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Jennifer Kate Hudson (born September 12, 1981) is an American recording artist, actress and spokesperson. She came to prominence in 2004 as one of the finalists on the third season of American Idol. She made her film debut in the 2006 film "Dreamgirls" which won her an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, a Golden Globe Award, a BAFTA Award, an NAACP Image Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award.
February 14, 2011
Florence & The Machine were joined by Christina Aguilera and Jennifer Hudson to perform an Aretha Frankin tribute at the Grammy Awards last night. Introduced by LL Cool J at the 53rd Grammy Awards in Los Angels last night, Florence Welch, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson, Martina McBride and Yolanda Adams, opened the Grammy ceremony with a medley of Franklin tunes. Read more
February 8, 2011
Christina Aguilera could be set to take part in a tribute to Aretha Franklin at this month's Grammy Awards. The singer will be joined by Jennifer Hudson and two as-yet-unnamed singers to pay tribute to Franklin at the ceremony in Los Angeles on February 13, The Sun reports. Read more
February 2, 2009
Jennifer Hudson was advised to use a backing track for her performance of the American National Anthem at the Super Bowl last night (February 1st). Rickey Minor, who produces the pre-game show, said he told both Hudson and fellow performer Faith Hill to use pre-recorded tracks submitted a week before the show. Read more
January 21, 2009
William Balfour, the brother-in-law of singer Jennifer Hudson, has pleaded not guilty to the shooting of three members of her family. The Grammy-nominated singer's mother, brother and nephew were killed at their home in Chicago last October. Read more
January 19, 2009
Jennifer Hudson will perform at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 8th, just four months after the murder of three members of her family. The singer, who is also due to appear at the Super Bowl, is nominated for four awards at the ceremony. Read more
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