Sarah Jessica Parker confirms no Sex and the City 3

Sarah Jessica Parker confirmed that there would be no more Sex and the City movies. It’s over. We’re not doing it,” Parker told Extra on Thursday. Rumors that the beloved cast would be reuniting for a third film had fans waiting for the next chapter. “I’m disappointed. We had this beautiful , funny,  heartbreaking, joyful, very relatable script and story,’ Parker continued. Sex and the City went off the air in 2004 and the last movie was released in 2010.

Luke Bryan has officially joined the judge’s table for American Idol. The country star posted a video on Twitter captioned, “It’s official. @AmericanIdol.” Lionel Richie also confirmed on social media that he will join Bryan and Katy Perry at the judge’s table.

LL Cool J is not bothered by the fact that President Trump will not attend the Kennedy Center Honors this year.  “I’m glad the he decided not to attend because it would’ve been a distraction and it would’ve been more about who’s standing next to who and less about the actual art form,”  he told  Ellen DeGeneres on her show Friday. The NCIS: Los Angeles star is the first hip-hop artist to be named an honoree.