Jennifer Hudson Honors Whitney Houston on BET

Jennifer Hudson sang “I Will Always Love You” at the 3rd Annual BET Honors, taped at Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., on January 16 in honor of pop diva, Whitney Houston. The concert aired Monday night (Feb 1) on BET.

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The show also celebrated the achievements of Sean “Diddy” Combs, and Queen Latifah.

Whitney stood in the audience looking thrilled while Jennifer belted out a powerful rendition of the Dolly Parton-penned hit.

Jennifer has learned to control her instrument, without losing the emotion. That’s why she knocks me out every time I hear her sing.  On Idol, girl was great, but she was all over the place sometimes. She’s come a long way.

Watch the video after the jump. thanx jennifer hudson daily

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41 Comments

  1. “Jennifer has learned to control her instrument, without losing the emotion. That’s why she knocks me out every time I hear her sing. On Idol, girl was great, but she was all over the place sometimes. She’s come a long way”

    Word Mj, She and Adam are two of the most powerful singers I’ve ever heard… I knew the first time I heard her sing the power she had.. and the plus is they both have great tone, too… which is really rare.. I love how she uses her gift and doesn’t bs around with all that processed crap.. she uses what sets her apart.. like Adam does LIVE.

  2. Wow Jennifer was great. One of her best performances in her career. I love Jennifer’s growth and she continues to amaze me. She was good on Idol but even better now. Jennifer is just the gift that keeps giving. A voice is amazing.

  3. She is quickly moving herself into the Idol elite class with Carrie and Kelly

  4. Jennifer is amazing and I’m glad you said that MJ while I thought she was great on Idol she was all over the place most of the time, she’s learned to control it and honestly Jennifer is rarity in the music business right now. Someone mentioned before about Simon’s comment on Idol talking about Jennifer doesn’t have it, I bet his eating those words right now.

  5. She is quickly moving herself into the Idol elite class with Carrie and Kelly

    Well, the girl won an Oscar! I’d say she is already on the elite class.

    She’s just amazing :’).

  6. Mj I had posted on another board how much it seems like Jennifer has improved since Idol. She was good on Idol. Now she seems to know how to “emote’ the song or something like that. I don’t know if that required additional training or just is her growing confidence while performing but she has become an incredible singer. I think she will continue to awe us with her talent.

  7. Jennifer keeps getting more and more amazing despite already having collected some of the biggest prizes there are. Definitely an artist in the true sense. Like you say, it’s a combination of the technical and the emotional. She has that power to literally drive people out of their chair and to their feet.

    And on a shallow note, she’s find ways to look increasingly elegant these days. Love you JHud!

    This was also poignant because Whitney looks rather frail in this. Clearly her life went in hard directions after superstardom, with the mess of a husband and substance abuse problems, but she created quite a musical legacy and it’s good to see her get some love and respect here.

  8. Jennifer has learned to control her instrument, without losing the emotion. That’s why she knocks me out every time I hear her sing. On Idol, girl was great, but she was all over the place sometimes.

    MJ, I agree totally. You could tell she had a voice on Idol but she was kinda wild-eyed and all over the place. Now… she’s just amazing. Plus she looks so elegant and fabulous as well. That was gorgeous!

  9. “Whitney sat in the audience looking thrilled while Jennifer belted out a powerful rendition of the Dolly Parton-penned hit.”

    Whitney stood the entire time, exhorting and almost shouting at Jennifer to “Sing that song, baby!” waving her arms, etc etc etc. I thought Whitney looked frazzled and.. well, basically nuts. I loved Jennifer’s rendition, but Whitney definitely distracted from that performance.

  10. jennifer is the class of idol alums, and i really believe she’s just getting warmed up. she is multi-talented, and has options in both the music and acting world the give her almost unlimited possibilities to sustain a long and successful career. she’s blazing a standard not just for idol alums, but for anyone who has ever been told you weren’t ”good enough”, would never ”make it” or to keep their day job when in the pursuit of their dreams. you go girl, keep on keeping on.

  11. “Jennifer is the class of idol alums, and i really believe she’s just getting warmed up. she is multi-talented, and has options in both the music and acting world the give her almost unlimited possibilities to sustain a long and successful career. she’s blazing a standard not just for idol alums, but for anyone who has ever been told you weren’t ”good enough”, would never ”make it” or to keep their day job when in the pursuit of their dreams. you go girl, keep on keeping on.”

    THIS!!

    Jennifer has alawys been my favorite Idol and she just proved again why I like her so much.

    Plus, she looks fabulous! This is the best I’ve ever seen her. And that voice… wow!!! I just hope the music industry appreciates her gift. And I’m glad to see she’s still doing movies.

  12. Powerful performance. Her path after Idol has taken her to where she should be in her career. She was more than a pop singer and even though Simon was tough on her, he, I grudgingly admit, got it right. Jennifer was able to make it on her own, doing it her own way and found respect and adulation, which makes that success all the more sweeter.

    Her singing seems to be cathartic, each word touching her and in the process touching the audience. The woman has gained so much and lost just as much. She releases it all on that stage. Beauty in sorrow, beauty in joy.

  13. I just cried like a baby. Jennifer Hudson is an incredible singer. She moves me every time, but this one was special.

