Jennifer Hudson showed off her impeccable dress sense and toned midriff in a cropped top and matching pants ensemble, as she ran errands in Beverly Hills recently.
Although she has spent the last few months working on the production of her Aretha Franklin biopic “Respect,” Jennifer Hudson finally got some free time, and she made sure she spent it on some “me time.”
Jennifer Hudson attends the Entertainment Weekly and PEOPLE Upfronts party presented by Netflix and Terra Chips at Second Floor on May 15, 2017 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images
The singer had passionately sang Donny Hathaway’s ’30s classic “For All We Know (We May Meet Again)" in front of a picture montage of Bryant and Gianna at the February 16 NBA All-Star Game.
For the trip, the 38-year-old rocked a maroon knit crop top with a pair of tight brown pants, a large full-length camouflage coat, and nude and black snakeskin leather boots.
The pictures she shared with her nearly 3 million followers, showed her sitting within a store before she moved the party outside. Eventually, Jennifer made her way to the beach where she dipped her toes in the sand and posed for a couple of pictures.
The “Cats” star excitedly shared that she was “so happy to have some me time,” soon after she gave a powerful performance in honor of late Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna “Gigi” Bryant.
CNN Entertainment revealed that the singer had passionately sang Donny Hathaway’s ’30s classic “For All We Know (We May Meet Again)" in front of a picture montage of Bryant and Gianna at the February 16 NBA All-Star Game.
Jennifer had been introduced by basketball legend, Magic Johnson who said that he wanted people to “come together” to honor Kobe and former NBA Commissioner, David Stern. David had died on New Year’s Day.
Gianna Bryant and Kobe Bryant at the WNBA All-Star Game 2019 on July 27, 2019 in Nevada | Photo: Getty Images.
“We’ll never see another basketball player quite like Kobe. We all are hurting, this is a tough time for the whole NBA family.”
The 60-year-old then asked the audience to rise and hold hands as they observed eight seconds of silence – which was a reference to one of Kobe’s jersey numbers.
During the NBA All-Star Game, the teams captained by LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo, wore jerseys that paid homage to Kobe and his daughter.