The Will & Grace revival has landed an A-list guest star. Vanity Fair magazine has confirmed Jennifer will portray herself and she will also star as her Shades of Blue alter-ego, detective Harlee Santos, in the sitcom.
This isn't the first time Jennifer will be on an episode of 'Will & Grace.' She was in two episodes of the show's original run on NBC which ran from 1998 - 2003. JLo ends up performing in the wedding of Karen and Lyle Finter (John Cleese).
Even Hayes admitted he's "super excited" about it in his own "Will & Grace" (and J.Lo) post.
Other prominent guest stars in the new season include Glee's Jane Lynch and Girls star Andrew Rannells, who made an appearance as the leaders of a gay "cure" camp.
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Well, we can exclusively reveal that we have absolutely no idea, but hey - Will & Grace creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan seem to know what they're doing thus far, and we're sure however these two characters appear, it's going to be hilarious.
Jennifer Lopez is heading back to "Will & Grace".
She might have sung "Waiting for Tonight" in the show, for now we are Waiting for The Show to Air.
They made a freakish appearance on a new talk show hosted by conservative former Fox News personality Megyn Kelly. Its groundbreaking premise saw gay lawyer Will (Eric Mc Cormack) living, in a suitably glamorous TV-style apartment in NY, with straight fashion designer Grace (Debra Messing).
"The itinerary just said Today Show appearance".