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July 30, 2020

Jennifer Hudson Pays Tribute to the Beautiful Women Who Challenge Her — See How

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"Respect" star Jennifer Hudson took part in the "women supporting women" challenge on Instagram to pay tribute to all the beautiful women out there who inspire and challenge her.

A couple of days ago, Jennifer Hudson showed her support to the "challenge accepted" campaign on Instagram. The movement purports to be about promoting women empowerment. 

Hudson posted a black and white photo of herself on Instagram and thanked a bunch of her friends for nominating her for the challenge. 

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EMPOWERING WOMEN

Keeping the momentum of support going, the singer shared a series of new pictures on Instagram with a message for all the beautiful women who challenge and inspire her. She wrote:

"All of u [sic] beautiful women who inspire me to keep challenging me [sic] and I want u [sic] to know that I accept every single one of them!"

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The women empowerment challenge is not the only campaign that Hudson currently supports. She was the one who kicked off the "Global Goal: Unite For Our Future" concert. 

The virtual campaign aims to celebrate and support entities that are working to develop COVID-19 tests, treatment, and vaccines. 

Hudson plays the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in the film that features her rise to fame.

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JENNIFER'S EPIC NEW MOVIE

Besides doing what she can to show her support for greater global issues, Hudson is also keeping herself busy with work and her fans have something to look forward to. 

MGM just released a trailer for the actress' upcoming movie "Respect," a biopic that stars Hudson, Marlon Wayans, Mary J. Blige, Marc Maron, Queen Latifah, and Tituss Burgess. 

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Hudson plays the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in the film that features her rise to fame. The movie was initially scheduled for August but the release was pushed back due to the pandemic. 

"Respect" will be in theatres on limited release ahead of Christmas Day this year. Hudson said that the movie resonates with what is happening in the world right now. 

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The cast and crew for the movie came together with a shared love for Franklin. The once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will allow the cast to honor the late icon's memory. 

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