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We’ve got your first look at award-winning actress Jennifer Hudson and Hustle & Flow star Terrence Howard as Winnie and Nelson Mandela on the South African set of the controversial new biopic Winnie.Although Madikizela-Mandela fought for more than 26 years to win her husband’s release from prison, the couple divorced in 1996 after 39 years […] Continue reading First Look: Jennifer Hudson & Terrence Howard As Nelson & Winnie Mandela

Kate Hudson is said to have invited the new man in her life, Matt Bellamy, to join her on a family vacation. The muse rocker after performing at Britain”s Glastonbury Festival flew to Greece to unite with Hudson and her family on vacation, including her son, Ryder. “Kate is really happy with Matt. Their relationship […] Continue reading Kate Hudson ‘invites new beau on family vacation’

Jennifer Hudson has kept silence for two years already concerning the most painful topic for her – the violent death of her mom, elder brother and nephew. But that time the star was courageous enough to start speaking about that in public for the first time in her life. The famous actress and singer gave […] Continue reading Jennifer Hudson Can’t Hold Back Tears When She Recalls Her Family Murder

During “Behind the Music” episode which was aired on Monday, the audience for the first time heard from Jennifer Hudson about the tragic evens of 2008 which happened with her family. The star decided to make that discussion open in order to let everybody know about her feelings concerning her mother’s, brother’s and nephew’s murder. […] Continue reading Jennifer Hudson Recalls Her Family Murder and Finds It ‘Surreal’

Singer/actress Jennifer Hudson has spoken out about the tragic murders of her mother, brother and nephew by her brother-in-law. Hudson, 28, recently spoke to VH1’s ‘Behind the Music’ about the brutal murder of her family in October 2008 by her brother-in-law, William Balfour. “It’s all a blur, it was surreal,” the New York Daily News […] Continue reading Jennifer Hudson says family’s murders were “all a blur, surreal”