Debra Messing wanted Grace to be a feminist in show reboot

Girls pic! At the event Debra took time for a selfie with fellow NBC star Mariska Hargitay ABC hostess Diane Sawyer and Nancy Jarecki who is the wife of The Jinx director Andrew Jarecki

Girls pic! At the event Debra took time for a selfie with fellow NBC star Mariska Hargitay ABC hostess Diane Sawyer and Nancy Jarecki who is the wife of The Jinx director Andrew Jarecki

Messing joined co-stars Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally and the show's co-creators, Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, on Saturday for a conversation about the upcoming reboot at the inaugural Tribeca TV Festival, per Vulture.

Messing went first and belted out, "I'm Debra Messing, as you probably know". If you're hoping to refresh yourself on the origins of the gang, the show's second episode is the one to study. "Grace is a character that I play, an interior designer and Will's roommate". McCormack (Will) follows with an equally cringe-worthy verse, singing, "I'm Eric McCormack, and I play Will. The show is comin" back, and I'm playin' him still. "You can see it this fall on NBC". Somehow the Peacock network gods knew that, during the age of Trump, when Twitter was filled with Pepe trolls and white supremacists were controlling the sale of tiki torches, we'd need a couple of gay angels and their heterosexual side-chicks to help us sort through this Dumpster-fire called life.

Then comes the catchy chorus: "Get down!" But, of course, things got more amped up when Karen and "Just Jack!" hit the stage.

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Hayes chimed to remind us that, while Will & Grace "just might be the best show in the whole universe", the revival is "still on NBC so we can't f-ing curse".

"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon jumped onstage to wrap up the number, complete with jazz hands.

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