Days after the world saw the name-dropping Instagram post of Kim Cattrall lashing out against Sarah Jessica Parker, Andy Cohen is taking the latter's side.
The drama from Sex and the City is far from over, to say the least, even as the show had long seen the light of the day. So basically, the alleged feud that had been echoing since the production for the HBO show had been publicized for so long. People started to weigh in on things, especially on the recent bombs dropped by Cattrall, who played sexually active PR agent Samantha Jones in the film and series.
Fans would clearly remember the shocking statement of Cattrall, slamming Parker for allegedly leveraging on the former brother's death. The 61-year-old actress accused the Divorce star of using the devastating event to be faux friendly with her.
"You are not my family. You are not my friend. So I'm writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your 'nice girl' persona," Cattrall wrote.
Cattrall's brother died on Feb. 4, and as any person would do, some of her Sex and the City family expressed their grief. Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Hobbes, shared her condolences through the comment section. Parker, or Carrie Bradshaw in the romance comedy series, also did the same.
Moments later, Cattrall again took to Instagram to thank those who have shared their grief. She also mentioned the "SATC family." Days after, she had lambasted Parker in a raucous way.
The outright name-dropping had caused a lot of controversy, and the recent to give thoughts on this is Cohen. In his radio show, he revealed that he initially did not know if the ones he heard on the grapevine were true.
However, upon confirming that Cattrall actually did this, Cohen hinted that he is on Parker's side. The 49-year-old talk show host argued that the well-wishes do not equate to taking advantage of the sad event.
"I also don't like it that people are characterizing this as a fat catfight. There's only one person fighting here," Cohen explained.
Sex And The City 3
However, fans of the stars of Sex and the City should not be surprised with this. For so long, the idea for a third installment for the iconic film was casually thrown up in the air.
In October, Parker threw the claims and rumors about this outside the window. Several reports then chimed in, citing that Cattrall's outrageous and over-the-top demands had caused the project to be put into shelf. Unsurprisingly, the accused denied this.