Debra Messing

The "Will & Grace" star responded to backlash over her tweet questioning why the reality star was qualified to host the late-night sketch show.
"Am I missing something," Messing wrote about Kardashian's hosting gig, to which one fan responded, "Yes Debra ... like the last 40 years."
Kidman has "enough damn jobs ... Let someone else eat," read one of Messing's many retweets about the casting.
The actor also opened up about the origin of her new podcast, "The Dissenters."
The president lambasted the actress, calling her a "McCarthy style racist," in a series of tweets after she asked for a list of attendees for an upcoming fundraiser.
"Her brilliance burst through and shined its light upon all of us."
The "Will & Grace" star wants to talk policy changes with the president.
The cast members also shared what their characters would be up to in Season 2 of the NBC revival.
Sarandon, of course, responded with a shout-down of her own.
If the horror genre is defined by trends, then this John Cho-led addition — playing out entirely on screens — is the latest pivot toward a fresh source of fear.
The "Friends" and "Will & Grace" crossover you dreamed of is sort of happening.
Ricky Gervais and Debra Messing are among those condemning the big-game hunter.
The "Will & Grace" star described her rude welcome to television in an interview with Sharon Stone.
The network also announced Season 2 would include more episodes.
Sadler quit in December after discovering that her male co-host “made close to double” her salary.
Actresses including Debra Messing, Eva Longoria, Laura Dern and Sarah Jessica Parker challenged E! News on the red carpet about equal pay for women, after former E! News co-host Catt Sadler left her job when she discovered her male co-host earned double her salary.
“I was so shocked to hear that E! doesn’t believe in paying their female co-host the same as their male co-host,” Messing said.