Sarah Jessica Parker admits getting her mole removed


Last night, Sarah Jessica Parker went on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote Did You Hear About the Morgans? Sidenote: every time I type that movie title, I want to shoot someone. It’s seriously one of the worst titles of the year. Anyway, SJP and Letterman covered a lot of different bases, and it makes me a little sad that I went to bed at ten p.m. rather than staying up to see this. First up: SJP talked about The Case of the Missing Mole. Her mole, you see, disappeared from this plane of existence at some point in 2008. SJP took the opportunity to admit that, yes, she got that sucked sliced off because she never had “strong feelings” one way or the other about the mole. Here’s the video and HuffPo’s coverage:

What happened to Sarah Jessica Parker’s famous mole? Photos show it disappeared from her chin sometime during the summer of 2008 after she filmed the first ‘Sex and the City’ movie.

Parker told David Letterman Tuesday night that she had it removed by her plastic surgeon brother-in-law. It was no biggie, she said.

“I didn’t have strong feelings,” she said. “I didn’t object to it. I just didn’t care for it. And I had about six free days when I could be bloody and stabbed and no one will care and honestly I didn’t think a thing about it and then apparently it turned into mole-gate.”

Soon after the procedure, Parker said, a woman approached her on the beach, upset that she had gotten rid of her “signature.”

“I was like, ‘My mole was my signature? Isn’t my brain my signature?'” Parker said. “For about the next 15 minutes I couldn’t hear anything because I thought I’d make a terrible mistake. Can they put it back on?”

[From Huffington Post]

SJP also talked about her six-month old baby girls Marion and Tabitha, and how they are not “identical” in any way, with SJP saying “They are physically, intellectually spiritually, geographically, politically, ideologically and religiously as different as two small 6-month olds could be.” Ah… cute? Maybe I don’t get it, not being a mother. Anyway, SJP also released a truly adorable new photo of the twins on Letterman (below):

Oh, babies: Sarah Jessica Parker says her 6-month-old twin girls “are about as un-identical as twins can be.”

On Tuesday’s Late Show With David Letterman, she showed off a new photo of Marion and Tabitha, who were born in June with the help of a surrogate mother.

“They are physically, intellectually spiritually, geographically, politically, ideologically and religiously as different as two small 6-month olds could be,” Parker, 44, said. She added that her 7-year-old son James Wilkie is taking well to his role as big brother. “He’s been very hospitable and he’s amused by them occasionally,” said Parker, who is wed to actor Matthew Broderick.

Parker couldn’t help but gush about her twins Monday at the NYC premiere of her new comedy, Have You Heard About the Morgans?

Asked to name the best thing about having twins, she told, “That’s an impossible question to answer. You cannot put it into a little sound bite into a tiny tape recorder. It’s amazing. It’s the most perfectly overwhelming experience.”

Soon after the twins were born, Parker began filming Sex and the City 2.

“It’s a strain,” she told Us of balancing work and motherhood. “But I’m not going to complain. We do the best we can like every other family. You juggle, you organize, you fail, you have triumphs. Most working mothers work much harder than I do and have far less help.”

Despite the occasional obstacles, she said she wouldn’t change a thing. Motherhood “is a total blessing,” she told Us, “and we’re thrilled.”

[From Us Weekly]

I’ve noticed something strange about SJP’s publicity tour for Morgans – she hasn’t mentioned Matthew Broderick once. Of course, they’ve never been stuck to the idea of attending every red carpet event together and gushing about each other, so it’s totally possible there’s nothing there. The other possibility is that they’re having real problems, and they don’t spend any time together, et cetera. I know my theories about it, but I also acknowledge it could be nothing.


New photo of SJP’s twins, courtesy of Us Weekly. Additional photos of SJP outside ‘The Late Show’ in New York on December 15, 2009. Credit: WENN.

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  1. Shelly says:

    “Most working moms work much harder than I do and have far less help.” Um, ya think SJP? Oh well, the babies are cute!

  2. Sumodo says:

    I got nothing.

  3. Black Kat says:

    Wart !

  4. LolaBella says:

    They are …geographically, politically, ideologically and religiously as different as two small 6-month olds could be.


  5. Jay says:

    Thank God those twins aren’t her biological kids. They are actually very cute and not fug like her.

  6. Goddess711 says:

    I’m so sick of this pretentious bitch trying to be real and humble yet philisophical and Hamptons Poster Child.
    James Wilkey “has been hospitable”? Eeesh. That sounds like a temporary situation that won’t be glued together for long.

  7. Orangejulius says:

    Am I imagining it, or does her nose look a little different too?

  8. El Predicto says:

    You know she could have EBAYed that mole…..unlimited value!

  9. EMV says:

    her brain her signature? please, she’s kidding right?

  10. Amy says:

    @ Jay: They are her biological kids, she just didn’t carry them.

  11. ! says:

    She always says weird lofty things like that about her kids. Makes me think she doesn’t spend a damn minute with them.

  12. KateNonymous says:

    It’s not that big a deal. I had a mole removed from between my eyebrows two years ago. It never bothered me, and then at some point it did, so I had it removed.

