See Jennifer Hudson's Amazing Transformations from the Start of Her Career up to Now
Jennifer Hudson's life has taken quite the journey from her run on 'American to Idol' to her winning an Oscar for her role in "Dreamgirls." Take a look at her transformation.
Jennifer Hudson didn't win season three of "American Idol" in 2004. However, her powerful vocals and stage presence gained her a lot of recognition in Hollywood and she soon became a star.
It is reported Hudson has admitted to being a self-proclaimed shopaholic. She once revealed in an interview that her style is tomboyish and sometimes bohemian. With her success, she has also added glamorous to her aesthetic.
When Hudson appeared for her audition on "American Idol" she had just finished work on a Disney Cruise ship. The song she chose for the judges on the competition was "Share Your Love with Me" by Aretha Franklin.
Her life has come full circle since that fateful audition. In 2020 Hudson announced that she would be starring as Franklin in the highly anticipated biopic titled, "Respect."
Following her Oscar win, Hudson was bitten by the acting bug and continued to pursue more film projects. In 2008 she starred in "Sex and the City" alongside Sarah Jessica Parker.
After struggling with her weight for most of her life, Hudson changed her lifestyle and lost a significant amount of weight.
Hudson admitted that while fame brought with it better access to high-end fashion, the movie helped her appreciate fashion more. She said it was the start of her experimenting with different styles.
Her fashion when she's around her son goes for more casual styles like sweaters, jerseys, stretch dresses, and t-shirts.
The Oscar winner had been on "Weight Watchers" before she stepped down as an ambassador in 2014. To lose weight, she incorporated better eating habits and a regular workout routine.
Along with the changes in her wardrobe, Hudson also made a to her hairstyle change in 2015. She sported a new look when she cut her hair and made her pixie cut significantly shorter.