Sarah Jessica Parker reveals producer 'sent a treadmill' to keep her fit before filming

The actress was sent a treadmill by a producer from Honeymoon in Vegas.


Sarah Jessica Parker is best known for hit TV series Sex and the City, but the star has also dazzled fans in movies including 1992 hit Honeymoon in Vegas, where she floored fans with her incredible figure. However, the 50-year-old has revealed that at the time, one producer was 'concerned' about her staying in shape before filming began, and decided to send her a treadmill.

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Sarah Jessica Parker showed off her incredible figure in Honeymoon in Vegas

"I was off to do another movie in Iowa and the producer of Honeymoon in Vegas was very concerned about me being fit for Honeymoon in Vegas," she explained during an interview on Sirius XM radio. "So, they sent a treadmill to Iowa."

While some actresses may have been taken aback by the unusual gift, Sarah Jessica revealed that she took it as a challenge. "No, I'm nothing if not amenable," she replied when asked if she was offended by the present.

However, the mother-of-three confessed that it wasn't the treadmill that kept her motivated to stick to her fitness regime, but rather the song she would exercise to – C+C Music Factor's Everybody Dance Now.

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The star admitted she was "nothing if not amenable"

"Just picture me running with a Discman!" she quipped. "I would run to this the summer proceeding me leaving to go to Iowa, and then ultimately go to Vegas and New York to shoot Honeymoon in Vegas."

Dedicated to her career, Sarah Jessica confessed that she made sure to stick to her workouts to be fit for the upcoming months of filming.

"I would very diligently go out every single day and run like a lunatic to this song," she admitted. "And then when I went to Iowa, on the treadmill, I would continue to run to the song. And then we went to Vegas and I had a treadmill also in my room and I would get up every morning and run."

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