A defiant Kathy Griffin, speaking with David Letterman Wednesday night, refused to make amends for her often vulgar behavior on CNN's New Year's Eve special alongside Anderson Cooper, when she repeatedly simulated oral sex on the globe-trotting journalist.
"If you think this is the part where I'm going to apologize for trying to go down on Anderson Cooper, you are sorely mistaken," Griffin told Letterman. "I tried, ladies and gays, I tried for you."
Letterman asked Griffin, "Let’s say a man on television did that to you: What would your reaction be?"
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When the sequel to the Sex and the City movie shoots next year for May, 2010 release, Sarah Jessica Parker says there’s one thing you probably won’t see: kids.
“It doesn’t seem as if that’s going to be a choice she’ll make,” Sarah said of her character, the newlywed Carrie Bradshaw. “That doesn’t mean that won’t be part of the story. We just haven’t figured it out. It feels a little bit manipulative to toss that into the mix, because she seems so pointed in a different direction.”
So what will the movie be about? Sarah doesn’t know. Honestly.
“We’ve had very general conversations about the idea,” said Parker. “That’s the big hurdle: the idea. The studio is very enthusiastic, which is lovely and seductive.”