Debra Messing WhoSayed this photo of herself in makeup on the set of The Mysteries of Laura, and somehow she kept her robe up high enough that she didn’t reveal too much. I wonder how she did that because whenever I try to do something like that, I wind up showing more than I want to. Hopefully, this will be one of the mysteries she has to solve on her new show that debuts September 24th on NBC.
As long as we have known Debra Messing she has had flowing red curls or waves, but that might no longer be the case. The Mysteries of Laura star posted a photo of herself with short black hair. So did she cut off her hair and dye it? Nope, it was just the actress having some fun with a wig after a long day of work on the NBC cop show that debuts on September 24th.
So do you think she should go for it or stay just the way she is?
Debra Messing posted this picture on WhoSay of herself holding a rather large zucchini. So is this her new male co-star? Nope, she explained, “My hairstylist knew I was tired , so he said ‘I brought you a present,’ and presented me with his gigantic zucchini … #enoughsaid”. Is it enough said?
Now when it comes to actress from The Mysteries of Laura without any makeup, I say she looks the same without it as she does with it. I think one of the mysteries she has to solve on her NBC show cop drama that debuts on September 24th, is how is that possible?
Ever wonder how those Hollywood starlets can go up a cup without any surgery? Well, Debra Messing revealed the secret on her WhoSay account. It’s makeup! Who knew some outlining in just the right spots would do wonders for a woman’s cleavage, but as you can see it really does.
And to see how realistic they look without the tissues, you will have to tune into her new show Mysteries of Laura, September 24th on NBC.
Megan Hilty and her husband, Brian Gallagher, are having a baby. The Sean Saves the World actress Tweeted, “2 years ago today I met the man of my dreams and now we’re proud to announce we’re starting a family! #happybirthdaytome!” And she told Us Weekly the news was a birthday present to her husband because that is when she found out their family was expanding.
You know that their baby is not only going to be cute, it is going to have an amazing singing voice thanks to its parents.
Yesterday Smash went out the way it came in, brilliantly. Throughout the season we have heard different versions of Broadway, Here I Come, but the one that was performed at the faux Tonys was the best one of them all. So whether you loved the show, hated it, loved to hate it or never seen it, listen the song and think what could’ve been for season 3.
So what would’ve been had it been renewed? Here is what season 2 EP Josh Safran told Entertainment Weekly he had mapped out for the show had it been renewed, “…after Karen is at Table 46 at the end of the episode, before Jimmy comes to talk to her, an agent played by Nadja Dajani comes over to her and says, ‘I know you didn’t win tonight, but I want to tell you I think you’re incredible and I don’t just think you’re a stage star — I think you’re a movie star.’ It would have paved the way for what the plan for season 3 was.” Then he added, “The plan for season 3 in my mind was a Hollywood movie musical. It would shoot in New York. I felt like after two seasons of watching two shows full trajectories, I didn’t want to repeat the story again so I thought I would take the season off and do a movie musical still using Broadway actors, still using Broadway stages, maybe it would have even been set in the world of Broadway. Who knows because we didn’t even get that far but it would have given audiences a season to [see] a different way of muscials being put together and then you could come back to Broadway in season 4. You see the seeds that are in the finale.”
Reading what he had in mind for the new season, makes me wish another network would pick it up so we can see what could’ve been. Smash is a cable show and not one for broadcast television. Broadway is just not something people get on the broadcast channels, but people who watch cable get it a little more. Can you imagine was VH1 or Bravo or USA could do with this show? It would spectacular!
Smash is back on NBC tonight with a 2 hour premiere and you don’t want to skip a single beat of this episode.
The show picks up back in NYC and Bombshell has finished it Boston run. Now they are just waiting for the musical to find a home on Broadway and that will prove to be harder than anyone thought with all of the positive buzz it has.
Some things to look forward to tonight; breakups, new characters, scandals, second chances, apologies, and singing, lots and lots of singing. Music wise there will be a duet with Jennifer Hudson and Katharine McPhee singing On Broadway so spectacularly that you will be running to iTunes to buy it when the music stops, Megan Hilty wows with Don’t Dream It’s Over and Smash’s newcomer Jeremy Jordan will blow you away with his voice.
On that note Jordan plays Jimmy Collins, a bartender whose dream is to write songs for Broadway. His best friend and co-worker Kyle (Andy Mientus) is the Tom to his Julia. And Karen is going to discover these two and try to convince Derek that they are the next best thing. That will be much easier said than done.
Meanwhile Derek is working with Veronica Moore (Jennifer Hudson), who is Broadway’s biggest star. She is going to take a liking to Karen and together they will make beautiful music.
Then there is everyone else who is struggling to decide what to do with themselves as Bombshell awaits its fate.
The show has a different feel than last season and the changes just made me love it even more. And I was already fan who loved every single note of the first season!
NBC has released its first major preview for the second season of Smash and I can’t wait for the show to come back on February 5th. It appears that going in a new a direction will only make the show stronger, and it was pretty strong to begin with. Seriously all I have to say after watching that is “Bravo, bravo!”
Smash might have some big guest stars lending their talent to the show for the second season like Jennifer Hudson and Sean Hayes, but today they announced their biggest name yet to grace the show! Liza with Z then M I double-N then E double-L I is going to appear on the show about Broadway some time in the late Spring. Minnelli will have the tough part of playing herself, so hopefully she will nail it. Not only will she be portraying the great Liza Minnelli, she will also be singing an original song on the NBC musical drama with Christian Borle.
So when is this show that has been off the air for way to long coming back to our televisions? Mark your calendars because opening night is February 5th and you don’t want to be late for the curtain going up!
Jack and Grace, I mean Sean Hayes and Debra Messing are working together on a NBC show for the first time in 6 years and I am confused by what show it is for after seeing these pictures of their reunion. Hayes is the Executive Producer of Grimm who is guest starring on Messing’s show Smash, but the way she going after his neck it looks like she should be on his show instead of the other way around. Unless Smash is taking a much different direction this season since Vampires are so much hotter than singing shows on TV this year? Maybe they are modernizing Marilyn and we find out she really didn’t die in 1962 but instead was turned into a Vampire who works as her own impersonator who kills off her competition by bleeding them dry? Of course it is still a musical because you can’t go too far away from the original plot of the show. I’m in, are you?