VIDEO: Harry Connick Jr. Talks Return to WIILL & GRACE, New Season of Talk Show & More
As he kicks off the second season of his Syndicated talk show, Grammy and Emmy winner HARRY Connick Jr. stopped by NBC's TODAY to talk about reprising his role as Leo in the reboot of "Will & Grace," his lip-sync throwdown with Donnie Wahlberg, his upcoming Walk of Fame honor and his duet with Billy Joel on "Harry." Watch the appearance below!
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