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Debra Messing News Archive
It was no big surprise that NBC smashed Smashed to pieces.
But, it's still sad to see it go.
Yes, the network has finally let the show out of its misery and has cancelled it after two years of being on the air. NBC recently axed a slew of its network programming, so we had a feeling the show was on the chopping block.
But, what does the show's star, Katharine McPhee have to say about it?
Yes, we are hinting at something… TAKE THAT HINT, RYAN MURPHY!
The stars of the New York stage showed up to the 2013 Broadway Audience Choice Awards at the Lincoln Center in NYC last night.
Hosted by Wendy Williams, the award show honored the best of the current Broadway season as voted for directly by fans and public audiences!
Ch-ch-check out the photos (below) for a better look!
As we gear up for the Tony Awards, we can't help but wonder — are yesterday's winners shoe-ins for their respective Tony nominations?! We're looking at you, Kinky Boots. Cyndi and Harvey Fierstein's musical collaboration took the award show by storm, taking home the award for Favorite New Musical!
Could this be the little engine that could?! Here's hoping!
[Image via Alberto Reyes/WENN.]
Smash's ship might be sinking fast, but no matter what night the show airs Bernadette Peters will ALWAYS be a star!
This time Bernadette could be staying on the show for longer than one episode at a time after being offered a role in the fictional play, Bombshell.
Maybe she is the star power the TV show needs???!
Regardless, we'll always welcome a performance from this bright-eyed bubbly icon!!!!
Ch-ch-check out the sneak peek (above)!
But finally it looks like there might be a bit of a silver lining for fans of the show!
Rumors began swirling that Katharine McPhee might also be on her way out, a move that would most likely be the last nail in the coffin for the dying series. One source even went so far as to say:
It's not looking good for a third season of Smash, after being relegated to the not-so-prime time slot on Saturday night!
But at least one star might be making a Grace-ful early exit!
Debra Messing has been announced as the star and executive producer of a new CBS comedy created by two Sex And The City writers.
Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky also wrote on Smash, and it seems the writers saw the writing on the wall and decided it was time to go into business for themselves!
It will be sad to see Smash go, but it's nice to know we won't be Messing anything!
[Image via Twitter.]
Not only will nominee be performing, but she will be presenting along with Taylor Swift, Robert Pattinson, Megan Fox, Rosario Dawson, Jeremy Irons, Jessica Alba, Lucy Liu, and Dennis Quaid for one of Hollywood's most glamorous occasions.
The new slew of presenters will join previously announced George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Garner , Debra Messing, Kerry Washington, Nathan Fillion, Jason Statham, Jennifer Lopez, Kristen Wiig, Jeremy Renner, Amanda Seyfried and Will Ferrell.
DAYUM. Talk about an all star line-up!!!
[Image via WENN.]
Hot damn, they are SERIOUSLY amping this one up for its second season!
Sean Hayes will be once again reunited with his Will & Grace co-star Debra Messing when he joins the cast of Smash for its second season this fall!
According to reports, he'll be playing a comedian and TV star named Terrence Falls who be making his Broadway debut on the NBC drama's new fictional musical, Liasions, and gets into some serious DRAMA with