Sarah Jessica Parker Says She's "Heartbroken" Over Kim Cattrall’s Non-Stop Shade

Can't we all just get along?! *Runs off weeping*

Because all good things come to an end/are cruelly and unusually taken from us, Sex and the City finally appears to be over. And honestly, we didn't necessarily *want* another movie anyway—but it would have been nice to have that option. Regardless, recent drama between Kim Cattrall and her cast members is making that pretty impossible. (Reminder: Cattrall said she was never friends with any of them.)

When asked about how she felt about the actress' musings during Watch What Happens Live, Sarah Jessica Parker didn't mince words:

"Just heartbroken," she told Andy Cohen. "I mean that whole week, you and I spoke about it endlessly, because I was just, I don’t know, I found it very upsetting because that’s not the way I recall our experience. It’s sad, but I always think that what ties us together is this singular experience. It was a professional experience but it became personal because it was years and years of our lives, so I hope that that sort of eclipses anything that’s been recently spoken. That many years spent doing something so special that people had a connection with it is such a privilege."

Andy Cohen also went ahead and asked if they'd kill Samantha off in the event of another film (umm...WHAT?) to which SJP replied: "I think once everybody has thoroughly experienced the grieving process then Michael Patrick [King] can go back and sort of ponder what he might want to do and how he might want to proceed. That’s the most clear answer I’ve given yet!"

In other news, she also seemed down with Sharon Stone replacing Cattrall, which IDK, sure, fine, but also maybe we can just lay this franchise to bed.


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Mehera Bonner
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Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.