But for her debut on the show's revival run, she'll play two different roles.
NBC hasn't revealed exactly which "Will & Grace" episode will guest star Lopez, but obviously it'll be coming fairly soon.More news: Miami Bitcoin Conference No Longer Accepting Bitcoin Payments
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Lopez appeared as herself in the original series. Jennifer also performed her hit, "Waiting for Tonight", at Karen's wedding, with Jack - played by Sean Hayes- serving as her back-up dancer. The episode is part of the Will & Grace extended return for a 16-episode first season and a 13-episode second season. The fictional Lopez grew up in the Bronx with Karen Walker's (Megan Mullally) since-deceased maid Rosario (Shelley Morrison).
"In case you're wondering, no, it's not makeup", she wrote of Lopez. During the episode, the singer also poked fun at herself, demanding everyone to wear her new Glow fragrance and jeans.
Will & Grace and Shades of Blue were renewed for a second and third season, respectively, leaving the door wide open for other weird crossovers. No further details about her arc or the air date for her appearance on the newly-revived sitcom have been released.