Debra Messing and Katharine McPhee were back together, only this time on Broadway.
The former Smash co-stars got got giddy and emotional when Debra visited Katharine backstage after her performance in Waitress the musical at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York City on Saturday.
The gal pals hugged it out for a few photos by themselves, as well as with the entire cast.
Broadway reunion: Debra Messing visited Katharine McPhee backstage after her performance in Waitress the music in New York City on Saturday
Emotional: Debra and Katharine were like long-lost sisters during their time together backstage
Smash performance! Katharine won a Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for her Broadway debut in Waitress
Katharine looked cool but casual wearing a white one-piece outfit that resembled a jumpsuit but with shorts. It had a belt to highlight here slender but curvy figure.
She rounded out her look with white sneakers and her hair in a dark bob-cut, for now. The former American Idol star admits she has been a bit of a serial-hair dyer.
As for Debra, she went with a very youthful look with a white blazer with black trim, black leather pants and black clog shoes. She had her famous red locks pulled back off her face that showcased her big huge smile.
Over the moon: the Will & Grace star was giddy over her gal pal’s performance in Waitress on Broadway
Lovely Ladies! The former Smash co-stars look super youthful and stylish in white
Reasons to smile: the reboot of Will & Grace has been renewed for two more seasons
The ladies have more reasons to smile.
Just last week, Katharine, 34, won a Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for her Broadway debut in Waitress, in the role previously played by Sara Bareilles. While, Debra, 49, has another hit with the reboot of Will & Grace. It has already been renewed for both a tenth and eleventh season.
Katharine and Debra have some history together when it comes to musicals. They starred together in the TV show Smash. It revolved around a group of characters who created Broadway musicals, where everyone must balance their often chaotic personal life with the all-consuming demands of life in the theater.
It garnered some critical success when it premiered in 2012 that also included a nomination for a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series– Musical or Comedy. However, the show was cancelled after the second season in 2013.
Smash reviews: Debra and Katharine starred in the show Smash; it had some critical success before being cancelled after its second season in 2013
Making music: Smash revolved around a group of characters who created Broadway musicals