‘Will & Grace’ Reboot Drama Made Up By Tabloid

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Will Grace Reboot Drama

By Andrew Shuster |

Will Grace Reboot Drama

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Is there really drama going on behind-the-scenes of the upcoming “Will & Grace” reboot? That’s the claim in one of this week’s new tabloids, but Gossip Cop is assured the alleged tension is completely made-up.

The popular NBC sitcom, which ended its initial eight-season run in 2006, is returning for a 16-episode season this fall. An article in the latest issue of the National Enquirer now alleges some of the cast members are already feuding on set. A supposed “source” tells the magazine, “Debra Messing has never been easy to work with, and time hasn’t softened her. In fact, if anything she has gotten worse.”

The outlet’s questionable insider goes on to claim Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally, who play fan-favorite supporting characters Jack and Karen, are stealing the spotlight from Messing and fellow lead Eric McCormack. “Some are already saying the show should be renamed ‘Karen & Jack’ instead of ‘Will & Grace,'” adds the seemingly phony source, who further contends that Messing is furious about her co-stars supposedly outshining her.

It should be noted, however, that the Enquirer published this phony article before filming on the revival had even commenced. In fact, Messing announced the first day of taping on Wednesday night by posting an Instagram video alongside her fellow cast members, all of whom appear to be quite fond of one another. Regardless of the magazine’s story being provably untrue, Gossip Cop still checked in with a production insider, who exclusively assures us the vibe on set couldn’t be more positive. We’re further told the cast and crew are all thrilled to reunite for the highly-anticipated revival.

Watch Messing’s Instagram video below for even more proof there’s zero drama happening behind-the-scenes of the “Will & Grace” reboot.

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