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Actress declares eclipse 'most thrilling moment' -- other than 'children and marriage and all that

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Did the much-hyped solar eclipse this week cause people to act weird? “The Morning Blaze” guys are concerned – especially after listening to a clip of Sarah Jessica Parker having a conniption while observing the celestial event. “This is the most spectacular light I've ever seen,” she gushed.

Reports around the country say that people were feeling ill and animals were acting strange. “This is the effect that this had on people,” Brad Staggs said on Friday’s show.

The “Sex and the City” star visited South Carolina with her husband, Matthew Broderick, to be “eclipse chasers.” She posted videos on Instagram documenting the moment and her unabashed enthusiasm over the solar eclipse.

"This may be one of the most thrilling moments of my life, outside of course having my children and marriage and all that," she can be heard saying in the video.

The thrills of eclipse chasing ! First sighting. Chip out upper right! Don't look without glasses! Someone took a bite out of the cookie!

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If you missed this week’s solar eclipse, the next big one that will be visible in the U.S. is in 2024.

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