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Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon reveal some And Just Like That scenes were faked to throw us off

·1 min read
Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

In case you needed reminding (and you definitely didn't) And Just Like That is here. After several long months of waiting HBO's Sex And The City spin off series has finally been released. And, while you were calling in sick to watch on repeat, series stars Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis were busy revealing the shocking news that some of the scenes they were pictured filming on the streets of New York were faked to throw us all off. All we need to know now is which ones...

Appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Nixon and Davis, who play Miranda and Charlotte spoke about how difficult it was to keep storylines a secret, since so much of the show is filmed around the streets of New York and paparazzi are often photographing the cast.

Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images

During the interview Nixon and Davis spoke about how much they worry about spoilers before Colbert asks, "There are rumours that you guys actually shot fake scenes around New York to throw people off the scent..."

Davis quickly responded, "Yes. Yes, definitely," but Nixon interjected saying "Absolutely not," before following up with a *slightly* guilty looking laugh and adding, "It might be true."

"We want the fans to enjoy the show," Davis then explained. "I think that's the important part."

Nixon added, "We don’t want them to know — we don’t want them to read the CliffsNotes beforehand."

Look, it's smart, we've all been totally duped. But putting all that aside for a second, which scenes were faked exactly?!

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