Will & Grace's attempt to re-create guest-star magic with Lopez is one of TV's latest crossover examples.
Lopez previously appeared in the Season 6 episode "Oh, No, You Di-in't", when Karen and Lyle got married in Vegas with J-Lo as her wedding singer.
According to Vanity Fair, the 48-year-old superstar is once again making a guest appearance in the romantic comedy.
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Jennifer Lopez is heading back to "Will & Grace", and this time she'll be performing two different roles, TheWrap has learned.
The story line had Lopez and Rosario (Shelley Morrison), grew up in the Bronx. She sang her hit "Waiting for Tonight" at the nuptials and had Jack (Sean Hayes) fill in as one of her backup dancers. She took on the roles of the hilariously over-the-top feminist author Anita Appleby, whose book is titled Of Course You're Still Single, Take a Look at Yourself You Dumb S**t. She'll portray herself as well as Det. Also among the returning actors are Harry Connick Jr. Shades of Blue, also on NBC, returns for its third season later this year.
There's no word yet about when viewers can expect to see the episode, but they can expect to enjoy it whenever they do.
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