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Debra Messing's Fashion Disaster

At the 2004 Golden Globes, Debra Messing was seven months pregnant, right, and claims she had to leave the event because her dress was too tight. At left, she's shown back to her svelte figure in 2007, posing inside during the Anniversary of the Annual CFDA Fashion Awards held at the New York Public Library June 4, 2007 in New York.
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Debra Messing looked glorious as she walked the red carpet dressed in Michael Kors at the annual awards for the Council of Fashion Designers of America held in New York Monday.

The "Starter Wife" actress is known for her consistently spot-on sense of style, but she admits that even she has had her share of fashion mishaps.

Her biggest, she said, happened in 2004.


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"My biggest fashion disaster was one year at the Golden Globes," Messing told the Open All Night Web site. "I was seven months pregnant, and from the morning to the night of the event, my stomach grew. So I had to leave the Golden Globes early because I couldn't fit into my dress any more."

A few months later, on April 7, 2004, Messing gave birth to a boy, Roman Walker Zelman.

Messing is married to actor and screenwriter Daniel Zelman, whom she met in graduate school. Roman is the couple's first child.
By Judy Faber