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27 марта, 15:00

Макрон попался на незнании географии

Кандидат в президенты Франции Эммануэль Макрон, выступая во время своей поездки по заморским территориям Франции, назвал расположенную на южноамериканском континенте Французскую Гвиану островом.

27 марта, 11:53

Макрон назвал Французскую Гвиану островом

Кандидат на пост президента Франции Эммануэль Макрон во время выступления в Реюньоне – заморском департаменте Франции – назвал расположенную на южноамериканском континенте Французскую Гвиану островом. В декабре прошлого года Макрон допустил похожую географическую ошибку, сообщив о французских «экспатриантах» в Гваделупе, хотя эта территория является частью Франции, передает РИА «Новости» со ссылкой на телеканал BFMTV. Французская Гвиана – крупнейший заморский регион и одновременно заморский департамент Франции с населением более 230 тыс. человек, расположенный на северо-востоке Южной Америки. Административный центр – город Кайенна. Граничит на западе с Суринамом, на юге и востоке с Бразилией, на севере и северо-востоке омывается Атлантическим океаном. Напомним, 21 марта во Франции состоялись предвыборные дебаты кандидатов в президенты страны, среди участников были председатель «Национального фронта» Марин Ле Пен, лидер партии «Вперед» Эммануэль Макрон и кандидат от «Республиканцев» Франсуа Фийон. Первый тур выборов во Франции назначен на 23 апреля.

27 марта, 10:40

Макрон перепутал Французскую Гвиану с островом

Кандидат в президенты Франции Эммануэль Макрон, комментируя происходящие в Гвиане протесты, назвал французский заморский департамент островом, передаёт Le Huffington Post. — События в Гвиане — это чрезвычайно серьёзно. … блокада аэродрома и помехи функционированию самого острова — недопустимая реакция на складывающуюся ситуацию, — отметил Макрон в Реюньоне. Напомним, что Французская Гвиана не является островом, а расположена на континентальной части северо-востока Южной Америки.

25 марта, 06:01

France's Macron ahead in polls, Fillon faces angry protesters

CAMBO-LES-BAINS/SAINT-DENIS-DE-LA-REUNION, France (Reuters) - Francois Fillon's aides used an umbrella to shield him from eggs thrown by protesters in south-west France on Saturday as the beleaguered conservative fell further behind centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-rightist Marine Le Pen in opinion polls.

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24 марта, 16:51

Take That: Wonderland first-listen review – the boyband equivalent of a Reliant Robin

This album of laser-guided, focus-grouped anthems, built around chant-heavy choruses, seems precision-tooled for the accompanying arena tourSince their hugely successful reunion in 2006, matured boyband Take That have employed an open door policy vis-a-vis membership. On their return there were four of them – Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange. Then there were five, when Robbie Williams returned for the genuinely bonkers Progress album in 2010. Five then became three when Robbie toddled off to churn out more solo albums and Orange decided he simply couldn’t be arsed with the whole album/tour cycle. Like the friend you always accidentally leave out of a WhatsApp group chat, Orange often came across as the forgotten member, there to make up the numbers, a role that – as any fool knows – is vitally important in a boyband. In terms of dynamics and aesthetics, Take That: The Trio just looks wrong. Without breakdancing Jason Orange, a once sleek and reliable Ford Mondeo has become the boyband equivalent of a Reliant Robin. Related: Singer Gary Barlow: ‘Worst thing anyone’s said to me? Never come back’ Continue reading...

