her around, Ellen had already settled in – and she may have gotten too comfortable.

"I said, 'Show me around,' and it was like, all of a sudden, 'Wait a minute. Ellen's toothbrush is on my side.' I was like, 'Well, where is my makeup?'" the Cougar Town actor continued, "So, essentially, you're a terrible roommate. You took over my side and your side."

Ellen corrected her, though, saying the real culprit was none other than Portia de Rossi. "I only have one side and she happened to be there one night," Ellen explained.   

Courteney went on to speak about the Friends reunion, which just wrapped filming. "It was unbelievable," she said. "So emotional."


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