Debra Messing and Eric McCormack for the 15th anniversary of Will&Grace on TodayPublished on: 11 December, 2013 (0) Comments!
I found the interview of Debra and Eric at Today show celebrating the 15th anniversary since when Will&Grace premiered on NBC.
Public and Tv Appereances 2013 UpdatedPublished on: 10 December, 2013 (0) Comments!
Hello, I’m so sorry for the lack of the past months but both Connie and I are having bad times to stay full time behind the fansite. I’ve added the missing events and tv appereances in HQ to the gallery. Enjoy them!
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2013 > TAO Downtown Grand Opening NYC
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2013 > Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences’ Presents An Evening Honoring James Burrows
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2013 > Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award Gala
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2013 > Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation Hosts Angel Ball 2013
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2013 > Mariska Hargitay’s Hollywood Star
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2013 > Mean-Spirited by Mistake? Raising Caring Kids
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2013 > Outside Mullingar Broadway Cast Photocall
TV Appearances > Today – 17.10.13
Debra Messing and Eric McCormack discuss ‘Will & Grace’ legacy, karaoke, and ‘Breaking Bad’Published on: 9 December, 2013 (0) Comments!
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The duo kept fans laughing for eight years on Will & Grace, and now –since it has been 15 years since Will & Grace premiered — Messing and McCormack stopped by EW to reminisce, not to mention continue to crack us up.
The two’s fan-favorite chemistry was on display when they took EW’s Pop Culture Personality Test together, teasing each other while Messing shared her Meryl Streep love and McCormack discussed just how many karaoke CDs he own (Hint: It’s a lot.)
The laughing continued when the duo talked about their thoughts on Will & Grace‘s legacy. Messing told EW that the episode people most approach her to gush about is the “exploding water bra” from the episode “Das Boob.” For McCormack, it’s the series finale. “I get people coming up to me wanting to talk about that last scene,” he explained. “The idea that there were these two young people that everyone in the audience assumed was us, in flashback, and then when they realized it was our kids, the gasp from that audience, and then us coming in as people in our sixties, everyone always says they cried.”
Watch the video for more from Messing and McCormack, where in addition to answering our questions about first celebrity crushes and television moments they’ve rewound, fans can see that the two should really consider a musical recording together — if only they could remember all the words to said duets.
Will & Grace is now newly in reruns on WEtv, where it airs weekdays from 5:00-8:00 p.m. ET, as well as all night on Tuesdays beginning at 8:00 p.m.
I’m sorry for my absentPublished on: 30 October, 2013 (0) Comments!
Oh wow, I can’t believe that I has been close to a year since my last post on this site.
My life has been and still is crazy busy, and I sadly haven’t had time to sit down and look at fansites or even check up on what sweet Debra Messing has been up to. Lucikly my friend Claudia have helped by taking a little care of the site, so it’s not more behind than it is. I will try and get it up-to-date again, but it will take me some time.
See you around.
Debra Messing on her iconic role: “I believe we will be be ‘Will’ and ‘Grace’ forever, until we die” (Video)Published on: 30 October, 2013 (0) Comments!
Following their heart-warming and entertaining interview on “Piers Morgan Live,” (airs 9p), actors Eric McCormack and Debra Messing were gracious enough to join Jason Kurtz in the show’s “Green Room” for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes chat.
Best-known for their iconic portrayals as the title characters in NBC’s hit comedy “Will & Grace,” the duo reflected on how quickly time has passed since the show captured America’s attention, and subsequently, its hearts:
“It feels like five years,” Messing tells Kurtz, the program’s Digital Producer. “Really, it’s insane that it’s been 15 years.”