Coco Arquette music video

Courteney Cox's daughter Coco Arquette looks grown-up in new music video

Sharnaz Shahid

With both her parents in the Hollywood industry, it's no surprise that Coco Arquette is following their footsteps. The 12-year-old daughter of Courteney Cox and David Arquette has landed a new in the music video for American indie pop artist MONOGEM's song Wild. The Friends star proudly took to her Twitter page to share the video, and wrote: "Check this out! Great song, great video and that's my daughter!"

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The footage sees the youngster joining Matthew RC Taylor, with the pair playing two best friends who enjoy a fun and wild night out. Speaking about the video, MONOGEM explained that she wanted to inspire the younger generation by living life to the fullest. "The video is a dreamy and colourful story about two best friends," she said. "I thought it would be interesting to create a visual showing two young teenagers getting wild in their own unique way. Amidst the kids' smokey, neon reality, the boy is cross dressing for the first time in a safe and comfortable environment without any judgement. That is a beautiful thing. With all of the craziness going on in the world today, I felt compelled to deliver this message and lyric to our very important younger generation: Life’s too short to not live wild."

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Coco Arquette has landed a role in the new music video for indie pop artist MONOGEM

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This is not the first time Coco has appeared in a music video. The child star appeared in the music video for Irish singer Foy Vance's song appropriately titled Coco. The song itself was inspired by Courteney's daughter, who met the musician through her mother's boyfriend Johnny McDaid. "Johnny brought Foy into my life a few years ago, and, immediately, he became a very close friend. He also got to know my daughter, Coco, and a song was born," Courteney told People magazine. She added: "From the first time Foy played Coco for me - and every time I've heard it since - I've felt he captured, not only Coco's unique personality but also the beautiful childhood innocence that sadly, but inevitably, fades with time."

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