Gwyneth Paltrow's Mom Sings! Plus More Things You Didn't Know About Blythe Danner

Besides being known as Gwyneth Paltrow’s mom, Blythe Danner is a Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress whose career has spanned 50 years.

The 72-year-old has appeared in hit shows including Will & Grace and movies like Meet the Parents. Now, after a half-century in the business, she has landed her first leading onscreen role – as a widow who finds romance again in her latest movie, I’ll See You in My Dreams.

See Will and Grace Reunite on The Mysteries of Laura

Will Truman, a killer?

Never! That’s just Eric McCormack playing a murder suspect opposite his former Will & Grace costar on The Mysteries of Laura.

In their special reunion episode airing this Wednesday, Debra’s character Laura Diamond accuses McCormack, aka Dr. Andrew Devlin, of killing his wife to “get off the financial hamster wheel.”

Sean Hayes Engaged to Scott Icenogle

He won’t be “Just Jack” for much longer: Sean Hayes is engaged, PEOPLE confirms.

The Millers actor – best known for his role as the flamboyant Jack McFarland on Will & Grace – set off engagement speculation Monday when he appeared on CBS morning show The Talk sporting a band on his left ring finger.

Debra Messing's Diet Struggle: I Have Fond Memories of Junk Food

She may have switched to a healthy diet and lost 20 lbs., but Debra Messing misses all the bad food she had to give up.

“I miss everything,” she told PEOPLE at the Joyful Revolution Gala in N.Y.C. on Thursday.

“I loved burgers and fries and pizzas – the greasiest food. Literally if I could, I would subsist on all of that.”

John Stamos Responds to Blogger Who Slammed Full House

John Stamos has one thing to say to a blogger who slammed sitcoms like Full House – have mercy!

Huffington Post writer Annelia Alex claimed in a blog post that Stamos’s old show and others like it “distorted my expectations for reality.”

And Stamos, who starred on Full House for eight years, called her out in a post on Facebook.

Debra Messing 'Contends with Guilt' over Her Divorce

Debra Messing is opening up about her divorce in the June issue of More magazine.

“We both wanted it to last forever, and it’s a sad thing that it wasn’t able to go the course,” the Smash actress says of her 10-year marriage to writer Daniel Zelman.

“Part of me will always contend with guilt that I wasn’t able to give my son the fantasy that my parents were able to give me.”

Will & Grace's Last Laugh

The hair-and-makeup crew had their hands extra full on the set of Will & Grace last month. Shooting the show s final episode after eight irreverent years did a number on the entire cast.

“There were a lot of snotty, tearful faces all around the set,” Megan Mullally, who played insult-flinging, martini-swigging Karen, tells PEOPLE. “When we got to the very, very last scene, everybody was just a mess. We started sobbing and hugging each other. That was it.”

Janet Jackson Meets Will & Grace

CAST: In her first TV acting appearance in two decades, Janet Jackson will play herself on an episode of Will & Grace set to tape Tuesday and air Sept. 23, NBC announced. Series regular Sean Hayes (Jack) will play one of her backup dancers. In related news, the National Football League, which was stung by Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” at this year’s Super Bowl, announced Monday that it has assumed complete control of all entertainment related to its games. MTV had produced the halftime show at which Jackson’s breast was bared.

NEWS BRIEFS: JFK Jr. Considered Senate

OPPOSED: John Kennedy Jr. was said to be “upset” when Hillary Rodham Clinton announced she was running for the office of Democratic U.S. Senator from New York, a job that he wanted, according to author Laurence Leamer’s new book, “Sons of Camelot.” But the New York Post quotes Leamer as saying that Kennedy (who was killed in a 1999 plane crash) put his political ambitions on hold for Clinton because he was a gentleman.

Connick, Bacon to Join 'Will & Grace'

Will Grace Adler find true love at last – with Harry Connick Jr.? Will Kevin Bacon ever find out he is being stalked by Jack McFarland? These are the questions that may be answered when NBC’s hit sitcom “Will & Grace” starts its new season Sept. 26. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Connick, 34, will play the new love in Grace’s life – Grace being Debra Messing, of course. When last we left Grace, she’d been knocked over by a horse in Central Park. Now, guess who was riding that horse?