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Kristin Davis was made act out a cringey Sex and the City skit on Aussie TV

She was there to talk about her work with refugees. Eeek.

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ACTRESS KRISTIN DAVIS may have shot to fame in the role of Charlotte on Sex and the City – but that doesn’t mean she wants to talk about it all the time.

Davis is now involved with several charities, and appeared on Australian breakfast show Sunrise to talk about her work with the United Nations high commissioner for refugees.

However instead of talking about her charity work, she was bombarded with questions about Sex and the City (which ended 12 years ago) and shown an embarrassing clip from the first SATC film.

At one point, the three presenters appeared in wigs and costumes and handed Davis a scene from the show to act out.



Though Davis was polite throughout the segment, she did have some reservations about the sketch:

I don’t know that this is a great idea, frankly.

Can’t see the video? Click here.

In a tweet sent after the show, the actress expressed her bafflement at the interview, and retweeted fans telling her it was the “worst piece of TV” they’d ever seen.

The Guardian reports that Channel Seven executives are extremely displeased with Davis’ treatment on the show – a Sunrise producer has apologised for the sketch, saying:

Our obsession [with SATC] may have gotten the better of us. We apologise for the bad acting and terrible costumes and we thank Kristin for being such a good sport. She’s one of the most gracious stars we’ve ever had on Brekky Central.

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