The actress said she understands fans’ dismay in an interview with Andy Cohen on See what happens live, but she added: “It’s the thing about breakups, you know? Often, there is one person who is making the breakup happen and another who is reluctant. But I have to say: That reluctant person is pretty miserable, too, and they just don’t admit it. “
Nixon’s character Miranda Hobbes has been married to Steve (played by David Eigenberg) since the original Sex and the city series. But in the HBO Max revival, Miranda falls for non-binary comedian Che Diaz (played by Sara Ramirez) and asks for a divorce from Steve to pursue a relationship with Che.
During the interview – which you can see above – Cohen commented on Nixon more And just like that burning questions, including this one: “Is Che Diaz’s comedy… funny?” (Nixon giggles in response, “Me and Miranda, think so.”) She also discusses Kim Cattrall’s Samantha Jones absence (“I liked how we handled this from the start.”) first”) and a plot about an alcoholic Miranda (“A lot of us drank more than we should during the pandemic”).
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