Spats and the City; Hollywood's Feuding Stars at War Again as Kim Cattrall Tells Emmy Organisers: I Don't Want to Sit near Sarah Jessica Parker
Byline: CAROLINE GRAHAM
THE feud between Sex And The City's Kim Cattrall and her co-stars erupted again last night when she asked to be seated away from Sarah Jessica Parker at the Emmy awards.
Cattrall, 47, who plays man-eater Samantha on the show, shocked organisers of American television's equivalent of the Oscars with her request.
Kim, who was nominated for best supporting actress alongside co-stars Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon, has harboured ill-feelings towards Parker, 39, hot favourite to win the best actress award, after Parker blamed her for the scrapping of a movie based on the series.
The bitterness first surfaced during the second series when Parker became a co-executive producer and landed a [pounds sterling]1.8million salary - twice that of Cattrall.
A source said: 'There has been no love lost between Kim and her co-stars for years. First Kim badmouthed Sarah for getting so much more money than the rest of the cast. Kim felt it was an ensemble production and that each actress should be paid equally.
'Then Kim went to a script meeting and let it slip that Cynthia had suffered a miscarriage, which horrified the rest of the cast. From that moment, the girls froze Kim out.
They wouldn't even sit with her at mealtimes. …