Courteney Cox Arquette has requested to drop "Arquette" from her last name once her divorce is finalized.
The "Cougar Town" star, who announced her split from David Arquette in October 2010, isn't the only celeb to return to her maiden name post-split. Click through the slideshow below for six other celebs who did the same, then weigh in: Would you ditch your former spouse's last name -- or would you keep it?
When Jennifer Aniston married Brad Pitt in 2000, she changed her legal name to Jennifer Pitt, even though she continued to use her maiden name professionally. When the two famously split in 2005, she restored her original moniker.
Formerly Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, the actress and model used her ex-husband John Stamos’ last name throughout their 7-year marriage. She dropped his name when they divorced in 2005 and has not adopted her current husband Jerry O’Connell’s last name.
Four years after her divorce from Bon Jovi rocker Richie Sambora, the actress (formerly Heather Deen Sambora) had her <a href="http://www.accesshollywood.com/sayonara-sambora-locklear-requests-name-change_article_37433" target="_hplink">maiden name restored</a> in September 2010.
Three months into her marriage to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, the TV personality and former playmate became known as Pamela Lee. She filed for divorce twice and reconciled twice before ending things for good and dropping his surname in 1998.
The late actress was formerly known as Farrah Fawcet-Majors during her marriage to Lee Majors throughout the 1970s, which upped the starlet’s popularity at the time. She dropped his name upon the couple’s 1979 separation; they were divorced in 1982.
Longoria—formerly Longoria-Parker—requested a name change when she <a href="http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2010/11/eva-longoria-files-divorce" target="_hplink">filed for divorce</a> from NBA star Tony Parker nearly three weeks ago. The divorce was triggered by numerous “sexts” Parker sent to a former teammate’s wife.