Cynthia Nixon has already endorsed Barack Obama, but while campaigning for him in Florida last week, she assured that the rest of the Sex & The City gals would too.
Sarah Jessica Parker has made her opinion very clear, but in this case,
You guys ready for Sex and the City 3?
Well, sorry cause Cynthia Nixon says it ain't gonna happen!
When recently asked if another movie based off the HBO TV series was in the works, Miranda Hobbes told reporters:
Cynthia Nixon officially tied the knot with her partner Christine Marinoni on Sunday.
The blushing bride said "I do" wearing a custom, pale green Carolina Herrera dress while holding a beautiful bouquet of white peonies.
Christine wore a suit with a matching green tie as the two posed on a rooftop overlooking the New York skyline.
Such pretty colors - perfect for an early summer wedding!
The two have been engaged since 2009, but waited to get hitched until gay marriage was legal in New York.
Congratulations again! You're a beautiful couple.
[Image courtesy of Laurie Rhodes.]
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How beautiful! A new chapter of their life can now begin.
Three years ago, Cynthia Nixon and her GF Christine Marinoni go engaged at a rally in support of same-sex marriage being legalized in New York. Since then, the state has loudly and proudly allowed gay couples to tie the knot and on Sunday, the ladies took advantage of the new law by getting hitched.
Cynthia's rep confirmed the nuptials this morning, simply stating
Finally looks like Cynthia MAY have stopped digging herself into that hole!
To recap - last week, Cynthia Nixon revealed that being gay was a "choice" for her, and yeah…we didn't appreciate her choice of words.
Then, Cynthia opened up about her controversial comment, and in doing so she opened up a whole new can of worms by saying that nobody likes the bisexuals.
Now, Cynthia has decided to take another crack at opening up about her controversial comments. Here's what she had to say about them in a newly released statement: