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The actress who plays Miranda Hobbes in 'Sex and the City' dons a pale-green long dress, while her same-sex partner suits up.
Marrying Christine Marinoni, the actress who plays Miranda Hobbes in 'Sex and the City' walks down the aisle in a Carolina Herrera custom-made dress.
In her attempt to clarify the statement she made in the New York Times Magazine interview, the 'Sex and the City' star calls herself bisexual and adds, 'bisexuality is not a choice, it is a fact.'
Among those expressing their disapproval to the 'Sex and the City' actress' choice of words are gay activist John Aravosis, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and celebrity chef Cat Cora.
Christine Marinoni, who has been engaged to the 'Sex and the City' star, gave birth to a baby boy on Monday, February 7.
Set a recurring actress, the 'Sex and the City' star is to appear in four episodes as a face from the past.
Learning that a bill to legalize same-sex marriage in New York was rejected, the actress is not gonna wait forever for the city and will marry her lesbian lover Christine Marinon in somewhere else.
There was reportedly a call sheet being circulated among the cast to avert spoilers' attention to a church scene in Oahu, Hawaii.
The Queen Mirror of 'The Brothers Grimm' has given birth to her second daughter on Friday evening, May 21 in Rome, Italy and names her Leonie.
The special screening was attended by A-list stars who wore their best outfit when hitting Radio City Music Hall in NYC on Monday, May 24.
The pop star who had miscarriage in 2008 told a reporter that she's longing to have a baby with boyfriend Sam Cooper.
Among the four women in the drama, Parker's Carrie Bradshaw surprisingly is placed fourth in the poll to vote the sexiest.
'It is dead- not happening,' Bradley Fuller tweeted when a fan asked about the progress of 'Friday the 13th Part 2'.
Liza Minnelli does the cover version for the song by Beyonce Knowles, joined by Sarah Jessica Parker and her co-stars who sing 'I Am Woman' from Helen Reddy.
'I would do that pole dance a thousand times again,' the 'Hannah Montana' star says when defending her controversial performance.