Jack reunites with Jennifer Lopez in this new Will & Grace clip

J-Lo returns after her guest stint on the sixth and seventh season of the critically acclaimed comedy. 

A brand new clip from the upcoming episode of Will & Grace has teased the return of American singer/actress Jennifer Lopez.

The 48-year-old performer first appeared on the critically acclaimed comedy in the final two episodes of the show’s sixth season, when she performed at Karen’s wedding ceremony and offers Jack a place on her tour. Lopez also guest-starred in the season seven premiere.

In this season, Lopez once again plays herself, as well as her character from the procedural drama, Shades of Blue. Can we give J-Lo that Emmy already?

The episode follows Jack as he lands a guest-stint on the show as a corpse, with their hilarious reunion taking place in the morgue.

Will J-Lo recognise him? Watch below!

Will & Grace’s revival reunites the original Fab Four, Eric McCormack as Will, Debra Messing as Grace, Megan Mullally as Karen and Sean Hayes as Jack. We’ve also been blessed with guest stars such as Jane Lynch, Ben Platt, Andrew Rannells, Nick Offerman, Minnie Driver, Molly Shannon, Leslie Jordan and Vanessa Bayer.

The ninth season has been acclaimed by fans and critics, scoring two Golden Globe nominations – one for Best Television Series (Comedy), and Best Television Performance by an Actor (Musical/Comedy) for Eric McCormack.

It has also been renewed for a tenth season season of 13 episodes, which is expected to debut later this year.

Will & Grace is currently airing on Channel 5 in the UK and NBC in the U.S. 



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