She didn't make it in the American Idol, but strikes big in the Golden Globes, what an impressing winning. Jennifer Hudson, film newcomer, won the award for Best Supporting Actress in A Movie Musical or Comedy at Monday's 64th annual Golden Globes presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in Beverly Hills, Calif.
It was her portrayal in the hit movie "Dreamgirls" that not only the former American Idol finalist won the Globe, but also it opens the chance for her to get the same prize at the Academy Awards. "Oh, my God. Thank you so much," she said. "Wow. I have always dreamed but never, ever this big. This goes far beyond anything I could ever have imagined."
In another early award, "The Song of the Heart," from the animated "Happy Feet," won for Best Original Song in A Motion Picture. As for TV, the winners include Kyra Sedgwick who nabbed the Actress, Drama award for "The Closer," Jeremy Irons, won the Supporting Actor, Series, Miniseries or Movie category for "Elizabeth I", and Emily Blunt who got the Supporting Actress, Series, Miniseries or Movie award for "Gideon's Daughter."