All is good between Will & Grace stars Debra Messing and Megan Mullally after rumors spread about their alleged feud… at least according to their costar Eric McCormack.
“It seems crazy. It is crazy!” Eric, 56, told Us Weekly exclusively at the Project Angel Food Angel Awards Gala on Saturday, September 14. “I think people worried about that entirely too much.”
“The four of us get along like a house on fire, we always have,” the Emmy-winning actor added about the bond that he shares with Debra, 51, Megan, 60, and Sean Hayes.
A conspiracy theory started going around in August about why Will & Grace was cancelled when fans noticed that Debra and Megan unfollowed each other on social media. Everyone from the primary cast included still follow each other minus the two funny ladies, leading many to believe that the show got the axe for personal reasons and not professional ones.
Debra only made matters worse when she shared an on set Instagram selfie with just Sean and Eric days after speculation began about her rumored feud with Megan. “You’re stirring up the chatter with this… c’mon be better than that,” one fan wrote in the comments section.
“The show’s ending because we want to make sure that it ends up properly, that we go out on top, that it never gets sort of lost in the shuffle,” Eric explained to Us. “We’re going to go out, I think those 18 episodes airing in a row, NBC’s doing it all at once, which I used to love that. So it’s going to go big. It’s going to go out in a way that I’m really going to be proud of.”
Season two of the show’s reboot ended with Jack marrying Estefan (Brian Jordan Alvarez), Will proposing to McCoy (Matt Bomer), Karen’s brief stint as a lesbian coming to an end and Grace jetting off to Europe with a man she just met (Reid Scott).