For those who need a refresher, Lopez appeared in two episodes at the end of Will & Grace's sixth season, when Karen (Megan Mullally) was getting married to Lyle Finster (John Cleese), as well as the Season 7 premiere. She sang her hit "Waiting for Tonight" at the nuptials and had Jack (Sean Hayes) fill in as one of her backup dancers.More news: Indian Govt to Introduce New Measures For Increased Aadhaar Security
Even Hayes admitted he's "super excited" about it in his own "Will & Grace" (and J.Lo) post.
Will & Grace co-creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan explained that the plotline was inspired by Pence's gay cure support.More news: Salman opens up about Tiger Zinda Hai's blockbuster collections
The show, which has been airing on NBC in the USA, finally made its return to screens in the United Kingdom this week.
The sitcom, which stars Eric McCormack and Debra Messing as the BFF titular characters, originally ran for eight seasons, from 1998 to 2006. 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).More news: Doug Jones cosponsors bill to renew CHIP funding