Well, that's a depressing start to the morning.
Even though the girls from SATC are all busy with other projects and/or feuds, we’ve always hoped that they’d band together again and redeem the sins of Sex and the City 2. At this point, we’ve basically accepted that a third film just isn’t going to happen and Sarah Jessica Parker’s latest comments aren’t giving us much hope either.
A fellow diehard fan of the show commented on one of SJP’s Instagram posts according to Us Weekly, writing, ‘you are still my hero. please replace or write her out kim/samantha if she is not interested and bring back sex and the city movie #3. the fans need this.’
It’s normally a nice surprise when a celeb responds to an Instagram comment, however Sarah’s answer just really bummed us out. She wrote, ‘not sure if I can imagine doing another one without her. X’
She also added a purple heart emoji at the end of it. IMO she should have posted a ghost emoji instead, because the comment killed thousands of fans’ hopes and dreams.
Our new favourite Instagram account @commentsbycelebs managed to screenshot the moment, saving you the hassle of scrolling all the way through SJP’s feed to find the devastating response.
If you’re not up to date with the current Sex and the City drama, basically Kim Cattrall said she didn’t want to do a third film and also called out SJP in a Piers Morgan interview saying ‘she could have been nicer’. She also went to add that she had ‘never been friends’ with her SATC co-stars, but she was more than happy to step aside and even suggested potential actresses to take her place as Samantha.
She named a super diverse line-up of actresses on Twitter, saying, ‘I am partial to @TheEllenShow but @Oprah was always my 1st . But then there are the goddess’s @TiffanyHaddish or @SofiaVergara So many fabulous actresses to choose from that will make Samantha their own!’
We’re here for any of those women to step up to the plate.
Totally love SATC, but they could really do with more diversity on the show if they really do come back. (That said, maybe leave Abu Dhabi out of it this time round.)