“Stick to your guns. Not always easy to be under fire but always easier than going against your own integrity," the former "Cheers" added.
Debra Messing said although the pandemic was stressful, she remained hopeful about the future.
Starz is developing a new comedy series titled "East Wing" with Debra Messing attached in the lead role, Variety has learned. The series hails from writers and creators Ali Wentworth and Liz Tuccillo, with Wentworth also set to star alongside Messing. The show is inspired by Wentworth's mother, who who served as Social Secretary in […]
White celebrities are vowing to call out racist jokes and "not turn a blind eye" to injustice in a new campaign.
For the first time since the lights went out on "Smash," the cast of the NBC musical drama gathered via videoconference Wednesday night to discuss the making of the series that has generated a cult following among theater fans. The cast Q&A session was held as intermission entertainment during the live stream of the "Smash"-related […]
For a couple of weeks it pretty much will be "Just Jack." TVLine has learned exclusively that Megan Mullally recently took a temporary leave of absence from the final, 18-episode season of Will & Grace that resulted in her missing two episodes as Karen. It's not clear why Mullally took the time off, but her mini-departure […]
Kathy Griffin, Debra Messing and more stars weigh in as Pelosi announces a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump.
“I have several conservative friends that you would know who are afraid to come forward because they are the sole providers for their families,” Kimberlin Brown Pelzer said on Fox & Friends."
John O'Hurley talks about being a conservative in Hollywood and "Seinfeld."
Debra Messing and Eric McCormack are clarifying their comments about Trump’s donor list.
"The View" moderator passionately defended Trump donors and their right to vote.
“Will & Grace” stars Debra Messing and Eric McCormack spoke out against Hollywood peers who might be attending an upcoming Trump fundraiser and now “Seinfeld” star John O’Hurley has spoken out against them.“I’m embarrassed for both of them,” he said during an appearance on Fox News Monday. “I’ll say this because I know them both and I’ve worked with Debra before. They’re both smart people. They do wonderful work but they’re pushing a case that falls apart from the sheer weight of its lunacy, as though the Hollywood community needs to be purged of this social and intellectual hygiene problem called conservative thinking.”Also Read: Debra Messing Gets Trump's Attention on Twitter, Demands End to Gun Violence“It underscores the fact that we aren’t receptive to diversity thought, which is the exact opposite of what you feel the liberal way would be,” he told Fox’s Leland Vittert. “I find that obscene.”The fundraiser is being held in Beverly Hills on Sept. 17, five days before the Emmys are held in Los Angeles, with a minimum $1,000 donation required to attend. Messing called for a list of all attendees to be published, saying that “the public has a right to know.”McCormack followed that up with a similar call “so the rest of us can be clear about who we don’t wanna work with.”Representatives for Messing and McCormack did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Read original story ‘Seinfeld’ Actor Says He’s ‘Embarrassed’ for Anti-Trump Debra Messing, Eric McCormack At TheWrap
YouTube star PewDiePie responds after his name was supposedly mentioned during the rampage.
Rosie O'Donnell woke up like a kid on Christmas for Cohen's testimony, tweeting, "Trump is going down - OH HAPPY DAY !!!"
While most nomination reactions were generic with shout-outs to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, co-stars and others in their categories, there were some — for instance, Sacha Baron Cohen straight trolling Sarah Palin — that stand out from the rest.
In a scene that was sadly familiar for many fans, Grace tells her dad that his friend sexually assaulted her when she was 15.
Debra Messing was asked whether she'd rather spend time with President Trump or with Susan Sarandon. Her answer didn’t surprise anyone who knows Messing and Sarandon have been at odds politically for years.
Curmudgeon Noah (David Schwimmer) and Grace (Debra Messing) were off to a rocky start on "Will & Grace," but we'll eventually get to enjoy them as a couple.
Many demanded an apology from Wolf, saying she took her jabs too far. Several celebrities, however, thought asking for an “I’m sorry” was rich considering what Trump has done and said in the past.
Debra Messing talks to Yahoo Entertainment and Makers about NBC's new "Will & Grace" revival; she says that she is happy that the new "Will & Grace" episodes give her, as an actress and an activist, a chance to continue to help open minds through comedy.