09:46 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 12/28/2011 05:50PM
Sparks have apparently been flying on the set of the new NBC musical series Smash!
A show insider confirms to PEOPLE that Debra Messing – who announced Dec. 20 that she was separating from her husband of 10 years, Daniel Zelman – is now dating her Smash costar, Will Chase.
Chase, 41, recently separated from his wife, Broadway actress Stephanie Gibson, and the couple are getting divorced, his rep tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 12/20/2011 03:30PM
Debra Messing and her husband, Daniel Zelman, have parted ways.
The pair, who are parents to 7½-year-old son Roman, "privately separated earlier this year after a 10 year marriage," Messing's rep confirms to PEOPLE.
"The decision was mutual, and they remain supportive of one another and committed to raising their son as a family."
Messing, 43, first met Zelman – now an actor and producer – when they were both students at New York University (and then dated for eight years).
Originally posted 12/16/2011 08:00AM
Originally posted 11/25/2008 08:00AM
Debra Messing still recalls the hurtful stories about her as she tried to lose her baby weight.
"It was written about in the tabloids a lot," the actress, 40, says of her post-baby body in the January issue of Shape magazine.
"On one page it showed all the actresses who got skinny in six weeks or less, and on the other page was me! I was so depressed and frustrated."
The Will & Grace star, who gave birth to son Roman in 2004, first tried a physical trainer but the demanding workouts were too much.
"I was exhausted! I couldn't work out three hours a day and do my job as a mother and an actress. So I took the pressure off: I cut back on seeing the trainer but started eating healthier."
Originally posted 08/09/2007 02:00PM
Call it the battle of the bumps: For pregnant roles in upcoming films, Katharine McPhee and Debra Messing will both don faux bellies, but only one will be brand new.
Originally posted 01/25/2005 06:00AM
Though she announced some of the nominees for AOL's Moviefone Moviegoer Awards, it seems Will & Grace star Debra Messing doesn't go to many films. Or so it would seem, as she had trouble pronouncing three of the movie titles. Hotel Rwanda became "Hotel Rwinda," Spike Lee's She Hate Me came out "She Hates Me," and The Polar Express turned into "The Polar Bear Express." The latter, she said, is due to her 9-month-old son, Roman, whose favorite book is Polar Bear, Polar Bear. Messing appeared at the L.A. event with Dermot Mulroney, her costar in the upcoming romantic comedy The Wedding Date – and though it doesn't open until Feb. 4, she was already on the lookout for an award at next year's ceremony. "We could be nominated next year for best screen kiss, perhaps," she said. Mulroney said jokingly: "There's at least one (kiss), let's put it that way. There might be four or five. I lost count after three." Of her costar appearing on Will & Grace, Messing said, "He's very elusive. But I would love to have him on the show. I would love any opportunity to work with him again."
Originally posted 09/02/2004 12:00PM
Gwyneth Paltrow and Apple Blythe Alison, 4 monthsForget the first smile (though they are heart-melting). The real milestones in a new mother's life are: (1) Getting back into skinny jeans; and (2) Leaving the kid with a sitter for the first time. By returning to her yoga mat – which she had used throughout the pregnancy, alongside supportive husband Chris Martin – Paltrow, 31, turned up scarcely a month after Apple's May 14 birth in a pair of slender Seven jeans. (Recently, Martin, 27, dropped the wife off at an East Hampton, N.Y., yoga studio to down-dog it alone.) Though she now jokes that "blush and a girdle" explain her enviable appearance just days after a 70-hour labor, she allows that losing the 35 lbs. she put on was "tough." Tougher still for Paltrow is leaving her golden, delicious Apple at home.
Originally posted 04/15/2004 01:00PM
Charlie's AngelDenise Richards can attest: Her "compassionate" and "sensitive" husband can also be devilishly charming. But at 3 a.m. on a recent Wednesday morning, the lady at his side – his newborn daughter Sam – was simply not going to be soothed. "I changed her three or four times and fed her and did the burping," he says. For four hours he tried to get her to go to sleep, but she still wailed every time he left her nursery. "Finally I took her to Denise, and we put her between us," he says, "and she fell right asleep." The lesson? To heck with experts who suggest you let babies cry themselves to sleep. "You know what? No," Sheen, 38, says. "There's a time when compassion outweighs everything else."
Originally posted 04/08/2004 01:00PM
First an Emmy, and now a baby.
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