The Cast Of ‘Will & Grace’ Reunited Again For An Anti-Trump Musical Number
Please bring back this show.
The cast of Will & Grace have certainly not been shy when it comes to sharing their feelings about the race for the White House. Back in September, Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes released a 10-minute web episode in which they hung a profuse amount of shit on Donald Trump. Now, with less than a week to go until the election, they’ve doubled down with a performance of an extremely catchy anti-Trump musical number at a Hillary Clinton fundraiser in LA.
Sung to the tune of ‘Gee, Officer Krupke’ from West Side Story with alternate lyrics by YouTube star Randy Rainbow, the song sees the actors heaping praise on Hillary Clinton, while offering a…less charitable description of her opponent.
“The trouble is he’s racist, the trouble is he’s unfair, the trouble is he’s tasteless, the trouble is his hair,” they sing of Trump. “We don’t know how he got here, can’t wait ’til he is gone, hope he doesn’t sue us for this song!”
They go on to mock him for his “tiny little baby hands”, with McCormack calling him a “misogynistic demagogue who should never be President.” Ouch.
Fingers crossed this convinces a few Trump supporters to change their vote…or at the very least, that it convinces Netflix to commit to that hypothetical Will & Grace revival. Or both. Both would be ideal.
— Eric McCormack (@EricMcCormack) October 28, 2016