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Seinfeld clears up reunion reports

Seinfeld clears up reunion reports

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld performs at the Stand Up for Heroes event at Madison Square Garden, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, in New York. Photo: Associated Press/John Minchillo

Comic Jerry Seinfeld has confirmed plans to reunite his former Seinfeld co-stars for a “special project”.

The star sparked rumours of a much-anticipate get together earlier this month when he was spotted shooting a Super Bowl commercial with Jason Alexander and Larry David at New York City’s Tom’s Restaurant, which doubled as the diner from the hit show.

Seinfeld refused to offer an explanation for the reunion, prompting many to speculate the trio was filming a Super Bowl ad.

The comedian has now revealed there will be no commercial, adding, “It’s a secret project.” But he confesses the Seinfeld cast will be back for the “one-and-done” project, adding it will be out “very, very soon”.

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