Sarah Jessica Parker calls working with Jeff Bridges 'incredible'

Carrie Bradshaw and Big Lebowski's "The Dude," walk into a bar...

Sarah Jessica Parker and Jeff Bridges reprised their iconic roles for a good cause. Just in time for the Super Bowl, Stella Artois' and Water.org (co-founded by Matt Damon) called upon the famous faces to rally America to "Pour it Forward," in efforts of helping the global water crisis.

AOL recently caught up with SJP, where she dished on what it was like working with the Golden Globe Lifetime Achievement winner and the feeling of getting back into the shoes of Ms. Bradshaw.

"It was incredible. It was amazing. I mean I really couldn't believe he was going to do it but of course he's a man that spent a huge amount of his grown up life doing good work. Not just on screen but you know the man that he chooses to be -- the philanthropic person who is involved, committed and engaged," she said. "It made great sense to me that he said yes to this. It was the days leading up to his very special Golden Globe award, so that was nice and he's just an extraordinary actor. I'm one of the thousands of actors who he has inspired and delivered these extraordinary memorable performances that we all look up to and recall. He's a profoundly decent person and a kind man and a funny person. We really enjoyed ourselves, it was an absolute pleasure."

The "Sex and the City" actress stepped back into the nostalgic role in true Carrie fashion. Wearing a silver sequin number accompanied with her signature downtown chic hat, SJP told us she's still surprised about the cultural impact Carrie still has more than two decade since the world was first introduced to her.

"I love playing that character and I love the experience and it was arguably a highlight of my professional life and personal life in many ways."

"I think I'm always surprised or touched by the connection those characters had with lots of people and the kind of relationship that was cultivated between the audience and the characters. But it's nice that there's generations coming to the program and falling in love and being inspired by the friendships and the loyalty and the sort of emotional journey that we got to tell. So it's nice to be reminded and I feel very lucky that I was part of it. 

So how can you get involved in "Pouring it forward?"

"It's a simple switch," Parker says.  "Change your usual drink to Stella. Obviously the Super Bowl is a time that lots of people gather and people often indulge responsibly and safely -- but I think it's a really simple thing. A bottle of Stella is a month of access to clean water and sanitation. That is enormously impactful and significant. A six pack is six months, I mean those are incredibly important numbers. It's just a simple change when people gather and you know 'I'll bring this and you bring that, well I'll be bringing the Stella.'"

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24 Memorable Carrie Bradshaw Outfits
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24 Memorable Carrie Bradshaw Outfits

Season One

Carrie was loyal to her fur from day one.

 

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Season One

Carrie in a signature pink sheath, Miranda all covered up — both mopey.

 

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Season One

Carrie looking poised in a form-fitting snake print dress.

 

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Season One

Wife beater wearing Carrie, oh, and porn.

 

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Season Two

The nameplate necklace that spawned so many knockoffs! Love how she even made a simple cami look fashionable.

 

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Season Two

For a split second when she came on screen, it seemed like Carrie was nude!

 

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Season Two

Love the long silhouette and color combination here.

 

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Season Two

Here is our girl in a fur coat again.

 

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Season Three

Look at how businesslike our ladies look.

 

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Season Three

Another great vintage dress on Carrie. I loved her long medallion necklace and tried to find one just like it.

 

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Season Three

Carrie looked amazing in form-fitting, but she also worked baggy like a pro.

 

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Season Three

Here is Carrie as a modern flapper.

 

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Season Four

This look made me want to expose my belly and get a Gucci hip bag.

 

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​Season Four

Carrie looked fresh in Dolce & Gabbana florals.

 

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​Season Four

Pearl overload but Carrie made it work.

 

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​Season Four

Quite the mixmaster Carrie was in Prada and Marni.

 

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Season Five

Carrie in Southpaw sequins.

 

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Season Five

Hitting the tables in an embroidered gunmetal top — I love how she wore a bra with and showed it in the back.

 

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Season Five

Another spectacular look from our favorite gal. This Marni dress is adorable, I love all the mismatching.

 

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Season Five

Not my favorite look, but Carrie worked a baby pink '60s-inspired dress in season five.

 

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Season Six

Carrie often wore a dark bra under a light top — an inspiration to us all.

 

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Season Six

Carrie looking incredibly sophisticated while checking out her book in a Paris bookstore.

 

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Season Six

Looking brilliant in Balenciaga, albeit sad.

 

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Season Six

Carrie in her frothy, dusty gray Atelier Versace gown. Remember how she slept in it? Amazing.

 

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