After the HBO series “Sex and the City” went off the air, hormonal twenty-somethings everywhere wept over cosmos and tripped over Manolos, wondering how life could go on without Carrie Bradshaw. Thankfully, the shoe-loving, man-eating writer is back … in her pre-pubescent form, at least.
The CW network has decided to turn Candace Bushnell’s “The Carrie Diaries,” a “Sex and the City” prequel, into a TV series. The show focuses on Carrie as a teenager in the 1980s and in her early years as a burgeoning writer in New York.
But who will play Sarah Jessica Parker’s teenage alter-ego? According to some sources, Glee’s Dianna Agron is a top contender for the part. Although Agron said that she would love to play the part, she could foresee some challenges: “You run the risk of people hating it,” Agron told Access Hollywood at the “I am Number Four” premiere. “I mean, how do you compete against Sarah Jessica Parker? She originated that (role)!”
But the “Glee” star has some competition for the part; Miley Cyrus is reportedly vying for the coveted role as well. But I think Dianna would be much better. Plus the Jewish blonde ladies could totally pass for one another (if Dianna broke her nose). So the gurl best chill out, shape up, and ride on SJP’s coattails for all she’s worth!