So, it turns out that Jack off-of Will & Grace is gay. Who let that cat out of the bag?

Aw Jackie

*falls off chair. stays prone until bumming occurs. returns to chair*

Yes. It’s true. You may never have guessed it, not even for a moment, not even in the midst of some very intense, maybe drug-related, wishful thinking. But Sean Hayes off-of W&G is a gay. A big one. And he’s only just come out. Or been forced out, if we’re reading the small print (which we rarely do, which is why we have so much technology lying around the me-me-me office that we have no idea the purpose thereof).

‘I feel like I’ve contributed monumentally to the success of the gay movement in America,’ he says, getting a stars and stripes flag (in pink!) out of his pocket and waving it (like a girl). ‘And if anyone wants to argue that, I’m open to it. You’re welcome, Advocate.’

Get the hint of a little snippy in that last bit? You should. The Advocate (like a gay magazine only much more boring) ran a fake Q&A with him a while back laughing at the way he assumed no one knew he was gay.

Well, that’s by the Spaghetti Junction by-pass. We’re glad to have you out and proud and ready for action. Megan Mullally assures us you’re a bottom, btw. Oh, sorry *checks notes* She was talking about Jack.

How good an actor are you, Sean?

See baby Sean make his Broadway debut (we think, no time to research now – we have a soup on) in Promises, Promises, a musical written by Burt Bacharach of ‘Do You Know the Way to Walk On By San Jose’ fame.

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3 comments to “So, it turns out that Jack off-of Will & Grace is gay. Who let that cat out of the bag?”

  1. hope he’s better on Broadway than Megan was in London. dire.

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  2. Shut your mouth, Simpson! She was great. Capital G. Capital R. Capital rest of it, can’t be bothered to type it.

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  3. ‘I feel like I’ve contributed monumentally to the success of the gay movement in America’

    How? by playing a gay stereotype from the 1970s, refusing to admit he’s gay during the height of his fame and begrudgingly admitting it only when he’s forced. WELL DONE SEAN HAYES.

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