Some of the biggest names in popular music will remember the life and career of Whitney Houston in an upcoming CBS special featuring live performances by Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Celine Dion and others to be announced. 'We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute To Whitney Houston' airs on Friday, Nov. 16 at 10 pm ET.
After the opening show of Prince's Chicago residency on Tuesday night was widely panned by critics and fans, he made amends on night two with a performance of his classic song 'Nothing Compares 2 U' featuring Chicago-born superstar Jennifer Hudson.
Not one. Not two. But three. That's how many consecutive life sentences William Balfour, the man who was convicted of murdering three members of Jennifer Hudson's family in Chicago back in 2008, will serve.
Following the dramatic trial for the murders of Jennifer Hudson's family, J-Hud is now engaging in some more drama -- but the kind that's reserved to the stage and screen. The 'Where You At' singer has just inked a deal to appear in the NBC musical series 'Smash.'
The untimely death of Whitney Houston on Feb. 11 stunned the music community and the entire world. After hearing the tragic news, grief-stricken producers of the 54th annual Grammy Awards had the daunting task of creating a special tribute for the late pop icon in less than 24 hours.
As if Jennifer Hudson and her family didn't have enough trauma following the brutal murders of her mother, brother and nephew, the case may not be closed just yet. Shortly after the closure the Hudsons were finally able to achieve when William Balfour was found guilty, Balfour is now requesting a new trial in the case.
Jennifer Hudson celebrated the closure she received from William Balfour's guilty verdict in a big way -- at Six Flags Great America in Chicago. Hudson and her fiance, David Otunga, capped off the rollercoaster trial with literal rollercoasters.
William Balfour was found guilty of the murders of Jennifer Hudson's mother, Darnell Donerson, brother Jason Hudson and seven-year-old nephew Julian King yesterday (May 11), bringing some justice and closure to J-Hud and her family. In light of the verdict, the 'Dream Girls' star and her sister, Julia, have released a statement about the trial.
Guilty. That's the verdict handed down in the Jennifer Hudson family murders case. The singer's former brother-in-law William Balfour was found guilty today (May 11) of three counts of first-degree murder and four other counts in relation to the 2008 murders of Hudson's mother, brother and her nephew, who was just 7 and the youngest victim of the tragedy.
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