In an interview with Yahoo for her 2019 movie Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans, Cattrall finally addressed how this video came to be. “It was actually to promote his music and it was a very fun thing we did one afternoon in our little house, our little beach house we owned, and it spawned this kind of crazy fans to watch this video,” she explained. The 42-second-long clip even inspired artists Viviana Olen and Matt Harkins of THNK1994 art gallery (dedicated to all things pop culture) to create an exhibit based on the original music. “In Brooklyn, in New York, they had like, an opening, some artist, she had made some kind of painting to the music of it and the scatting... It was very odd!”
YouTube sensation aside, it's clear Cattrall's not quitting her day job anytime soon with her new Netflix series Glamorous as well as her celebrated return to And Just Like That. After years of rumors, snubs and will-she-won't-she speculation, Cattrall's long-awaited cameo has finally arrived as the season two finale hit streaming giant Max. Though she only appears in one scene featuring a phone conversation with Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker), seeing these two women reunite is well worth the wait.
Cheers to you, Sam Jones.
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