So it's nice to see that Will & Grace stars Debra Messing and Eric Mc Cormack still light up when they see each other even though it's been 15 years since they started playing their iconic TV characters.
It has been reported that the actor and his life partner are not happy with all the nasty talks that go behind the couple’s back.TMZ reports that the pop diva pulled the plug on her nearly five-month romance with the 33-year-old backup dancer due to his spending habits and his jealousy over her relationship with ex-husband Nick Cannon, with whom she shares 5-year-old twins Moroccon and Monroe.According to TMZ, Tanaka felt “disrespected” when Carey and Cannon, 36, attended the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards with their children on March 11.'s 2006 series finale ended with Eric Mc Cormack's character, Will, welcoming a son with his partner Vincent (Bobby Cannavale), in the forthcoming revival series, Will is once again playing the field. "We'd done a finale that not only answered the questions, but made it impossible," he said."He's got a little bit more self-confidence and that's going to leave some very interesting dating things," Mc Cormack, 54, told and other reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday, August 3. "People saw that election video and what people responded to wasn't just how funny that video was, but how the show looks the same and feels the same. So why are we stuck with this ending that we gave it when we don't have to be?