Sarah Jessica Parker has thoughts on Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial bid


"Sex and the City" actress Sarah Jessica Parker gave the most noncommittal reaction Wednesday to former costar Cynthia Nixon running for NY governor.

The New York gubernatorial election may still be months away, but Cynthia Nixon has already locked down three votes - those of her Sex and the City castmates. Many of Nixon's "SATC" co-stars - like Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte on the show - were quick to throw support in Miranda's direction. Earlier this week, she told Page Six that though she and Nixon have been friends since they were "little girls", she was looking forward "to talking to her about her New York State gubernatorial bid".

Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaw alongside Nixon as Miranda Hobbs, has yet to make a public endorsement of her friend and colleague.

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Hardin added: "I can tell you that Michael had nothing to do with anything that happened with this lady they're alleging". That didn't stop the football star, who allegedly shoved his way past stadium workers to get on the field.

"This is a decision that has been a longtime coming", she said of her decision to challenge Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the state's Democratic primary in September.

Taking to Instagram, Parker wrote that Nixon was a "mother", "activist", "advocate", "fighter", "NYER", and "a dear friend".

Actress and city resident Sarah Jessica Parker on Thursday morning threw her support for governor to her "Sex and the City" castmate Cynthia Nixon. "I'm so proud of her and I know she will work tirelessly to create change for all who need representation". Cattrall, who has been at odds with Parker for years, offered her "support and respect" via Twitter to Nixon following the announcement of her candidacy. But using her celebrity and Hollywood connections may backfire after we elected the inexperienced celebrity Donald Trump as President. "On health care, ending massive incarceration, fixing our broken subway".