Will & Grace stars Debra Messing and Megan Mullally have unfollowed each other on Instagram and left cryptic messages suggesting they are no longer friends.

The stars, who play Grace Adler and Karen Walker on the hit sitcom, have sparked speculation that a falling out was the reason behind the shock cancellation of the show.

Mullally, 60, also posted a cryptic message in a since-deleted Instagram post, hinting at the issues between the pair.

"One of the best feelings is finally losing your attachment to somebody who isn't good for you!" she wrote.


Mullally also posted, "Don't ask people for directions if they've never been where you're going!"

Messing meanwhile uploaded a post calling for fans to vote for Will & Grace for the Emmys but failed to tag Mullally.

Their co-stars Eric McCormack and Sean Hayes still follow both women and they follow them back.

It follows the surprising news that the rebooted Will & Grace would not be returning for another season despite decent ratings.

Messing was cast as interior designer Grace Adler when they show began in 2006.

She lived with her gay best friend, Will Truman, with Mullally playing her alcoholic assistant, Karen Walker.

The show ran for eight seasons before being rebooted in 2017.

Fans were left devastated that Messing and Mullally may longer be friends.