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23 марта, 19:59

The Jesus and Mary Chain: ‘Pop is dreadful. Switch on a radio, I guarantee it’ll be garbage’

Jim and William Reid have been back in the studio for the first time in two decades – and just about survived each other to make new album Damage and Joy. They talk about being trapped in the desert, playing the Haçienda and the horrors of Heart FMTen years ago, the Jesus and Mary Chain reformed. Reunion gigs were announced and sold out: the first, at the Coachella festival in California, featured a guest appearance from Scarlett Johansson, singing backing vocals on their 1985 single Just Like Honey. Retrospective compilation albums and box sets were released. Interviews were given and articles written, detailing the salient points of their career – their roots in the South Lanarkshire new town of East Kilbride, their feedback-drenched early sound (which gamely attempted to meld the melodies of 60s girl groups with the sulphurous industrial noise made by Einstürzende Neubauten), the chaos and violence of their live shows, their unexpected rise from music-press favourites to mainstream Top of the Pops success, their agonising decline – and lauding their importance. And among fans and critics alike, there was rejoicing that the relationship between Jim and William Reid – apparently irreparably ruptured after a disastrous 1998 gig in Los Angeles, which ended after 15 minutes with the brothers, as Jim later put it, “trying to kill each other” – had in fact been mended.There was, Jim Reid concedes today, just one problem. Their relationship had not been mended at all. “The band was back together and we were playing live, but there was still … we weren’t really … we were saying to everybody: ‘Yeah, everything’s great now,’ and it wasn’t great. We were still sort of chucking things at each other at any opportunity.” Continue reading...

21 марта, 19:28

And Now, Andy Cohen With A Trump Diss To End All Trump Disses

Andy Cohen has apparently picked up a few things from the “Real Housewives” over the years because he just threw some next level NeNe Leakes-style shade President Donald Trump’s way. The “Watch What Happens Live” host responded to a particularly outrageous string of tweets from the president on Monday following FBI director James Comey’s confirmation that the agency was investigating possible links between Trump associates and the Russian government. “Sweetie you are a first season Real Housewife making stuff up to stay on the show,” Cohen joked on Twitter.  Sweetie you are a first season Real Housewife making stuff up to stay on the show. https://t.co/nwHCj87vrE— Andy Cohen (@Andy) March 20, 2017 Cohen has drawn parallels between Trump and his Bravo franchise before, likening the second presidential debate to the notoriously vitriolic “Housewives” reunions.  “I want to say it was fun watching the debate with you, but I actually feel grosser than I did after, like, a day of shooting the Jersey Housewives reunion last week watching a 90-minute debate there,” he said on “WWHL” in October. But this time, Cohen didn’t stop there when a presumably pro-Trump tweeter told him he should let the “real men and women handle politics” and stick to things in his ballpark.  @Andy Oh sweetie stick to drinking and hosting reality shows let the real men and women handle politics— Michelle Lynn (@fancimimi) March 20, 2017 That’s when Cohen delivered the clapback to end all clapbacks by reminding the tweeter that Trump is about as qualified to be president as OG housewife Vicki Gunvalson.  “Sweetie he is a reality star who has as much political experience as me. Or you. Or my cab driver. Or Vicki Gunvalson. Or my dog,” he wrote.  @fancimimi sweetie he is a reality star who has as much political experience as me. Or you. Or my cab driver. Or Vicki Gunvalson. Or my dog— Andy Cohen (@Andy) March 20, 2017 Look alive, Vicki!  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

20 марта, 12:33

Crimea promises 'Las Vegas on the Black Sea' to attract tourists

The gambling zone due to be created on the Crimean peninsula close to the resort city of Yalta will trigger interest among foreign tourists, Crimean Prime Minister, Sergey Aksyonov, told TASS. "(The gambling zone will be meant for) guests mostly. Including foreign visitors," the peninsula’s premier said. Aksyonov noted that the Crimean authorities are ready to offer investors certain ‘game plan’ strategies that will make it possible to bypass sanctions in implementing this project. "There are certain arrangements that will make it possible to bypass the sanctions. I will keep quiet about such secrets for now. Nobody would agree to invest in this project, if there were doubts this plan might not work," he stated. The Crimean premier added that construction and assembly work in Yalta’s Zhemchuzhina health resort will begin later this year. On July 23, 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on establishing a gambling zone in Crimea. It should appear on the Black Sea peninsula by 2019. Aksyonov said earlier that a large Russian company is ready to invest about 8 billion rubles ($138 million) in the creation of Crimea’s gambling zone. According to expert estimates, the regional budget will be able to receive up to 25 million rubles per year from the would-be gaming industry. In June 2016, the Crimean government defined the boundaries of the future zone, placing it in the locality of Gaspra. Read more: What’s life really like in Crimea 3 years after reunion with Russia?

