He met Anna Faris on the 2007 set of Take Me Home Tonight; they married two years later in Bali. "I'm upset about it". I don't know what happened there, [Chris] is still living in the house. I don't know what happened there, (Chris) is still living in the house.
"Let's pray it turns around, ' she said". But that doesn't discount the lovely years they had together'.
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" star and his actress wife - who have four-year-old son Jack together - announced earlier this week they would be legally separating after eight years of marriage, and close pal Patti Stanger has now said she's "praying" the pair will change their minds as they're still living under the same roof.
She told ET: 'I was actually on my Instagram reading, I was watching someone, and [Anna's post] just popped up.
She continued, "You should say, 'Oh, they tried".
"If (Pratt) is still in the house, there's hope". "If the person doesn't leave the house, there's a lot of hope there". She feels that people need to remember that there was love there at one point and even if things are ending, that does not negate the love that people had for each other in the past. Because they're not poor... they could go get a condo, Airbnb it.
The insider added to Us Weekly magazine: "When they're in a big group, they each want to be the one telling the funniest joke".
After getting laughs and good responses throughout the panel - including to her famed impression of friend Penny Marshall - O'Donnell expressed her gratitude, saying she hadn't been onstage for awhile and quipped that Trump has rallies for similar reasons of validation. With the rise of Pratt, Anna Faris started to see a downfall with fewer movies and complete disappearance from the mainstream media.
"My mom died when I was 10", said O'Donnell, "so to see what would have been my mother's life in Frankie's mother was kind of a handsome and healing thing for me".
When the couple got married, Anna Faris was a star with big-budget movies while Pratt was a struggling actor with cameo roles.
She explained, "We go to couple's therapy". I should only be so lucky that Chuck Lorre makes me a show. She plays single mom Bridgette, who's trying to figure out her life, while crowded by an "unconventional" mom with a penchant for loud opinionating. You have to talk to her on Facetime.' I was like, 'Get that woman on Facetime.
"I've been to their house", she stated. "So, I'm not fixin" them up.