sarah-jessica-parkerSarah Jessica Parker is being haunted by her mole. What she thought would be a simple exorcism has turned into what she calls “Molegate,” because of her decision to remove the protuberance from her chin.

SJPMolegateIt  dominated conversation across the blogosphere when she did it back in 2008 and was roundly discussed during her appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.

She was there to promote her new movie with Hugh Grant, “Did You Hear About the Morgans?”

She plays one-half of a couple whose marriage is falling apart until they are hustled out of New York to Wyoming  as part of the federal witness protection program.

Working with Grant, she says, has been one of her fond dreams. “I think I remember auditioning to co-star with Hugh in “Four Weddings and a Funeral.” I think I did. I know I screen-tested for “Nine Months,” she told Parade magazine.

“Of course, I didn’t get either. I have wanted to play opposite him in a romantic comedy for basically as long as Americans, especially women, have known and loved Hugh Grant,” she said.

But she could hardly get a word in edgewise about the movie with Letterman because of the mole.

The mole has been AWOL since 2008, and SJP told Letterman her plastic surgeon brother-in-law did the deed. “It was no biggie,” she said.

“I didn’t object to it. I just didn’t care for it,” she explained. “I had about six free days when I could be bloody and scabbed and no one will care, and honestly, I didn’t think a thing about it and then apparently it turned into molegate.”

“Can they put it back on?” she asked. Apparently not.

Aside from filming, Parker says she has her hands full taking care of her 6-month-old twin daughters and her 8-year-old son with Matthew Broderick.

“It’s sort of beyond description,” she said of being the mother of twins.

“It’s a very, very lucky, wonderful time in our lives that we have these two darling little girls and we’re very happy. They could not be more different. It is hilarious, one of my daughters is round-headed and she has my complexion.

“She’s olive, she has big brown eyes and she is literally constantly looking around and reaching out. I mean, I don’t know how she manages to sleep.

“My other daughter is like my husband, Matthew. She is white-skinned with little blue bedroom eyes and red hair. She’s very serious and slightly withholding and aloof.”