18 марта, 22:43

Free Of Wi-Fi, Discover Seclusion, Scenery, And One Another On Kamalame Cay, Bahamas

During a family reunion in the Bahamas, I discovered a relaxed, secluded, Wi-Fi free paradise on Kamalame Cay.

18 марта, 14:19

Trump's sons run the business — and keep tweeting about their dad

Donald Jr. and Eric can't talk to their father about government, but that doesn't stop them from supporting his policies in public.

16 марта, 02:03

Wherever Trump goes, his gang of aides stays close by

Preoccupied with proximity, the president's senior staff have developed an unusual habit of crowding into meetings and joining trips.

14 марта, 13:33

John Lever, Chameleons drummer, dies

The musician, who played on the first three albums by the 80s post-punk band and joined their 2000 reunion, had suffered a short illnessThe Chameleons’ drummer John Lever has died, following a short illness.Lever had been a member of the cult post-punk band since they formed in 1981. He played on their first three albums, until they split in 1987, and was present for the band’s 2000-03 reunion. Continue reading...

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14 марта, 11:30

Culls aren't the way to balance the needs of sharks and surfers

Following the shark bite death of a body boarder in February, there have been calls for a cull of bull sharks. But it isn’t the answer – and it won’t workI’m a shark biologist and I also love to surf. One of my favourite surfing memories isn’t one of my rides, however, but of being a spectator. I remember standing on the Waimea shoreline in 2009, feeling the beach shake as enormous waves thundered to a close. Moments before, my favourite surfer had just scored a 98 point ride in the prestigious “Eddie” competition, named in honour of Hawaiian surfing legend Eddie Aikau. That surfer was Kelly Slater.Slater’s name is currently synonymous with sharks because of comments he made following the tragic death of body boarder Alexandre Naussac on 21 February 2017 in the waters of Reunion Island. Naussac was killed by a bite by a bull shark, and in the shock that followed, Slater spoke out, backing the long-held views of Reunion Island local and pro surfer Jeremy Flores, and called for a cull on the sharks around Reunion. This quickly led to a barrage of online attacks and misinformation from people on both sides of the argument. Continue reading...

14 марта, 11:00

Steve King Thinks I’m a Threat to American Civilization

My father is a white Christian from Iowa. He married an immigrant. And then they had me: somebody else’s baby.

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12 марта, 12:00

Megan Mullally: ‘I’m so excited. You Brits will get our wry wit, I think’

The actor on a forthcoming Will & Grace reunion, being married to Ron from Parks and Recreation, and touring with her new punk-folk duoAmerican actor Megan Mullally, 58, is best known for playing boozy, pill-popping, sarcastic socialite Karen in Will & Grace – the hit sitcom that ran from 1998 to 2006 and is set to make a comeback. She received seven consecutive Emmy nominations for the role, winning twice. Also an accomplished dancer and singer, Mullally has starred in Broadway musicals and recently formed a band called Nancy and Beth. She is married to comedy actor Nick Offerman (AKA Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation).You’re coming to the UK with your band, Nancy and Beth. Looking forward to the gigs?I’m so excited. Ever since we started this band, I’ve been fixated on the idea that you’ll respond to it really well in the UK. You Brits will get our wry wit, I think. It’s all-singing, all-dancing, all-entertaining, kind of punk vaudeville. There’s a touch of Vegas in there, some emo-folk and blues, some dirty rapping. And some clean rapping. But mainly dirty. Continue reading...

