Jennifer Hudson recently took to social media with a heartwarming video in which she plays a piano and belts out notes to a lovely song with her stunning vocals.
Jennifer Hudson has a message for her fans and followers amid the ongoing unrest happening all over the country.
The famous singer took to her Instagram page with a short video clip in which she played the piano while singing a beautiful song.
The song encouraged love and togetherness; it encouraged people to endure as everything would be alright. In the video, all that could be seen was a low burning candle and a hairpin made to form the word "Love."
The 38-year-old actress captioned the post, "Don't ever allow other people's ugly to mess up your beautiful! This is my prayer and my heart's love song for all that's going on right now!"
She concluded her caption with lyrics from the song, and fans commended her for the message she was attempting to pass across.
Many thanked her, saying the uplifting song could not have come at a better time. The picture comes shortly after Hudson's court case with a paparazzi went public.
The photographer wants close to $175,000 with attorneys' fees.
According to court documents secured by The Blast, a photographer by the name Fernando Ramales is suing Hudson and her company, JHud Productions.
The lawsuit, which was filed in New York Federal Court, accuses Hudson of copyright infringement.
According to the documents, Hudson reproduced a copyrighted picture of herself without authorization from Ramales, a professional photographer based in New York.
Ramales' photo captured Hudson dressed in a pink blazer and thigh-high stilettos. A news site reportedly bought the image and used it to run a story on December 21, 2019.
A few days later, the same picture was uploaded on Hudson's Instagram page with the watermark that identified Ramales as the owner scrubbed.
Ramales is reportedly offended because Hudson did not seek his permission, wouldn't pay him for the photos, and still disavowed him as the owner of the picture by scrubbing out his watermark.
The photographer wants close to $175,000 with attorneys' fees for the alleged willful copyright infringement. Like many other stars, Hudson has been keeping a low profile spending time indoors due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Other celebrities have also taken to exercising indoors and have been showing fabulous results. Ryan Philippe showed off his ripped body, and J-Lo showed off her gym body in a camouflage sports bra.