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Chris Noth Responds to Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker's Drama In a Very Mr. Big Way

Plus, SATC's Dean Winters weighs in on the spat — and Cattrall responds to Cynthia Nixon's condolences.

By Jenny Berg
Sarah Jessica Parker on Kim Cattrall’s Diss

Kim Cattrall has made headlines recently for publicly bashing her former Sex and the City co-star Sarah Jessica Parker. The actress who played Samantha Jones even went so far as to call Parker "cruel" in a shocking Instagram post that clapped back at SJP for offering condolences on the death of Cattrall's brother.

And though Andy Cohen has deemed the tiff a "catfight of one," since Parker hasn't said anything unfavorable about Cattrall in public, it seems that the feud is growing to include even more players. 

First, Dean Winters — who appeared on the beloved HBO series as one of Carrie Bradshaw's flings and is currently appearing on Divorce with Parker — offered his take on the situation. Speaking to Us Weekly, the actor didn't mince words: "I mean, [I’m] always Team Sarah. I’ve known Sarah for 25 years. Look whatever’s going on, I don’t give a f---," the actor said. “I mean, I just like Sarah. Kim’s nice too, but Sarah and I have a lot of history. I try to stay out of that bulls---, you know what I mean? Whatever’s happening I just hope it works out for everyone.”

Chris Noth, who famously played Mr. Big on the series, had less to say about the issue. When questioned on his stance by TMZ, the actor didn't utter a word. Instead, he rolled up the window of the limo he was in. (That's so Mr. Big.) 

Cynthia Nixon, aka "Miranda," hasn't commented publicly on the feud. She did, however, offer her condolences to Cattrall when the latter posted on Instagram that her brother had died. Cattrall's response to Nixon was much softer than the one she offered to Parker. 

Though comments for the Instagram post have since been disabled, Us Weekly noted that Cattrall had written, in response to Nixon's comment and apparent phone call: "Cynthia, hearing your voice meant so much to me. Thank you for reaching out. Love Kim #SexandtheCity.”  

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