Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson is joining the esteemed EGOT titleholders after “A Strange Loop,” which she co-produced, won at the 2022 Tony Awards.
The soon-to-be talk show host made history as the third Black EGOT winner to achieve the honor.
Jennifer Hudson made a surprise appearance to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin, who was posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize Special Citation and is the first woman to win the award.
Moving performances by Mickey Guyton, Brittney Spencer, Madeline Edwards and Jennifer Hudson at the 55th annual CMAs generated buzz online.
“I think later down the line, people will see it differently,” the “Respect” star said.
"I’m ready to shoot. So I’ll just wait for your call, thank you," the Oscar-winner said.
The actor/singer portrays the late Queen of Soul in the film that is set to hit theaters in August.
The Queen of Soul personally anointed Hudson to play her in the biopic. It also stars Marlon Wayans and Forest Whitaker.
After the Oscar winners performed on "Disney Family Singalong 2," one Internet user said they "were meant to sing Disney songs."