After four years, Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte reunited in Manhattan.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis hit the pink carpet for the long-awaited Sex and the City movie premiere at NYC's Radio City Music Hall on Tuesday.
All glammed up, fans had lined up since the early morning in hopes of scoring a seat to the hot event (many ended up going home empty-handed).
The best part of the night for Parker (who wore a silver Nina Ricci bustier gown with Fred Leighton jewels and walked the carpet with husband Matthew Broderick)?
"Being with you and all those people," she told reporters as she pointed to the fans.
The crowd also went crazy as Cattrall (in Vivienne Westwood), Nixon (in Narciso Rodriguez) and Davis (in Donna Karan) walked the carpet.
"Being in Sex and the City is the best thing," Jennifer Hudson -- who plays Carrie's assistant in the film -- told Usmagazine.com. "[The writers] spoke about the things that we all go through."
Added Jason Lewis (who plays Samantha's beau Smith Jerrod), "It was nice" filming the movie. The best part: "There was a sunset in Malibu that stopped production."
Celebs including Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Ashley Olsen, Fergie, Mary J. Blige, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, Edie Falco and designer Donna Karan turned out for the film, which has been receiving mixed reviews from critics.
After the movie, guests headed over to the Museum of Modern Art for the after party.
But the partying didn't end there.
The cast and crew then flocked to The Carlyle hotel's Bemelmans Bar for the after-after party.
"This was even better than the official party because it felt clubby," the movie's director, Michael Patrick King, told Us Weekly. "Only the people we were actually close with were here.”