All those smoldering looks and wind blowing in their hair. SWOON.
We just can't.
Ch-ch-check out the music video for it…AFTER THE JUMP!
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!
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:
Seems like she's digging herself into a deeper hole here…but at least she acknowledges the harm in using the word "choice" with regards to her sexuality.
To recap - back in 2004, Cynthia Nixon came out as a lesbian and introduced the world to her partner Christine Marinoni.
Then earlier this week, she revealed that being gay was a "choice" for her, and we weren't thrilled with her choice of words.
Now, Cynthia has opened up further about her controversial comment. Here's what she had to say about it:
One minute she's saying that she chose to be gay, the next she's revealing that she's shaved her head bald for an upcoming role!
Cynthia Nixon is nothing if not surprising!
Check out that bald head, you guys!
That takes guts, especially when you're known for your head of red hair! She did it for her role in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of Wit where she plays cancer stricken poetry professor Vivian Bearing.
Here's what she had to say about it:
Back in 2004, Cynthia Nixon bravely came out as a lesbian and introduced the world to her partner Christine Marinoni.
In a new interview, though, Cynthia reveals that being gay was a "choice" for her.
Hmm, not sure we're satisfied with those choice of words.
The actress said:
Despite heavy talk of a Sex and the City prequel film, the franchise's head writer and director, Michael Patrick King, told journalists last week:
My Carrie Bradshaw started at 33 and I took her to 40. For me the idea of going backward and making her less evolved…is something I don't even imagine doing. I am sure Candace Bushnell did a great job on them (the books) but I have no connection to a prequel.
But according to some inside sources,