‘Will & Grace’ Cast Humbled By Shows’ Impact On The LGBTQ Community | TV News
The cast of the groundbreaking comedy Will & Grace are humbled by its impact on the LGBTQ Community, reacting to a public endorsement from US Vice President Joe Biden. Back in 2012, the VP praised the Emmy-award winning show for doing more to:
“Educate the American public than almost anything anybody has ever done”.
Sean Hayes reacted his words by saying: “It was amazing when Joe Biden said a few years ago that we did more to move the gay movement forward than almost anything,”
Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes shared the stage at NBC’s gala event, though Debra Messing only sent a video message due to her commitments on The Mysteries of Laura.
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