One Thing's Missing from 'Sex and The City 2': SJP's Mole
Sarah Jessica Parker, the lady behind Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw, said she’s experiencing some regret after electing to remove a prominent beauty mark from her chin during a break before promoting the highly anticipated Sex and The City 2.
The actress recently regaled David Letterman with the story on Late Show and said she’s never been particularly fond of the mole, so she decided to have her plastic surgeon brother-in-law remove it during some recent downtime. Parker wishes she had considered the procedure more carefully after seeing family and fan’s reactions to the missing mole.
"I've been in therapy since it happened... Honestly, I didn't think a thing about it and apparently it turned into molegate,” she joked. “A woman came on to the beach really upset and she said, 'I don't know why you did that, your mole was your signature!' I was like, 'My mole is my signature? And then for the next 15 minutes I couldn't hear anything people said to me. All I could think was, I've made a terrible mistake — can I put it back on? My son tells me every now and then he misses it... I feel like I should've talked to more people."
Enrique Iglesias also famously removed a prominent mark from his cheek, though he said it was to avoid any possible cancer risks. Cindy Crawford’s world-famous beauty mark remains fixed in place.
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