11 марта, 14:00

This week’s best radio: Jarvis Cocker heads to Morocco's mountains

The Pulp frontman joins the Master Musicians of Joujouka to record their nocturnal gigs, while Comic Relief starts early with three homely sitcomsThe best sound of the week is captured by Jarvis Cocker’s microphone as he sits in the midst of the Master Musicians of Joujouka while they limber up for one of their nocturnal performances in their small village in the Rif Mountains of Morocco. I’m never entirely sure what the term binaural sound denotes but that’s apparently the way this Wireless Nights (Monday, 11pm, Radio 4) was recorded. Nowadays, people are walking the street wearing headphones costing as much as most people used to spend on home hi-fi and here’s one programme that should give them a good workout.In the week leading up to Comic Relief, Radio 2 has three sitcoms, all of which are set in, and aimed squarely at, its heartland. Barbara Nice (Monday, 10pm, Radio 2) stars Janice Connolly as a Stockport housewife wishing to reinvigorate her marriage. Just Grand (Wednesday, 10.30pm, Radio 2) concerns a retiring couple, also from Stockport, whose plan to let rip is stymied by the need to look after their estranged grandchildren, who have got used to an overprivileged life down south. Parental Guidance (Monday, 10.30pm, Radio 2) concerns Kate and Roshan who live in Crawley. He has a mother who thinks he should have married a Sri Lankan. She thinks they ought to get out more. So they go to a school reunion. Continue reading...

10 марта, 03:52

There’s Actually A Good Reason Why Weddings Cost So Damn Much

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Every so often, a news outlet will come out with an investigative report, claiming they have proved that the wedding markup ― this idea that vendors charge more as soon as they hear the word “wedding” ― is, indeed, real. A reporter will call a vendor about a birthday party of a certain size, on a certain date and get quoted one price. Then a colleague will call back and ask for the same product or services, for an event of the same size on the same date, but this time for a wedding. Inevitably, the quote is higher. Clearly these money-grubbing vendors want to rip you off, right? Not so fast.   What these secret-shopper experiments don’t take into account is the amount of time, level of detail and enormous pressure of a once-in-a-lifetime event like a wedding, as compared to a corporate event or family reunion. The stakes and expectations, both from the client and their guests, just aren’t as high.  We talked to three wedding vendors ― a florist, a cake maker and a DJ ― to shed some light on why weddings cost as much as they do.  Cake designer Rachael Teufel, owner of Intricate Icings Cake Design in Denver, told The Huffington Post that while the baking ingredients and other materials for a wedding cake may cost the same as a typical party cake, the total amount of time spent is very different. “To me, there is no comparison. If I’m being hired for a wedding cake, that’s a very different job and experience for me,” she said. “And a different experience for the client as well.” For a regular party cake, Teufel said she spends about an hour doing research and looking at inspiration before baking the confection. The wedding cake process is a different beast altogether. “I probably spend an average of 30 hours start to finish,” she explained. “And that’s meeting with the client, talking about design elements, getting sketches out, preparing everything for the clients ― like extra boxes for leftover cake and instructions for saving cake, a catering sheet. There’s just so many more elements that go into creating a cake of that caliber compared to just a traditional party cake that people are just picking up from the bakery.”  