This Poor Celebrity Is So Famous She Can’t Go Anywhere In New York City
For Debra Messing, being famous has become a problem.
The actress who’s most famous for her role in the hit TV show “Will and Grace” complained that she can’t go anywhere in New York City without being recognized.
“I will never get my anonymity back,” Messing told Haute Living. “I can’t walk through Times Square, and when I go to Broadway shows, it’s an issue.”
The self-righteous redhead said that it’s not as much of a problem in the colder months when she can conceal herself, but otherwise she’s limited to where she can go in the Big Apple.
“In winter, when I have a hat on, a scarf wrapped around my face, and you can’t see the color of my hair, I can walk anywhere,” she said.
Although being devastatingly famous makes it difficult to live in New York, Messing prefers it over Los Angeles.
“The thing I love about New York is that I feel I’m part of the humanity here,” she humbly admitted. “In L.A., everyone is in the same business. Here, you can’t go on a subway or walk the streets without bumping into people who are of a different, race, religion, or socioeconomic level.”
“It makes me feel small in a way that feels healthy,” Messing added.