What we wouldn't give to see Samantha, Miranda, Carrie and Charlotte back in action...
That's right ladies - Sex and the City, the TV series that practically defined your life from 1998-2004, could be about to make a big comeback in the shape of a third film if these all-telling whispers are anything to go by...
And we're not talking about quotes from any dodgy 'sources' either. Oh no; it's the franchise's stars - namely Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Hudson and Kristin Davis - that have put the rumour mill into overdrive with their cryptic tweets and alluding interviews. So, there's got to be some truth to it, right?
Speaking to US entertainment show Dish Nation, Hudson was asked about the rumours circulating the third SATC movie when she revealed: 'I think it might be [happening]. Somebody just came to me talking about that. So if it’s in the talks, it might happen. So look for it.'
If that wasn't enough, SJP and co-star Kirstin (or Charlotte York if you prefer...) took to Twitter to also elude to the sequel.
Kristin was the first to prompt the conversation with a sweet tweet which she sent to Sarah featuring the caption: '@SJP Miss YOU XOXOXO!! <3'.
The tweet was accompanied by a photograph of the pair each rocking a Carrie Bradshaw-worthy dress and was taken at the Sex and the City 2 premiere back in 2010. However, it was Sarah's response that really caught our attention.
The 49-year-old style icon simply responded: '@KristinDavis Me too you! Heard the news? X'. Ahhh!
It might not be concrete evidence, but why all the secrecy gals? We don't know about you but it looks like certain members of the cast know something that we don't.
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The big question is, what would happen in the SATC sequel? Carrie, after all, has already tied the knot with Big, the man of her dreams. Our bets are hedged on the fact that we'll hear the pitter patter of tiny Manolo Blahniks should the third movie take off...
Be still our beating hearts. Let's hope they make it happen.
By Maxine Eggenberger