Florist Amy Marella, owner of The Hidden Garden in Los Angeles, echoed that sentiment. A corporate event usually involves a couple phone calls and maybe a sample arrangement, she said. The florist then drops the arrangements off at the venue and their work is done.  “When a wedding comes around, it’s not that at all,” she said. “We explain to the client that we have multiple phone calls, in-person meetings and then sample meetings with an entire table set-up. We’ll have constant back-and-forth email exchanges, probably up to 40 or 50 times.” Then on the day of the wedding, the florist sends a whole team to set up the space, which requires labor and coordination, especially since many couples request that their flowers are moved from the ceremony area to the reception.  “I make more money doing a $20,000 corporate job than I do for a $20,000 wedding,” Marella added. “And it’s usually in a much shorter amount of time too.” In essence, what you’re paying for as a wedding client is the vendor’s time, attention and expertise.  “If it was a wedding and you said, ‘I have 10 centerpieces ― that’s all I need you to do,’ it costs the same as 10 corporate centerpieces, apples to apples,” Marella said. “But if you said, it’s a wedding and I need 10 centerpieces, plus I’m going to need bouquets and a chuppah, that’s all of a sudden where everything starts to get more expensive because now we’re invested in the time.” DJ Jon Brown of Unite Entertainment in Los Angeles said the pressure for vendors to perform is much greater at a wedding than for other types of events. “With other kinds of events, there’s a lot more room to have somebody that might not be amazing. It’s just not as intimate,” he said. “People show up to a holiday party or a corporate event and it’s not like any one person is necessarily so invested like this is the most important day of their life. There’s a little more wiggle room.” #jonbrownisamazing at it again...Congrats #Carlthorp A post shared by Jon Brown (@jonbrownisamazing) on Jun 11, 2015 at 6:51pm PDT Brown said he might spend anywhere from seven to 15 hours communicating with a wedding client and their event planner, versus a few hours spent preparing for other kinds of parties. “With some corporate events, there’s practically nothing,” he said. “They were referred to me or they’ve used me before. They book me and we just show up and rock it.” And, of course, there’s always the option to seek out more affordable vendors at any price point that fit into your budget. You could even cut costs by hooking up an iPhone to speakers and playing music that way.  “The mindset people think we have [as vendors] is that we can charge more for a wedding because it is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and we know that clients don’t have other options. And that’s just not the case,” Teufel said. “There’s plenty of options. You can buy a sheet cake from the local grocery store. But that’s a completely different comparison to a four-tier structured cake with lace decor and personalized monograms and sugar flowers on it. It’s a totally different product.”  Every couple has different priorities when it comes to allocating their budget and what they want to splurge on. For some, it’s a great band. For others, it’s gourmet food or a spectacular venue.  “I’ve driven Fords that are amazing cars that I like more than BMWs or a Ferrari. It’s not to say if you pay more, it’s going to be better,” Brown said. “But for the most part, if you’re going the budget route, you’re probably not going to get the same type of attention.” And while there are certainly disreputable vendors in any industry who charge unfairly for their services, by and large, wedding vendors are charging brides and grooms more because of all the work they’re putting in. Hopefully that makes you feel ever-so-slightly better about writing those checks. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

