Jennifer Hudson Tries on Sparkly Blue Mask at Home Amid Quarantine
Jennifer Hudson showed off her face mask in a new video she shared with her 3 million Instagram followers.
As many people around the world continue to take measures to limit the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus, singer and actress Jennifer Hudson has shown off her face mask.
The "Dreamgirls" star posted a video to her Instagram feed that saw her turning her head from side to side to show off the blue face mask she was rocking.
The last time the [Jennifer Hudson] gave such a moving and powerful performance was during her tribute to Kobe Bryant just before the NBA All-Star Game, back in February.
The clip immediately grabbed the attention of her followers as they ensured that they asked her where she got the mask from.
Hudson's post comes nearly two months after Daily Mail reported that she had been spotted outside the XIV Karats store in Beverly Hills.
Those weren't the only comments, however, as many other people told her that she looked "cute" with the mask on her face.
For the run around town, the mother-of-one opted for a maroon knit crop top with chocolate brown stretch pants, which she paired with a full-length camouflage coat.
Jennifer also rocked a pair of black shoes with white soles as she walked towards her vehicle, with a small branded XIV Karats store bag swinging in her right hand.
Since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, the "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" singer has been doing her best to keep people entertained.
According to Daily Mail, she most recently teamed up with the "Global Citizen: Together At Home" concert event on Saturday, April 18, to perform for the entire world.
For the virtual event, the 38-year-old chose to perform her solo, "Memory," from the 2019 musical fantasy movie, Cats. As for her stage, Jennifer stood in front of a moss-colored wall that had guitars and ukuleles hung up on it.
The last time the singer gave such a moving and powerful performance was during her tribute to Kobe Bryant just before the NBA All-Star Game, back in February.
Jennifer moved the crowd at the All-Star Game, as she passionately sang Donny Hathaway's classic "For All We Know (We May Meet Again)" in front of a picture montage of Bryant and his daughter, Gianna.
It would be recalled that Bryant, Gianna, and seven others passed on in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California on January 26. Bryant and Gianna were buried on February 7 at a Southern California cemetery.
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