It looks like Cher will be in the Will & Grace holiday episode

It looks like Cher will be in the Will & Grace holiday episode
Cher speaks at the We Stand United Rally on on January 19, 2017, in New York City. Photo: JStone / Shutterstock

If there’s one thing you can count on, it’s that Cher will always make a return when things are “finished.” This time instead of her singing career she may be returning to Will & Grace.

On the latest episode of “Will & Grace After Party,” co-creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan answered questions submitted via Twitter. One fan wanted to know which celebrity guest star was their favorite and, of course, the answer was Cher.

While the award winning singer and actress was the show’s first big “get,” she was, shall we say, a bit of a diva on set according to Mutchnick.

“She showed up, she yelled at me, she rewrote the script,” Mutchnick said. “We let her go through with her words, and it didn’t go over so big…”

In Sean Hayes’ dressing room, Cher told the actor she didn’t like Mutchnick because she has “an aversion to small dictatorial gay Jewish men.”

“But I still love her. It’s in my DNA, I have to.” he admitted.

Later in episode another fan asks who to expect in the upcoming holiday episode.

“We actually just saw the run through of that episode. We, who are inclined to be very critical of the work, thoroughly enjoyed it,” Kohan told the fan.  “It really is a fun one.”

“We just talked about Cher. That’s all I’m going to say.”

So whattaya think? Is Cher about to make a comeback tour in Will & Grace’s living room?

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