Kristin Davis

Courtesy Skyy Vodka

There may not have been an official Hollywood premiere of Sex and the City: The Movie, but L.A. still got some Sex. Last night, Skyy Vodka hosted an advance screening at the ArcLight to benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles.

Kristin Davis (who has one of the funniest scenes in the film) was on hand for the charity event and to field burning questions from the audience, who discovered she's not like Charlotte York, her WASPy, old-fashioned character, at all.

"When I was young, I thought, I never wanna get married, because I lived in the South and that was all anybody talked about," the former South Carolina girl dished. "All I wanted to do was come to New York and do theater. I did not want to be relying on some man!"

During her 30s, Kristin said she was too busy with the show for a relationship. Now, at 44, she's more open to the idea.

Although she did get a little Charlotte on us when asked which of her male costars turned her on the most.

"I can't answer that question," she giggled demurely.

As for revealing the cast's biggest diva...

According to writer-director Michael Patrick King, the biggest diva on set was actually a dog.

Semi-Spoiler Alert: In the movie, Samantha gets a Yorkie pup who likes to have sex as much as she does. "That little humping dog was amazing," he said, "because she would only hump in the mornings. So Kim [Cattrall] would show up and she'd be like, 'Yeah, I know, we gotta do the dog first.' We all had to wait for the dog to get her hump on."

That's definitely not the only graphic part of the movie. In addition to typical female nudity, this movie has its share of naked men (including a quick full-frontal shot).

VIP tickets to last night's event were $80 a pop. That got guests into the after-party, where they could down Skyy cocktails named after each character and mingle with Kristin, who stuck around the soiree and chowed down on sesame chicken skewers. All told, the event raised $20,000 for APLA.

But if you go see Sex for yourself, take it easy on the Cosmos beforehand. It's two and a half hours long!

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