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SJP Took An Online Quiz To Figure Out Which SATC Character She Was


by Jennifer McShane
30th Oct 2015
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We have to hand it to Sarah Jessica Parker. For a celebrity who has truly achieved such an iconic status thanks to her formidable acting talents, her latest revelation hones in on the fact that she is exceedingly relatable, despite living the life of the rich and famous.

In a recent interview with Buzzfeed, Parker discussed doing something that we’ve all done while wide-awake at 5 am: she took an online personality quiz. You see, humble Internet fun isn’t beneath this star (SJP, you are a woman after our hearts).

And this wasn’t just any quiz, far from it. Appropriately, SJP partook in a ?Which Sex And The City Character Are You?? quiz to see how she’d fair. She then said she wasn’t too surprised to find out that she didn’t get her couture-obsessed alter ego Carrie (the word around the cyberspace campfire is that she got Charlotte though Parker remained coy about this). However, she said if she had to pick, she would ultimately choose her famous alter-ego.

Bradshaw’s character was, she said, the most ?like her.? “I think in many ways I’m like Carrie because I would much prefer to be interviewing you, for instance,” she told the reporter in question. “I’m very curious about other people, and that’s why I like the subway. Because I can just watch people.”

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Still, she said there was plenty different between the pair: “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.” She was also quick to point out that she would never, as Bradshaw admitted doing in an early series of SATC, ?choose Vogue over dinner.?

Parker as Carrie in SATC.
Parker as Carrie in SATC.

? [There’s] No way I would ever do that,? Parker said.

We also highly doubt that Parker has ever been shown the door via a post-it as Bradshaw was in one of the shows crueler moments.

Parker also discussed another milestone in her life, turning 50. ?I continue to feel like me,? she simply said.

Now there’s a t-shirt slogan-worthy phrase if we ever heard one. SJP is a definite poster woman for one of the most likeable public figures ever.

Incidentally, have you ever taken an SATC Quiz? Who would your character of choice be?

Via Buzzfeed