- Mon Aug 14, 2017, 9:24 AM GMT
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The story of Jennifer Kate Hudson is the living proof of how someone so invisible at the beginning can actually raise to stardom through hard work and determination. Starting her life in Chicago, Illinois, young Hudson who was born September 12, 1981 was lucky to be exposed to such a soulful city. She performed in the small church of her town as a choir solo singer due to the influence from her grand mother, Julia Hudson, who equally was a choir member. She graduated from Dunbar Vocational Career Academy in 1999, worked in Burger King for a while, and engaged in a Chicago's musical production "Big River" where she sang professionally. Soon her talent began to find its way to prominence by performing in Disney's Wonder cruise ship.
To take a bigger leap she decided to enter the one-way-ticket-to-stardom singing contest in 2004, which was none other than the highly rated American Idol. Impressed the judges, she was in for the semifinals before almost missing her chance if Randy Jackson had not put her in the wild card position. Making it through to the semifinals, Hudson had to struggle to maintain her position in the Top 12. Tired of getting actually had been famously played in Broadway by Jennifer Holliday in 1981. Being a first timer big screen actress, it was not an easy road to be in a movie alongside renowned actors such as Beyonce Knowles and Eddie Murphy. Amazingly, instead of being outshined, Hudson with her astounding voice startled the audience by singing "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" in the movie. It was such a breakthrough performance that hardly any awards excluded her in the nomination list of Best Supporting Actress.
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An alleged text message from an eyewitness revealed that Jennifer confronted the 'Malibu' singer, saying that she had to work hard to be successful since she had no family in the industry.READ MORE
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NBC announces that the 'Remember Me' singer joins Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Miley Cyrus as coaches in the upcoming season 13.READ MORE
The 35-year-old 'American Idol' alum will perform the mid-tempo song for the first time on the U.K.'s 'The Voice' this weekend.READ MORE