Sex and the City and its stars have been all over the news recently. 

It seems like one minute a pair of them are feuding and the next there is hearsay about the possibility of a reunion. It really is tough to keep track of all the latest developments when it comes to the classic show and the four women who were its stars. 

One of those ladies, Cynthia Nixon, told the New York Times that she couldn't believe the fan reaction to one of the scenes in the 2008 movie version of the series. Nixon even went so far to say that the reaction left her 'devastated'. 

She said: "I remember when we screened the first movie in London, when Mr. Big shows Carrie that closet he's built for her and the entire audience clapped. I found that devastating. Maybe that's a strong word, but I was disheartened. Because I thought, 'Is this what these women in the audience think true love is? A man who has enough money to buy you a walk-in closet?'"

Nixon, who encapsulated the role of Miranda in the hit series, recently told The Wendy Williams Show that the scene really wasn't what the show was about, hence her disappointment. She added that she didn't get why the audience reacted in the way that they did. 

She told the show: "I was a little devastated by that, because it seemed to me that the show was so much about female empowerment and about women making their own choices and women standing up for what they wanted and supporting themselves, so to me, to have this be kind of a climax of the film that your very wealthy husband builds you a nice closet for your clothes, I thought, 'Wow, that's not really what you love about the show, is it?' 'Cause that's not what we were making it for."

"We love the clothes, I'm not saying we don't love the clothes," she added. 

Nixon also discussed her political career in a wide ranging interview on The Wendy Williams Show. The actress is planning to run for New York governor. 

She detailed her plans, stating: "Well, I love New York. And I believe so much in New York. And I believe that we are a real progressive bastion here. 

"I have to say, that for me, the election of Donald Trump was a real wake-up call, as it was a wake-up call for women across the country, that if we don't like the direction our government is going in, we have to step up and we have to get involved like never before. So that's what I'm doing."

Her love for the city goes to the point where she has "never lived anywhere else" and she said that she "wouldn't want to live anywhere other than New York."