Has Jennifer Hudson traded her stellar GRAMMY Award for a monster stellar harp? Undoubtedly, some fans feel that way! During the Monday broadcast of her syndicated daytime show, The Jennifer Hudson Show, the musician attended to tidbits of rumors that she had joined this time of The Concealed Vocalist.
Hudson was joined by Emmy Grant-winning entertainer and viral star Leslie Jordan, who filled in as a visitor specialist on the singing contest show close by Joel McHale. Jordan conceded that he fostered a pound on McHale while filling in as a visitor specialist.
“He’s nine-feet-tall and I’m remaining adjacent to him – – he delivered me quiet. I was unable to try and speak,” Jordan kidded.
Hudson shared that she knew fans and specialists the same put her on the rundown as an expected hopeful underneath the Harp cover. The competitor sang PInk’s “Great” for their most memorable exhibition and had optics, a call sheet posting Harp in a main job, two bunches of roses, an individual wearing a witch’s cap and 3D glasses all showing up in their most memorable sign bundle.
“This could be Jennifer Hudson,” specialist Ken Jeong presented during Wednesday’s episode. “She’s finished everything. Yet, the parody hint to me – – she was in my #1 film ever, Sex and the City.”
Talking with Jordan, Hudson said she wouldn’t verify or refute whether she’s in the ensemble, let watchers know that they need to watch the series since “that is the place of the entire show.”
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The EGOT victor has been leaving her imprint as a daytime have since her show debuted recently. The vocalist as of late rejoined with unique American Icon judge Randy Jackson.
Jackson noticed that Hudson is “confirmation” for those attempting to advance in their professions since she never surrendered after she put seventh on season 3 of the singing rivalry series in 2004.
“You realize that you had a gift given by God,” Jackson said. “I’m likely more glad for you than any American Icon victor since you didn’t win! Furthermore, see what you’ve done. That is the thing, continue onward and never surrender. Have faith in yourself and put stock in your ability. You did it, you said, ‘Look, this won’t stop me. One entryway closes, five more going to open.’”