    Aside from the “geographically,” (what, one twin lives in Seattle?) I’m fine with her statement about the babies. And I’ve always liked that SJP is aware of the fact that because of her success, she is able to make use of resources that most women don’t have. I don’t think that’s pretentious–it’s better than the celebs who whine about the hardships of getting what they always wanted.

  13. Jay says:

    AMY, Yeah right. And Michael Jackson’s kids are his biological kids too. lol. They are NOT her biological children. She bought them the same way she would a new purse and shoes. They are just accessories to her and will always be taken care and raised by hired nannies.

  14. Jennifer says:

    The twins real mom must be Mexican. It’s so obvious they’re hispanic. Bet she got a big chunk of change for selling them to SJP.

  15. L says:

    Um…those are her biological kids. Her egg, his sperm so their embryo, just implanted it into a surrogate mom.

    I want her to talk about her nose job. If you look at pictures from the early days to now, she’s totally had some minor work done. Details SJP, details.

  16. Julie says:

    Wow! She has a really sympathic voice. Beside this, I cannot stand this woman 🙁

  17. AC says:

    I don’t get the SJP hate.

    Shelly… yeah, she does think that. She’s being as humble and down to earth as possible and acknowledging that she is thankful for what she has. Im not entirely sure what your problem is.

    Also her describing her twins that way is an exaggeration of her saying that her babies have very radically different personalities… why are you people so mean?

  18. Firestarter says:

    I never watch Letterman, but last night I had it on when she did her interview. She is rather likeable, and sweet.

    I kind of don’t get the hate either. So she isn’t Angelina stunning, does that make her a bad person? So she may or may not be married to a closet case, so what, her choice and if they work and are okay with it, who cares.

    My only complaint, is, please for the love of God, turn in Carrie’s Manolo’s once and for all, and give it a rest already!

  19. juiceinla says:

    “Did You Hear About the Morgans? Sidenote: every time I type that movie title, I want to shoot someone. It’s seriously one of the worst titles of the year. ” Agreed. Makes me long for the cocaine fueled 80’s when producers ans studios thought “Conan the Barbarian” was an awesome movie name. Because it was.

  20. DrM says:

    Didn’t Matthew Broderick move out earlier this year? I read that somewhere…that he was going to be living in a house they own elsewhere in NY state….it was kind of a funny statement…not a separation per se…just a rather matter of fact statement

  21. Tazina says:

    I agree with Jay. They are nothing more than accessories for her. She admitted as much when she said she had no time for them because of “prior” commitments…uh huh…. When you see them out who are they with? The Nanny. SJP is long past her Stale By date, mediocre actress, an unattractive horse face. How about taking some time off and looking after your children? Oh right, you have to work….you need the money….!

  22. Rachel says:

    Is she an idiot the babies are clearly fraternal twins, so what part of them should be identical.

  23. crash2GO2 says:

    I like SJP and I liked the interview. I can’t believe some of the ignorant posts here about her twins though. yikes.

  24. Allie says:

    I think SJP is a prime example, of a woman who knows how to look good, when there’s not a lot of natural beauty there.

  25. Jennifer says:

    There is nothing “ignorant” about stating what is an obvious truth about her twins. Just because a celebrity claims to use their own embryos doesn’t make it the truth. They are hispanic babies. Anyone with half a brain can see that.

  26. Kaye says:

    With no disrespect intended to hispanics, those babies don’t look remotely hispanic.

  27. hollygirl says:

    I have the inside scoop that she paid her Mexican maid for the embryos. I know for a fact that it’s true.

  28. Beth says:

    No wonder she said they were “geographically different” hee hee

  29. Emily says:

    “They are physically, intellectually spiritually, geographically, politically, ideologically and religiously as different as two small 6-month olds could be.”
    I’m sorry, what? I can understand physically and intellectually, and I guess geographically if they’re kept apart for some reason. But the others? 6 month olds have no concept of religion or politics! Why couldn’t she just say they’re fraternal, not identical, and shut the fuck up about it? She’s made herself sound like a moron.

  30. bleujayone says:

    She didn’t get the mole removed. The mole finally got fed up and walked out on her.

  31. hes says:

    Hispanic is not an ethnicity. Hispanic people are people who speak Spanish, and occur in all colors and varieties, from European, Native American, African, including any combination of these, and any other ethnicity as well… there are Chinese people living in South America — they are also Hispanic.

  32. snowball says:

    She reminds me of Drew Barrymore when she speaks. She’s all cutesy and self-effacing and flirty and look at me, I’m just like you!, but when she’s done, you think, “what a pretentious person.”

    I don’t have love or hate for her. I’ve got a mole on one side of my chin that’s been bugging me for a while and I’d get it removed if my insurance would cover it. She looks better without it, signature or no.

    The twins are adorable. Who can say who they look at at this age? Matthew’s got dark hair, who knows what Sarah’s is. If I had to nail it down, I’d probably say they look a lot like Matthew, I don’t see much SJP in them.

  33. filthycute says:

    I love SJP, always have, always will.

  34. AM says:

    Yes, her mole, not her brain, was her signature because she’s not all that intelligent or interesting.