National Treasure Leslie Jordan opens up about ‘Will & Grace’ / Queerty rumor
Continuing his campaign to become the world’s most popular artist during the COVID-19[feminine confinement, acteur Leslie Jordan a commenté le querelle supposée entre son Volonté & Grâce les co-vedettes Debra Messing et Megan Mullally.
Jordan, qui joue le personnage récurrent de Beverly Leslie, une amie riche de Karen (Mullally), a parlé de sa dernière apparition dans la série en une interview avec Andy Cohen. Interrogé à bout portant sur la tension, Jordan a nié en être conscient.
« Je n’ai pas [see it]Jordan said. “I wish I could overthrow all of the [details]. “
“Megan and I were in a big vat of grapes, and the grapes didn’t boil properly, so there was a lot going on,” Jordan added, referring to a recreation of a famous grape juice scene from I love lucy. “If there was tension, I didn’t witness it.”
Jordan’s admission comes after a year of reports of off-screen fights between Messing and Mullally. The show’s co-creator, Max Muchnick, gave credence to rumors of a feud in a Weekly entertainment interview in which he confessed that filming the last season “has not been an easy year”. Mullally too alludes to bullying on set by an anonymous party in a podcast with her husband Nick Offerman.
“I was bullied,” she told Offerman. “I’m 60 and being bullied right now, so you know it’s a very insidious and dangerous thing and I never want to lose that happy, innocent part of myself, but it’s almost like you have to kill him. But I never will, it’s part of who I am, it’s intrinsic to my nature.