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Sarah Jessica Parker changes Sex And The City forever with bombshell Carrie theory

By newadmin / Published on Wednesday, 23 Oct 2019 13:26 PM / Comments Off on Sarah Jessica Parker changes Sex And The City forever with bombshell Carrie theory / 13 views


Sarah Jessica Parker could have just changed the way we look at Sex And The City forever.

The actress, who starred as journalist Carrie Bradshaw in the hit show, dropped a bombshell theory that will make fans reconsider everything they know about it.

The HBO hit, which ran for six seasons and two movies, followed New Yorker Carrie as she negotiated life, work and dating in the city with her best friends Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte (Kirstin Davis) and Samantha (Kim Cattrall).

Fans watched as Carrie gossiped with her friends, they attended fancy parties, and the ladies supported each other through tough times.

Sarah’s theory will change the way fans look at the show

Sarah as Carrie

They also seemed to be recurring characters in her weekly newspaper column, with her voiceover on the show detailing what she was writing about every time.

But now, Sarah, 54, has suggested that Carrie’s friends may have never even existed.

She told News.com.au : “Think about it: did Carrie make them up?

“She’s telling a story every week. This is her point of view, it’s almost always her point of view.”

The final season of the show saw Carrie move to Paris to embark on a relationship with artist Aleksandr Petrovsky, leaving her laptop back in New York.

Were Carrie’s friends real?

The show was always from her point of view

Sarah, who is married to actor Matthew Broderick, pointed out that this was the first time in the show that her character wasn’t telling the story, proving that the laptop was “the conduit” for her friends to exist.

She said: “Think about it for a second, right?”

This isn’t the first time Sarah has said something that could change fans’ view of the show.

In 2016, she said on CBS Sunday Morning that she thought Carrie was “immature”.

She said Carrie felt “it had to be love, love, love, love all the time” and that she thought that was “childish”.

Sarah thinks Carrie may have invented her friends for her column

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And in 2015, she told E! News that she’s very different to her character in real life.

She said: “I think there’s not a lot about Carrie that is actually similar to my life. Our choices have been so radically different.

“There are certain kinds of pillars that fundamentally are different. I like clothing, but I don’t have anywhere near a fevered relationship that she does.”

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