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  • Jennifer Hudson Through the Years

    Jennifer Hudson performed live in Central Park as part of the "GMA Summer Concert Series" on June 10, 2011. Following her performance on "GMA," the award-winning singer and actress was taken to the hospital complaining of severe abdominal pains. She was treated for food poisoning and released, her publicist said in a prepared statement.
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  • Jennifer Hudson Through the Years

    Jennifer Hudson takes viewer questions and talks to "Good Morning America's" Robin Roberts about her new album, upcoming movie roles, dramatic weight loss and being a mom.
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  • Jennifer Hudson Through the Years

    The might voice of Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson rings out over Central Park at the "Good Morning America" summer concert.
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  • Jennifer Hudson Through the Years

    Hudson performed new songs "Where You At" and "Believe" off of her second album, "I Remember Me," on "Good Morning America" Monday, March 21.
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  • Jennifer Hudson Through the Years

    Hudson smiles with Robin Roberts and Sam Champion on the set of "Good Morning America" Monday, March 21.
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  • Jennifer Hudson

    Not one to slow down, Hudson has a new album titled, "I Remember Me," due out in September 2011. She also starred as Winnie Mandela, the South African anti-apartheid activist and ex-wife of Nelson Mandela, in the controversial upcoming biopic, "Winnie." In a recent "20/20" interview with Deborah Roberts, Hudson said, "reading [Winnie Mandela's] story is such an eye-opener and a wow factor...I was like, I have to be a part of this."
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