Jennifer Hudson arrived at the Academy Awards on Sunday ready to perform the song "I’ll Fight" from "RBG," the Oscar-nominated documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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But despite her poise onstage, Hudson spent the night swooning over encounters with fellow stars -- and we're so loving her for it.
Here are a few of our favorite moments from Hudson's giddy night.
Hudson meets Glenn Close
Photographers went bonkers as Hudson met Close on the red carpet. She later shared an image of the pair on Facebook, writing, "Such an honor."
Hudson meets Barbra Streisand
Hudson bumped into Streisand at the Vanity Fair Oscars party and snagged a pic with the star, writing, "Omg omg."
Hudson meets Scottie Pippen
Hudson posed with with former NBA star, noting in her caption her and Pippen's connection to Chicago, Illinois. "Chicago legend," she wrote on Instagram.
Hudson meets Bette Midler
Hudson was visibly beside herself as she encountered Bette Midler backstage. "That moment when you finally get to meet @bettemidler @theacademy OMG! I love he," Hudson captioned on a video of the meeting.
Hudson has epic reaction to Lady Gaga's acceptance speech
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Yessss......to everything @ladygaga said!!! Every word and every note she sang and every tear ! Congrats on your win, so well deserved ! @theacademy if it’s not worth working hard for it’s not worth it at all! It may get a million no’s but all it takes is one yes to change your life !
Hudson appeared to be fully immersed as Gaga accepted the award for best original song for "Shallow" from "A Star is Born." Hudson was captured on camera nodding and mouthing the word "yes."
Video of the moment, which was shared by Hudson, quickly garnered lots of attention on social media.
Hudson meets Chaka Khan
Hudson meets Idris Elba
Hudson meets Rep. John Lewis
It's safe to say Hudson had a great night at the Oscars, even if her song did not pick up an award.