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Courteney Cox Confesses She Lost Her Virginity At 21

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Feb. 14 2019, Updated 3:22 p.m. ET

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Courteney Cox didn't grow up with the "birds and the bees" talk from her mom! The actress discussed the details of how she lost her virginity during her appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Scroll through to watch the video.

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"My mom didn’t talk to me about one thing that I should have known,” Courteney, 54, told host James Corden on his show Wednesday, February 13.

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The Friends star revealed when her mom realized the time had past.  "I remember, I dated the guy for a long time, and my mom was like, ‘OK, I think she’s gonna be with him for a while.’"

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She continued, "She sent me a pair of underwear to try to, you know, to womanhood. And they were called Olga, and I swear the lace was about three and a half to four inches and then the cotton part. But they were so much better than the ones I was wearing, so I was really backwards when it came to that.”

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The actress, who is dating singer  Johnny McDaid, said she wore them on the big night! "They were pretty snazzy, I mean, not in this day in age."

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"I shouldn’t probably say this, but I will. I was a virgin until I was 21. I think I can be proud of that,” she confessed.

Watch the clip to see everything Courteney had to say.

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