Transcript for Jennifer Hudson releases cover of iconic Motown song 'Ain’t No Mountain High Enough'
But first Mona Kosar Abdi is here with "Pop news." Good morning, Mona. Good morning, will, glad to see you on a weekend. You as well. Morning, night, all the time. Exactly and looking fabulous. Let's jump into "Pop news." We begin with Jennifer Hudson, the singer releasing the full version of her "Ain't no mountain high enough" cover, the Oscar and grammy winner performer first previewed it in February in a Mastercard commercial showing support of women black-owned businesses. Hudson is set to portray Aretha Franklin in "R-e-s-p-e-c-t" which Franklin personally selected her to star in. I can't think of a better Perfect. New music from Justin Bieber. The musician releasing "Hold on" along with a music video where we see him rob a bank to save his love interest. Touching, it comes from his upcoming sixth studio album "Justice" opening up ahead of the premiere saying the song is a hopeful record of holding on because a lot of us want to give up at times. There's a lot to look forward to. There's a lot we can't control sometimes but there's always hope. Such a timely message. "Justice" drops March 19th. They say don't meet your heros or idols. Zaya wade may disagree. The daughter of Dwyane wade sat down with Michigan Obama. The daughter of NBA star Dwyane wade skipping class to interview the former first lady. Take a listen. Well, hey. Hi. Good for you. Good. I'm so nervous. How are you? I'm doing great. How is it going? I hear you're slotting me in between school. So I feel very special. No. I'll always make an exception for you. We might have put her on blast, but we're sure the teachers also made an exception. They discussed the new edition of Obama's best-selling memoir "Becoming," adapted for young readers. Giving the 13-year-old advice we can all use telling her to, quote, be patient with yourself. Dwyane posted it on his Instagram page with the caption, the word is starting to get a glimpse of what we get to see every day. Simply an amazing human being. I love the interaction between those two because then Michelle Obama was fan Girling saying she's an amazing role model and living her truth. So we love to see that. Her eyes lighting up when Michelle Obama appeared. A little nervous. Just being honest about it. I remember your first interview. It wasn't Michelle Obama. Yakima, Washington, that's right. I remember that. Those were the days. Mona, thank you so much. We appreciate it.
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