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Jennifer Hudson Covers Essence Magazine : January 2014 Issue

J Hud Essence Mag Cover
Jennifer Hudson looks relaxed and lovely on the  January 2014 cover Of Essence Magazine.  While it may seem like J Hud has been laying low she has been very busy!   In this issue of Essence, she talks about what’s been going on in 2013 as well as what 2014 has to offer.  Get the details inside!
According to Essence,

It is undeniable that the Grammy-winning singer had a whirlwind year in 2013. Looking back at the three films Hudson starred in, we are clearly witnessing an artist stepping outside of her comfort zone. The 32-year-old had already won an Oscar and Golden Globe for her role as Effie in Dreamgirls, but no one was quite sure that she was prepared for the parts to follow, most notably playing an anti-apartheid shero inWinnie Mandela. 

She faced several challenges in playing the iconic figure. First, mastering a South African accent:  

“I was so nervous about doing a good job that I started working on the accent a couple of months before I even got there.” Second, relocating away from her fiance David Otunga and son, David, Jr., to film in South Africa: “I was like, ‘Oh, my God—You want me to leave my baby and my man?“” Third, the physical transformation and weight loss—well, we know how she conquered that one in style. And, most importantly, paying proper respect to a living legend: “So much was done to suppress Winnie’s voice, to keep her quiet. Winnie’s story needed to be told.”

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