Sarah Jessica Parker Slams Plastic Surgery Report to Fix Her "Witch's Hands"

Celebrity Beauty Dec. 19, 2013 AT 3:00PM
Sarah Jessica Parker at Tribeca Cinemas on November 4, 2013 in NYC Sarah Jessica Parker slammed a "vicious" report claiming she wants to get plastic surgery to fix her "witch's hands" while appearing on Watch What Happens Live Dec. 18. Credit: Mireya Acierto/FilmMagic

A new tabloid report claiming Sarah Jessica Parker wants to get plastic surgery on her hands is just a bunch of hocus-pocus. The 48-year-old actress set the record straight while appearing on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday, Dec. 18.

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"It was a really particularly vicious issue and it was all about how all these particular people are hated and they're the worst and they're awful and everybody hates them," Parker recalled of the recent tabloid story she read. "It was really brutal and I was literally thinking to myself, 'Good God, I escaped that.'"

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But the Sex and the City star wasn't as lucky as she thought. "And I flipped the page and there was an article about my hands and how ugly they are and how I should go have cosmetic surgery to fix them and I have been contemplating the surgery or I had the surgery," she said. "And then there was a really crude drawing of my hands as a witch's hands."

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The absurd claim made Parker physically ill. "Literally, I was in the car like dizzy," she recalled. "I felt like I needed to be hospitalized. But it really got me to thinking. And here's what I thunk: I thought, 'Really? This is how low?' Like we are now going to attack, to suggest an appendage is now worthy of . . . it was so ridiculous, so outrageous to me because, here's the thing, we'll wrap this up, I love my hands."

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