Debra Messing has opened up on social media about her own struggle with depression, inviting others to share their experiences via the hashtag #MyStory, and many people are following suit.
Kelly first defended her plastic surgery question as reasonable within the bounds of journalism principles but inexplicably veered into an off-the-rails hit piece deemed “divisive” and “vindictive” on Twitter.
Like most attendees, Debra Messing wore black to the Golden Globes as a symbol of protest against harassment in Hollywood and in support of gender equality. When E! host Giuliana Rancic asked Messing why she was wearing black, the Will & Grace star let the network have it. “We want diversity, we want intersectional gender parity, we want equal pay.” Things got interesting when she brought up Rancic’s former colleague Catt Sadler.
The "Will & Grace" star decided to buy herself her dream ring, a huge emerald with diamonds, and it's a stunner.
Social photos of stars from Aziz Ansari to Sofía Vergara show celebrities grabbing food and relaxing at home after a long day of Emmys fun.
I first met Debra Messing last year at a City Meals on Wheels event. She is someone who stands out not only because she’s tall with an amazing mane of red hair, but because she’s incredibly warm and kind. Over the years, I’ve worked with, and met, many celebrities and Debra is one of the nicest. I recently interviewed Debra about being a mom, trying to be healthy, and why she has the best manners in Hollywood.