Heidi Klum and Riccardo Simonetti bring the “Sex and the City” scene back to life
Heidi Klum and Riccardo Simonetti bring the “Sex and the City” scene back to life. Heidi Klum fulfilled a wish of a big “Sex and the City” fan: entertainer Riccardo Simonetti was allowed to re-enact the legendary scene of her guest appearance in the US series with her , as he reveals in an Instagram post.
Simonetti took on the role of leading actress Carrie Bradshaw ( Sarah Jessica Parker ) in the clip, who stumbles on the catwalk at a fashion show and falls to the ground. Model Heidi Klum, she played herself at the time, stepped over the model newcomer, and mastered the catwalk with flying colors. The fallen Riccardo Simonetti had to duck away from the model.
“I now know how she must have felt. Thank you Heidi for reliving this moment with me. I love you for it !” Wrote Simonetti in his post. In addition to the clip of the recreated scene, he published two before and after images with a photo of the original scene.
Klum was in the second episode of the fourth season with the title “The real me” to see. Bradshaw was invited to take part in a fashion show that featured professional models and ordinary people on the catwalk.
“Sex and the City” reboot deals with the coronavirus pandemic
Incidentally, the successful series will celebrate a comeback. The new season, nicknamed “And just like that …”, is based on the book “Sex and the City” by Candace Bushnell and the original TV series created by Darren Star. “The series will accompany Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte on their way from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s,” reads the content of the new episodes. Filming will begin in New York in late spring.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s anticipation for the “Sex and the City” reboot “And Just Like That …” is huge. Although she has no information about the individual storylines herself, she fully trusts the skills of showrunner Michael Patrick King and the team of authors.
What should not be missing in times like these of course: the coronavirus pandemic. It should also be the topic of the ten half-hour episodes. Parker confirmed: COVID-19 will “of course be part of the story”. After all, New York, “the city these characters live in”, has been grappling with the effects of the pandemic. “How does it change relationships when friends disappear?” Is just a question the actress asks in advance.