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Jennifer Hudson’s Son Stole The Show At Kids’ Choice Awards

Jennifer Hudson attended the Kids’ Choice Awards with her 5-year-old son David Daniel Otunga, Jr. where the little fashion icon stole the show. The proud mother goofed around with her soon while on the red carpet posing for photos in Los Angeles yesterday Saturday March 28th. After having some fun time with her son, who is fathered by her longtime ...

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Oscars 2015 Photos: All The Red Carpet Looks

The 2015 Academy Awards held last night in Los Angeles and as usual, the biggest names in Hollywood hit the red carpet in some of their best outfit. Even though Lady Gaga is trying to dress more normal these days, the “Born This Way” singer could not resist the urge to add a tint of weirdness to her outfit. While she wore ...

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Jennifer Hudson Wears Bra To Turn It Up For Change Ball

Jennifer Hudson Wears Bra To Turn It Up For Change Ball. Hollywood award winning actress, Jennifer Hudson was photographed at the Turn It Up For change Ball red Carpet wearing a black bra and what looked like a night dress. The Turn It Up For change campaign is an event organised to raise awareness for the LGBT equality efforts. At ...

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VIDEO 11-Year-Old Dutch Aliyah Sings Jennifer Hudson, Holland’s Got Talent

This event took place in 2011 but it is worth sharing as Aliyah is a young black Dutch girl with so much talent and an attitude to accompany it. The girl is bold, beautiful and lots more. In this video, eleven years old Aliyah Kolf performed Jennifer Hudson’s “And I am telling you, I’m not going” at the RTL4’s Holland ...

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Jennifer Hudson’s Tribute to Whitney Houston at 2012 Grammy Awards

Grammy winning artist Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to Whitney Houston at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards that was organized in Los Angeles on February 12, 2012. An emotional version of “I Will Always Love You.” was performed by Jennifer Hudson in honour of the mega-platinum artist. The song was originally written by fellow Grammy award winner, Dolly Parton. Whitney Houston received two awards ...

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