Jennifer Lopez will make her return to 'Will and Grace'


But for her debut on the show's revival run, she'll play two different roles.

Seizing the opportunity to have Lopez on a sister NBC series, the crossover gives the pricey but little watched Shades of Blue a big platform.

"Will & Grace" had an original eight-season Emmy-winning run on NBC before its revival premiered September 28. The episode is part of the Will & Grace extended return for a 16-episode first season and a 13-episode second season.

The story line had Lopez and Rosario (Shelley Morrison), grew up in the Bronx. At the nuptial, she sang her hit "Waiting for Tonight" and had one of her dancers as Jack (Sean Hayes).

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"In case you're wondering, no, it's not makeup", she wrote of Lopez. The "Amor, Amor, Amor" singer guest-starred in two episodes of the newly-revived show's sixth season, during which Karen (Mullally) got married to Lyle Finster (John Cleese).

Jennifer was praised at the time for her comedic timing and self-deprecation, with her demands that everyone around her wear her branded jeans and Glow fragrance poking fun at her alleged diva behavior over the years.

"Shades of Blue" will return for a third season on NBC, but there's no premiere date yet.

There's no word yet about when viewers can expect to see the episode, but they can expect to enjoy it whenever they do.