Adam Rippon ‘Almost Had a Full Diarrhea Attack’ While Filming Will & Grace



Adam Rippon didn’t know what to expect when he signed to guest star Will & Grace.

The Olympic figure skater, 28, opened up about his making his acting debut on the hit sitcom, saying he wasn’t expecting the speedy pace of filming.

“The best for me personally is that the series is constantly growing as it’s coming together as we are becoming closer to the series,” he advised PEOPLE Now.

Rippon stated that the script was constantly changing — in the midst of filming!

“The whole script is very amusing, then when it moves in the front of the live audience, some of the jokes territory better than a number of the different kinds,” he says. “The ones that don’t land, they stop the taping, the writers all get together, they walk over for you and inform you your new lineup and you re the scene. ”

And if Rippon was excited with his new traces, he was anxious about having to learn them quickly.

“I almost had a complete diarrhea attack,” he says. “They gave me an extra line and I was just like ‘Oh! ’ And I was like, ‘I have to do it now? ’ “

In addition to Rippon, Matt Bomer stars in the episode as “a smooth-talking, self-satisfied TV news anchor” who’s a love interest for Eric McCormack‘s Will.  Minnie Driver, 48, will go back to her role as Lorraine Finster, the nemesis of both Megan Mullally‘s Karen.

RELATED: Matt Bomer to Guest on Will & Grace as Will’s Smooth-Talking New Love Interest

David SchwimmerAlec BaldwinChelsea HandlerJon Cryer, and Mary McCormack will guest star in other episodes of season 2.

Will & Grace is a reboot of the hit sitcom that originally conducted from 1998 to 2006. Season 2 premieres Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

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