Jennifer Hudson from 'Cats' Stuns in Voluminous Pink Dress & Black Bodysuit in Photo for British Vogue
Jennifer Hudson graced British Vogue with her presence despite her busy schedule, doing a feature dressed in a pink puffy dress and a black corset.
Jennifer Hudson gave her fans a sneak peek of what they can expect from her British Vogue feature, sharing a stunning photo of her dressed in a gorgeous pink puffy gown, a black corset, and matching black heels.
Her British Vogue feature comes after the premiere of her movie "Cats," where she plays the role of Grizabella, and while filming the upcoming Aretha Franklin biopic "Respect," where she plays none other than the Queen of Soul herself.
Jennifer Hudson balances her busy schedule quite well, still having time for her son David Jr. despite it all.
ON HER ROLE IN "CATS"
Hudson's role in "Cats" was quite iconic, as she plays Grizabella, the character who sings the musical's hit song, "Memory."
Speaking about how she had to prepare for the role, Jennifer revealed it was such a heavy role to play and it's the most emotional she's done so far.
"Oh, boy! I had to bring the brokenness and the sense of being an outcast to the role. It’s a very emotional, heavy role. I want to say it’s the most emotional role I’ve played."
HER CHARACTER'S IMPACT
According to the singer, her character carries such a heavy load on the film, and that put a lot of pressure on her to do it justice.
"My character, Grizabella, carries the weight of the film. I call it the heart of the film. When Grizabella comes in, you can't help but wonder, 'who is that?'"
HER UPCOMING ARETHA FRANKLIN MOVIE
On top of it all, she is filming the biopic "Respect," where she plays Aretha Franklin herself. The movie is slated to be released in August 2020.
Jennifer Hudson balances her busy schedule quite well, still having time for her son David Jr. despite it all. Her son primarily lives with his father, David Otunga Sr., but that doesn't mean Jennifer does not try her best to spend time with him as much as she can.