Jennifer Lopez To Guest Star On 'Will & Grace' In 2 Different Roles

Jennifer Lopez
The Bronx-diva will reprise her role as herself on the hit NBC comedy. GettyImages

There's truly no denying that Jennifer Lopez is a hard working woman juggling multiple projects all at the same time. The Bronx-diva is now reported to make a guest apperance on the NBC comedy "Will & Grace." JLo had appeared on the show before on two episodes playing a version of herself. Lopez apparently grew up with Rosario, Karen's maid, and was then contracted by Karen to sing at her wedding. Her diva antics were part of the comedy of the episodes. Now, according to Vanity Fair, the "I'm Into You" hitmaker will return to the series and play herself again and her character from "Shades of Blue," detective Harlee Santos. No word on when these episodes will shoot and air, but we will be on the lookout. 

JLo is also reportedly working on a collaboration with Cardi B. The rumor started when DJ Khaled teased to be working on a track with Lopez that we saw during an Instagram Live that Alex Rodriguez shared and now a second leak insinuates that the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker is part of that collab as well.

"WHEN J LO PULLS UP TO WE THE BEST STUDIO! Icon moment alert! Icon announcement alert. Icon visual alert. Icon everything ALERT!!! @jlo got New music coming . Be Patient!!! Patience is a gift and a talent, he wrote on Instagram. He then teased and questioned who else it would feature. “I told the icon @jlo that not only do I see her vision. I am honored and grateful to have the opportunity to be involved. The key is to express your greatness with clarity and passion,” Khaled wrote.

Late in 2017, Lopez was one of the many stars that donated their time and money for the Hurricane Maria relief effort that affected and devastated Puerto Rico. "I will be donating one million dollars from the proceeds of my Las Vegas show to the designated beneficiaries—charitable and NGO organizations," she said in a statement. "I’ve been so moved by the initial responses for support from our friends and associates in entertainment and business. They have been overwhelming. Nobody said no. Anybody we’ve called is right there asking what they can do, they’re all very eager to help."

She also added: "I’ve been so moved by the initial responses for support from our friends and associates in entertainment and business. They have been overwhelming. Nobody said no. Anybody we’ve called is right there asking what they can do, they’re all very eager to help. We know we must address the immediate needs and means of survival for the people while focusing on the long-term rebuilding of the infrastructure of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. I will always be a New Yorker. I am a proud Puerto Rican. And I cannot tell you what it meant to me and the people of Puerto Rico to see New York not only pledge their support, but for Governor Cuomo to actually show up with resources and supplies. Nadia, you too. Governor, you sent a message to all Puerto Ricans that New Yorker stand with you. It is now time for all Americans to be front and center in helping to bring awareness and solutions to the task of rebuilding Puerto Rico. Thank you so much, Governor, for your leadership and your support for the people of Puerto Rico."

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.