Let the casting of a teenage Carrie Bradshaw begin.
Earlier this week, HarperCollins announced that Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell signed a deal to write two young-adult novels focusing on Bradshaw's high school years.
No doubt a television or movie adaptation won't be far behind. If so, Selena Gomez says you can count her out.
"That's not really the audience I'm going for," Gomez, 16, said at last night's Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. "I mean, my mom loves the show and it's a very popular show, but that's not the direction I'm looking to take at this time."
Well, there's always Miley Cyrus...
The Hannah Montana star told TV Guide in July she'd love to be a part of a not-so-dirty SATC. "I'd love to do a younger, cleaner version of Sex and the City," Cyrus, 15, said, adding, "I like to think of myself as the girl that no one can get, that no one can keep in their hand."
And then there was Frances Bean Cobain, who appeared to take a page right out of mom Courtney Love's handbook on how to make an entrance. Ms. Cobain was spotted barreling down the red carpet past the press with two gal-pals on her arms, her face coated in makeup.
—Additional reporting by Dahvi Shira