It's been 11 years since the cast of Will & Grace said goodbye to television and a lot has changed about the landscape of TV, as well as the show's stars who are a decade older and wiser.

While on the 2017 Emmys red carpet earlier today, Will & Grace's lead, Debra Messing dished to E! News' Giuliana Rancic on the upcoming revival of the beloved sitcom and dished on which of her pals has changed the most. Amazingly enough, it's been 19 years since the hit NBC show first debuted.

Without hesitation, the actress, who was donning Romona Keveza, said, "I think Sean [Hayes]—because he was the baby when we started (in 1998). He hadn't done anything and he was kind of like Bambi when we started and now he's a big Hollywood producer."

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She continued to praise TV's "Just Jack" McFarland, saying, "Now he's full-on man, full-on knows everything!"

She's not lying! Hayes has had a prolific career producing TV shows ever since breaking big on the Peacock network in the late '90s. He's produced Hot in Cleveland, Grimm, Hollywood Game Night and many more programs.

You can see Just Jack, Grace and the rest of the gang when the new Will & Grace premieres on Thursday, Sept. 28 on NBC.

(E! and NBC are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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