Sarah Jessica Parker Doesn't Exactly Endorse Cynthia Nixon For Governor

Sarah Jessica Parker Doesn't Exactly Endorse Cynthia Nixon For Governor

After Cynthia Nixon, better known as Miranda Hobbes, announced her candidacy for NY governor last week, previous NY mayoral candidate Christine Quinn-perhaps still pissed that Nixon endorsed Bill de Blasio over her in the 2013 Democratic Primary-called Nixon an "unqualified lesbian".

"Cynthia has been my friend and colleague since we were little girls. I look forward to talking to her about her New York state gubernatorial bid", the actress said in a short statement to the New York Post on Wednesday. In fact, the ongoing feud about a potential third movie, Nixon's run for governor is going rather smoothly with her former castmates. Quinn had an issue with Nixon endorsed Bill de Blasio instead of her in Quinn's mayoral campaign.

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

Still, we doubt Nixon is bothered by Parker's lack of endorsement, as she already stated that she's received "love, support and excitement" from her SATC peers regarding her political debut.

If Parker also alienates Nixon, it could be catastrophic for any possible future films.

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Kristin Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kim Cattrall in "Sex and the City", 1998.

She added, "We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us".

SJP on Thursday posted a photo of Nixon to Instagram with a caption offering her full-throated support.

Such public disagreements could also hurt the premise of the show, which sees four high-powered Manhattan career women standing by each other no matter what. "And I just want to say tonight, that she was technically right".

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