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The 'Fancy' hitmaker channels her inner bad girl while the 'American Idol' alum shows her sassy side as a police officer.
The award-winning actress-singer sang the hit song 'I Can't Let Go' from NBC's hit series 'Smash' during the tribute segment.
The clip features some pictures taken during the filming of the official visuals, including one showing the raptress getting arrested by Hudson's cop character.
Besides announcing Hudson as an additional performer, Oscars' producers also confirmed John Travolta and Jennifer Aniston as newly booked presenters.
The Australian raptress has also teamed up with the R'n'B star to shoot a music video for the new single off 'Reclassified', the re-issue of her 2014 debut album 'The New Classic'.
The former 'American Idol' winner and the 'R.I.P.' singer will appear on the FOX hit drama series before the first season ends.
The 'American Idol' alum will play a nightclub singer named Shug Avery in the musical which is co-produced by Oprah Winfrey.
These two actresses followed up co-star Jennifer Hudson's hints that a third movie is in the works.
According to a recent report, the singer's half-brother Steven Simpson stabbed a man, who allegedly is involved in a relationship with his wife, multiple times in the face.
In an interview earlier this year, the singer said that she wanted to showcase her strength as an artist with the follow-up to 2011's 'I Remember Me'.
The upbeat, dancey and disco-tinged song, which was produced by DJ Terry Hunter, was debuted by Hudson at the 2014 BET Awards on Sunday.
In the Director X-directed visuals, the singer finds love as she walks through the streets in a white crop top, tight pants and funky sneakers.
The song is the second release from the singer's forthcoming third studio album that's expected to be released later this year.
Hudson, who attends the show with husband David Otunga, is pulled to the stage to perform 'Nobody' with Keith.
The two stars will also be joined by Tamar Braxton, Smokey Robinson and Wayne Brady at the event that will be taped on Saturday, February 8 and premiere in the U.S. on February 24.