Megan Mullally

Her "Will & Grace" co-stars mourned the loss of their "dear Rosie," referring to the salty-tongued maid who Morrison played from 1999 to 2006.
The "Will & Grace" star offered some pointed jokes about Hollywood sexism in her monologue.
"Black Panther" was the night's big winner.
Stars brought the glitz and glamour at the only awards show for actors, by actors.
The actress' reaction to the 2005 video? "If you guys need me, I'll be in the hole in the ground."
The cast members also shared what their characters would be up to in Season 2 of the NBC revival.
The host and her girlfriends had a few laughs because of Mullally’s naiveté.
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Leslie Jordan previously stated the cast is ready to film 10 new episodes.
And it couldn't be more relevant in Trump's America, she said.