Wendy Williams is known for being very vocal and a savage diva and when it comes to drama, whether she starts it or not, she’s always in the middle of it somehow. It happened this time as well when the talk show host decided to address the explosive feud between Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker that has been going on lately. But did she pick a side?
Not only did Wendy say Sarah should have been the one to handle things differently but also slammed her famous character on Sex and the City!
Williams stated that she is quite bored with the bad blood between the two former co-stars and this is how she described the situation: ‘One does not like the other and the other does not know why.’
‘It is two old ladies fighting about what? … We want to see the third movie,’ she added.
Wendy then went on to tell her audience who are her favorite as well as her less liked characters on the show.
‘I am a Charlotte and a Miranda; I have never been a Samantha, and I am definitely not a Carrie, she is dumb.’
So there you have it, folks! She didn’t pick a side as it looks like as far as the two women feuding she couldn’t care less and as for their characters, she disliked both.
Unless you consider her saying Carrie’s hair on Sex and the City was amazing is picking sides.
But then, Wendy slammed Sarah’s approach to Kim’s brother’s sudden death, saying: ‘The question is, ‘Who do we believe?’ Well, I believe both. I believe that SJP, although she was marginal in a sitcom… I believe that Carrie was the star of the show… But I believe Kim does have a point. She said she’d sit alone while the other girls went with SJP. I feel condolences and beefs of this nature with mature women that are established… they should be handled privately.’
That is when it becomes pretty obvious that she tried to remain neutral and then she failed!
‘Sarah Jessica, you shouldn’t have posted something publicly because everyone else was, just to let us all know you were thinking of Kim by just saying, ‘Kim I am sending you a private message’ and let us see that publicly, and let everything else be private,’ Wendy told her audience.