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Thursday 18 December 2014

Debra Messing anticipates hilarious Hayes reunion

Debra Messing
Debra Messing

Debra Messing anticipates her on-screen reunion with Sean Hayes "to be full of giggles".

The actress is excited about working with her former co-star on American musical theatre show Smash.

The pair starred together on hit comedy programme Will & Grace for eight years and Debra can't wait to enjoy Sean's company on set again.

"It's a reunion that's going to be full of giggles. I'm chomping at the bit on getting back on set with him again," she told New York Daily News. "The joking on [the Will & Grace] set was relentless. I'm sure we're gonna fall right back into it."

Debra also revealed she has been instilling a love of Broadway productions in her son Roman from a young age. The star explained that the theatre-dominated area full of incredible performers and dazzling productions is synonymous to buzzing New York City.

"It's a luxury and a privilege and a joy to be in the presence of these brave and special actors, singers and dancers," she said. "It's just amazing. That's New York."

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