Candace Bushnell’s former manager Clifford Streit is shopping around a book about the early days of “Sex and the City” that’s supposedly chock full of tell-all. Candace’s columns were the basis for the early “Sex and the City” episodes and Carrie Bradshaw is totally based on her. The book is called “Unbecoming Stanford” because Carrie’s gay friend Stanford Blatch was based on him. Why anyone would want gossip from the early days of “Sex and the City”, I don’t know. Wasn’t that like 1982? Streit’s book proposal details a real-life affair between two of the actorss that would piss people off. Hmm. Carrie and Big for reals? Early days of “Sex and the City”? Did Cynthia Nixon really do it with Skippy before she came out? The book also talks about how Kim Cattrall was a “natural scene-stealer” which may have led to the initial tension between her and Sarah Jessica-Parker. Does this sound REALLY boring to anyone else? Here’s pictures of Sarah Jessica looking creamy.
More photos of Sarah Jessica Parker arriving at the special screening of ‘Today’s Man’ at Tribeca Grand in New York City are after the jump.
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