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Jennifer Hudson Candidly Shows off a Huge Mural of Aretha Franklin — Check Out Her Music Studio

Cathrine Mabvudza
Dec 16, 2020
08:15 P.M.
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Former "American Idol" singer Jennifer Hudson recently shared a photo of herself in her cool music studio, which bore a huge mural of the iconic singer, Aretha Franklin.

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Double Grammy Award-winning artist Jennifer Hudson has been singing her way to fans' hearts ever since she competed on season three of "American Idol."

Although she was eliminated from the show, Hudson went on to have a hugely successful career in music and film, earning an Academy Award for her performance in "Dream Girls."

Jennifer Hudson at the "Cats" world premier at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on December 16, 2019 in New York City.| Source: Getty Images

Jennifer Hudson at the "Cats" world premier at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on December 16, 2019 in New York City.| Source: Getty Images

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Hudson shared a photo of herself doing what she loves most - singing. The star was pictured in her music studio, which had purple lighting and the words "The Vocal Throne" in fluorescent pink lights.

Underneath the bright lights was a huge black and white mural of the late Aretha Franklin, which took up most of the back wall. The studio also featured a hanging mic where Hudson was pictured.

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The "If This Isn't Love" singer looked serene wearing a black high-neck top with a necklace. She wore a pair of large headphones over her short curly hair. She captioned:

"I didn’t want nothing but just to let u know I love ya and thinking of ya and always working for ya! [sic]."

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Fans took to the comment section to show Hudson their adoration. While others expressed their appreciation for her music, some were more curious about her music plans.

One fan commented, "We love you back and support you in everything you do Jhud forever," while another added, "Keep on honing your craft, JHud."

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The mural of Franklin didn't go unnoticed either as fans acknowledged the music icon who lost her battle with advanced pancreatic cancer in August 2018 at 76 years.

On the second anniversary of her death, Hudson remembered the legend with a heartfelt message on Instagram accompanied by a black and white photo of a younger Franklin.

Hudson will get to honor Franklin again when she portrays the "Queen of Soul" in the biopic "Respect," which was originally set for January 2021.

Unfortunately, the film has been pushed back to August 2021, but the actress' performance in the movie has already gained positive reviews after the trailer was released in the summer.

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