Although “Sex and the City” star Sarah Jessica Parker doesn’t watch “American Idol” nor “Dancing With the Stars,” when it comes to televised competitions, she has a clear favorite.
“I follow ‘The Amazing Race,’” Parker tells Zap2it. “I think they were back on their game this past season. It was like the first two seasons, as good as it has ever been, with probably the greatest team that ever competed: the cowboys, because of how they conducted themselves in every country they traveled around.
“I just thought it was the perfect season.”
]]>“Work of Art: The Next Great Artist,”
which Bravo premieres Wednesday, June 9.
“This is not an opportunity for me to be on screen, nor about money,”
Parker says, though she appears in the first episode to set 14 artists
on the path to the top prize of a museum show and $100,000. “I want
people to know how much they can invite art into their home, and how
much they’re already surrounded by it every single day.”
Parker was able to keep tabs on “Work of Art” while filming “Sex
and the City 2” quite comfortably. In fact, she reports that
“coincidentally, the first day of shooting on both was the same day.
“Because we were shooting the movie in the streets, I got to finish
early enough to stop by the set of the show and watch the first day of
taping, which was thrilling. We’d been talking about it for two years
or more, so it was a long time coming. It was great to start the day as
Carrie Bradshaw, then trot down to the Chelsea area and this wonderful
studio that Bravo built and see what was happening.”
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