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Britney's first television appearance since the birth of her son

03/30/2006 at 07:07 PM ET

by auditioning CBB contributor Kristin

Britney Spears will be making a guest appearance on NBC’s Will & Grace (8 ET/PT) tonight. She plays a conservative co-host on Jack’s gay-themed talk show. The show’s Executive Producer, Gary Janetti, goes on to say that Britney was "surprisingly" funny. Janetti also calls her "charming," "plucky" and "out there."

Observers will be watching to see whether Britney’s appearance gives the show a needed boost, considering that there has been a 20% decrease in ratings this year. Britney is also launching a fragrance next month and has an album due in the fall. That’s a lot to take on as a new mom, especially if she is pregnant with baby #2!

Source: USA Today

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joy on

yeah I love Will and Grace but could of done w/out Britney…I thought her part was highly annoying.

spindoctor on

She looked very pretty on the show, i thought.

tink1217 on

I have to say I think she overacted a little, very annoying character!!

tink1217 on

I have to say I think she overacted a little, very annoying character!!

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