Sarah Jessica Parker Excited To Perform Scissor Sisters' Let's Have A KiKi On Glee

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Sarah Jessica Parker stops by Access Hollywood Live on October 25, 2012 -- Access Hollywood

Sarah Jessica Parker is taking on one of the year's biggest alternative dance songs - the Scissor Sisters' "Let's Have a Kiki" with the help of "Glee's" Lea Michele and Chris Colfer - and she's loving every second of her time on the hit series.

The actress stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Thursday, which was taping in her beloved New York City, where she chatted about her stint on the FOX show and if fans will continue to see her on the small screen as editor, Isabelle Wright.

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"I'm not sure, it's just sort of one of those things... it's like when Ryan is making a menu for dinner, some Sarah Jessica this week," she said of showrunner Ryan Murphy's cast selection process.

The actress - along with Kurt and Rachel - will perform a song in the upcoming holiday episode that was heard pumping in clubs everywhere in 2012.

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"As long as the scheduling works out... it's a wonderful way to spend time, I had so much fun in this episode, it's our Thanksgiving episode," she told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. "We're doing 'Let's Have A Kiki'... It's really fun.

"It's a delight to be there," the actress added.

But, "Glee" wasn't the only thing on SJP's mind on Thursday morning. The ardent supporter of President Obama sounded off on Donald Trump's Wednesday announcement and challenge for the President (HERE!) and voiced her concerns about former Gov. Mitt Romney possibly winning the election (HERE!).

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Plus, what does SJP think about Billy's idea of only signing on for a third "Sex and The City" movie when she's 75? (Find out HERE!)

-- Jesse Spero

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