'She breaks all the rules; she's unconventional,' Sarah Jessica Parker says, seeing the similarities.
LAS VEGAS — With "Sex and the City 2" coming to theaters May 27, fictional fashionista Carrie Bradshaw is ready to once again rule the box-office. Meanwhile, Lady Gaga continues ruling the music charts, similarly inspiring gawkers and grins with her always unpredictable looks. Recently, when we caught up with the "SATC" girls, we had to ask: Is Gaga the real-life Carrie Bradshaw? "She breaks all the rules; she's unconventional," Sarah Jessica Parker said of the comparison, seeing the similarities. "Well, that's extremely flattering." Sarah Jessica is always ahead," added Kristin Davis, insisting that the 10-time Emmy-nominated actress (and two-time winner) is a lot like the chameleonesque pop star. "We love Lady Gaga!" "I have met Lady Gaga," revealed Cynthia Nixon, who plays Miranda Hobbes in the TV/film franchise. "And she is a big fan of our show." "I didn't know that!" responded an enthusiastic Parker. "I want to say one thing about Lady Gaga, which is, a year and a half ago, I was in an editing room working on a project and had already downloaded as much music of hers as I could onto my iPod. And she was not in the mainstream yet, and people [made dismissive comments when I'd play it], but I loved her." Nowadays, everybody claims to have been Gaga fans since she was just starting out — but Parker insisted she's always been a supporter. "The thing that I loved best about her recently was when she sat down at the piano at the Grammys and sang, and just played the piano," SJP marveled. "And you could hear how lyrical her voice is. I really hope she does an album just of singing with the piano." In case you haven't figured it out yet, Parker, Davis and Nixon (fourth musketeer Kim Cattrall wasn't able to make our interview) are as close in real life as their characters onscreen. And when we brought up the Carrie/Gaga comparison, we had no idea we would unleash such a torrent of super-fan gushing. "She's so musically gifted," Parker said. "It's not just the fact that she's an incredible performer and is shocking. She's got a beautiful ear." "Absolutely!" Davis agreed. "Also, 'Bad Romance' is a really good song to work out to!" "My son sang 'Bad Romance' for a singing contest," Parker said of her 7-year-old with husband Matthew Broderick. "James Wilkie sang 'Bad Romance' for a singing contest." "We need to see!" Davis said. "I tried [to tape it], but the sound didn't work," Parker sighed. "We could loop it," Davis said. "Yeah, we could dub Lady Gaga doing it the whole time," Nixon added. SOURCE: Mtv News