Sarah Jessica Parker's conspiracy theory about Sex and the City is absolutely wild
Sarah Jessica Parker's wild conspiracy theory about Sex and the City has blown our minds.
The actress played Carrie Bradshaw for all six seasons of Sex and the City, as well as the two feature films.
And while we have definitely become used to hearing some pretty crazy theories about our favourite TV shows, it isn't too often that these theories come from the actors themselves.
SJP told News.com.au how sometimes, she wonders if Carrie's best pals - Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte - were even real.
"Sometimes I’m like, we don’t even know if Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte were real.
"Sometimes I’m like, hmmm, just to mess with myself. Think about it: did Carrie make them up? She's telling the story every week.
"This is her point of view, it's almost always her point of view."
Adding even more fuel to her theory, the actress continued:
"When Carrie went to Paris and left her computer, for the first time Carrie wasn’t telling the story. In the entire run of the series, if you think about it for a second, right?"
“She left her computer which was the conduit (through) which the audiences knows about Charlotte, Miranda … Samantha."
And while she admitted that she wasn't sure if Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda were real, the friendship between them was essential to the series.
"These friendships, real or not real, as described were beyond a source of joy and a connection and a way of relating, they were a necessity."