08 марта, 16:47

‘The Bachelor’: 10 Things We Learned From Season 21’s ‘Women Tell All’

The women of 'The Bachelor' came back on the 'Women Tell All' to reveal some crazy secrets behind this season. Here were the show's biggest reveals.

08 марта, 15:50

Six Nations: Vunipola brothers gunning for Scotland fuelled by sibling rivalry

• Mako Vunipola says he and brother Billy’s early recoveries no coincidence• ‘He was getting a bit annoyed that I was running before he even started’No tell-tale whiteboards are required to decipher England’s intentions as they approach the decisive phase of this season’s Six Nations. Regardless of the starting lineup to face Scotland on Saturday, this is a squad determined not to crumble in the final fortnight and the reunion of the Vunipola brothers will not make life any simpler for their next opponents.For both siblings to have resumed playing ahead of schedule following lengthy injuries might appear a happy coincidence until it emerges how hard they were driven as youngsters by their father, Fe’oa, a former captain of Tonga. “Dad wouldn’t accept that we were hurt in any game,” recalled Mako, who featured off the bench against Italy having missed the first two games against France and Wales. Continue reading...

07 марта, 15:02

Tuesday's Morning Email: Inside The GOP Health Care And Immigration Order Overhauls

TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.) HOUSE REPUBLICANS UNVEIL BILL TO REPEAL OBAMACARE Here’s everything you need to know about the fundamental differences between the two plans, as well as an interactive that shows which parts of the Affordable Care Act could change or be repealed ― and who could lose coverage. Twitter had quite the field day comparing the two plans. [HuffPost] BREAKING DOWN THE NEW IMMIGRATION EXECUTIVE ORDER Introduced 31 days after the original travel ban, the new version “blocks all refugees for 120 days but does not single out Syrians for an indefinite ban. It bars certain individuals from six Muslim-majority countries for 120 days rather than the original seven ― Iraqis are not not affected ― and exempts current visa holders.” Read the executive order in full here. [HuffPost] U.S. DEPLOYS ANTI-MISSILE SYSTEM IN SOUTH KOREA AFTER NORTH KOREAN MISSILE TESTS China is not happy about the move, which it says threatens the regional security balance. And The Washington Post is reporting that the North Korean missiles were practice for hitting U.S. military bases in Japan. [Reuters] WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION: POLLUTION KILLS 1.7 MILLION CHILDREN EACH YEAR Dirty water and air, second-hand smoke and a lack of adequate hygiene can be deadly for children. [Reuters] HOMELAND SECURITY CONTEMPLATING SEPARATING WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT THE BORDER “Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Monday confirmed a Reuters report that he was considering a proposal to separate women and children who cross the U.S. border with Mexico illegally, a policy shift he said was aimed at deterring people from making a dangerous journey.” [Reuters] CASEY ANTHONY SPEAKS OUT The 30-year-old, who was acquitted six years ago of killing her daughter Caylee, detailed her life today. “I’m OK with myself, I sleep pretty good at night,” she said. [AP] BEN CARSON HAD QUITE THE PR DAY MONDAY His commentary about slaves being the original immigrants (and yes, the tweets on that are a doozy) to arguing that you can drill into the hippocampus to improve memory function all took place in his first official federal speech to HUD employees. [HuffPost] YOUR TSA SECURITY PAT-DOWN IS ABOUT TO GET ‘MORE INTIMATE THAN EVER BEFORE’ Note to self: Stop wearing leggings to the airport. [HuffPost] WHAT’S BREWING CHANCE THE RAPPER DONATED $1 MILLION TO CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS “I’m challenging major companies across the U.S. to donate and take action,” he said. “As a private citizen, a parent, and a product of CPS, I’m asking you to fight with me.” [HuffPost] THE CREEPY CLOWNS MIGHT HAVE RETURNED And this time they’re allegedly armed. Want more bizarre news? Check out our Weird News email. [HuffPost] WHILE WE ARE ALL EXCITED FOR SEEING ‘BEAUTY AND THE BEAST’ We have to bow down to Beyoncé and Blue Ivy for their premiere outfits ― they win best-dressed by a mile. [HuffPost] DREAM CASTING ALERT Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks will be playing Kay Graham and Ben Bradlee in a Steven Spielberg film about the Pentagon Papers. [HuffPost] CHRISSY TEIGEN’S ESSAY ON POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION IS A MUST-READ “I also just didn’t think it could happen to me.” [HuffPost]  HAVE AN AMAZON ALEXA? Make sure to check out our new flash briefing, which you can activate by setting up HuffPost as a news source in your device. Then say, “What’s my flash briefing?” or “what’s new?” for your HuffPost rundown for the day! BEFORE YOU GO ~ Donald Trump: Funding for Planned Parenthood can continue if the organization stops proving abortions. ~ This Ted talk by Megan Phelps-Roper on why she left the Westboro Baptist Church is taking over the internet. ~ Barack Obama is his best self ― one that’s probably crooning to Michelle off one of those epic Spotify playlists from his presidency ― in this leather jacket. ~ A reporter in heels ran a faster 40-yard-dash at the NFL Combine than we would be able to in appropriate footwear. ~ Need another reason to love Emma Watson? Her favorite American TV show will do that for you. ~ Is that Ewan McGregor? We hardly recognized him. ~ In case you missed it, here are all the photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the wedding they attended over the weekend. We’re trying not to be jealous, and it’s not working. ~ “La La Land” Live is coming to a city near you ― Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling not included. ~ Breaking down how women dominate the numbers when it comes to Airbnb hosts. ~ Milo Ventimiglia is all about crushing your “Gilmore Girls” reunion dreams. ~ The Chainsmokers are now in the same category as the Beatles and the Bee Gees (actually). ~ Welcome back to the world of “Will & Grace” with this glorious selfie.   -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.