And Calista, dressed in head-to-toe black and silver sequins, proclaimed she wanted to be “club goer number one, two and three.”
“Sex and the City” producers weren’t the only ones taking advantage of the hundreds of fashionables looking for their big break. A scout from BBC passed out flyers inviting women ages 21 to 35 to audition for a reality show about pampered city girls learning to eliminate debt, while another from CBS handed out postcards for an unnamed “documentary,” inquiring as to who was single.
Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte may have found happiness on the big screen, but a single girl’s search for love is always a timeless tale.
— Stephanie D. Smith and Nick Axelrod