Cast of Will & Grace release a pro Hillary Clinton presidential ad: 'Vote Honey'
We knew something was up with the cast of the 90s hit sitcom show Will & Grace when we saw pictures of the cast hanging out together a few days ago.
The leading tweet came from actress Debra Messing who played Grace Adler on the show, who shared a video on Twitter along with Sean Hayes (who played Jack MacFarland).
The video, shot like an action film trailer says, “A band of heroes will assemble. To protect the world from aliens and destruction. Only an act of grace can save them."
"In their battle for what is right. Only they can bring America back from the brink.”
This contains the hidden message “Will & Grace is back”, with each of those words highlighted in red throughout the 20-seconds.
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) September 26, 2016
While this would appear to be teasing another season of the popular sitcom which ran for eight seasons starting from 1998 we just found out it is,in fact, a presidential ad for none other than Hillary Clinton.
The 10-minute video, titled #VoteHoney, which released just hours before the first presidential debate aired, has the main characters Will, Grace, Karen and Jack in their iconic New York apartment. Will and Grace lament Trump's presidential campaign when Karen, who is filthy rich, storms in as a pro-Trump supporter.
"Make America bueno again!" she cheers with a Trump sticker on her $10,000 Hermes handbag.
The three then convince Jack, who is one of the more laid back characters in the show, to remember to vote on election day. Will and Grace try and convince Jack to vote for Clinton while Karen tries to convince him to vote for Trump.
Jack finally decides to vote for Clinton when Will tells him, "Katy Perry likes Hillary."
The video comes just days after the cast of award-winning political drama West Wing announced they were reuniting to campaign for Clinton ahead of the November election.
Meanwhile Vanity Fair has also speculated that a Will & Grace reunion or a series renewal might be on the cards since Fuller House, Gilmore Girls and Arrested Development have got the reboot.