    I wish she would put together an album covering familiar classics like Whitney, Bette Midler, Roberta Flack, Janis Joplin, and such. There are so many songs I would love to hear with her voice in them.

  14. jennifer is the class of idol alums, and i really believe she’s just getting warmed up. she is multi-talented, and has options in both the music and acting world

    I loved Jennifer on the show and think she’s great, but doesn’t her being a huge success in music really depend more on whether she makes albums that sell well in today’s climate than on her talent (just like for all the rest of them)?

    The belting diva and moving ballad singer with the gorgeous voice who looks like a beautiful but normal person and who doesn’t pole dance on stage doesn’t seem to be a very big genre at the moment. Seems to me that where music is concerned she’s more likely to be considered a strong, classy player with a long-term niche career rather than a big seller. Unless the styles turn back to loving divas again. And given the general lack of interest in good *voices* that I see in popular music these days, I don’t really expect that to happen anytime soon. I don’t see Jennifer being to the current taste of the young.

  15. no lucy lol, Jennifer is HIGHLY respected. Album sales don’t equal talent. And u can’t judge her when she only has one album that she barely got to promote the way she wanted.. She will get there with the album sales eventually. Jennifer is the BEST young vocalist out today, she confirmed that last night..

  16. Yeah Jennifer will get there in album sales I believe. All things considered u can make it with a voice like that in the industry and sell well. Look at Mary J Blige or people like Leona Lewis (her first album). Alicia Keys as well. They did not and have not jump on the dance craze synth pop that is going on now (Lady Gaga, Beyonce) but made great albums that sell extremely well. Jennifer if u look back could not promote her first album and was not able to tour internationally like she wanted too because everything had happen. It was not even a month after her album came out that the tragic murders happens when u take that into account how can u expect any album to sell really big with only a little of a month of promotion.

    Her second album I feel will be better and she will be able to promote it to the extreme. Jennifer has gained new fans and higher respect in the music biz today that I feel will support her album and get her to that platinum status that I can see her achieving. It will only be a matter of time

  17. I loved Jennifer on the show and think she’s great, but doesn’t her being a huge success in music really depend more on whether she makes albums that sell well in today’s climate than on her talent (just like for all the rest of them)?

    this is sorta akin to the sage saying of those people who know the price of everything, but the value of nothing… if one’s sole focus or mile marker to bestow ”success” in the music industry, or any field, is sheer quantitative numbers, imo there is a lot going to be missed along the way that gives a much broader and richer meaning to the term… her success in both arenas gives her talent and her accomplishments more depth, more texture – her cd sales to date, and going forward to be honest, for me are of no consequence to the totality of what she has accomplished at such a young age, in two very demanding and unforgiving fields, and what the future promises. the joy is in keeping an eye on the totality of her achievements, instead of trying to qualify it by assigning more weight in one area over the other…

  18. On Idol, girl was great, but she was all over the place sometimes. She’s come a long way.

    So true, MJ.

    Great perf. by Jennifer. wow–there’s a lot to look at too–those shoulder pads, breasts, Whitney crying.

  19. no lucy lol, Jennifer is HIGHLY respected.

    I know she’s highly *respected*!! I *said* that!

    But that doesn’t necessarily translate into being a big-number seller. That’s all I’m saying. I think it would be very nice if it did. But I don’t really see evidence of that in sales today. I’ll be happy if it turns out differently and the most respected artists, the best singers, etc., become the people most played on radio and the top sellers. But I’m not holding my breath for that to happen!

    I have no doubt that she will have a strong career. But I’m expecting it to be more of a niche career and not a multi-platinum-selling career. …

    I think it’s kind of funny that you all seem to be saying that the most respected artists and the most emotive and beautiful singers also are the big sellers! Can you give me some current examples of that????!!

  20. this is sorta akin to the sage saying of those people who know the price of everything, but the value of nothing… if one’s sole focus or mile marker to bestow ‘’success” in the music industry, or any field, is sheer quantitative numbers, imo there is a lot going to be missed along the way that gives a much broader and richer meaning to the term… her success in both arenas gives her talent and her accomplishments more depth, more texture – her cd sales to date, and going forward to be honest, for me are of no consequence to the totality of what she has accomplished at such a young age, in two very demanding and unforgiving fields, and what the future promises. the joy is in keeping an eye on the totality of her achievements, instead of trying to qualify it by assigning more weight in one area over the other…

    I’m not saying that what I expect the future to hold reflects *my* values! I was just surprised — and am still surprised — that so many people seem to be implying that Jennifer is likely to be a hot seller and a huge success in that way!

    The way I define success, she’ll be a huge success having the highly respected niche-seller career that I predict. I was just wondering whether most folks were differentiating in that way, and it seems to me from most of the responses I got, they’re not. In general, folks seem to be saying that she’ll be a highly respected singer and also a big seller. I doubt that, is all.

    (on that first album — it’s true that she didn’t get to promote it, but I think it’s also true that it didn’t have songs that were worthy of her talent, for the most part. I’m not very impressed with the material on it. Hopefully, the next time she’ll have great songs …. I still don’t believe that great songs will make Jennifer a huge mainstream hit …. but I’ll enjoy her album much more if it has songs that seem to me to be worthy of her talent.)

  21. Yeah Jennifer will get there in album sales I believe. All things considered u can make it with a voice like that in the industry and sell well. Look at Mary J Blige or people like Leona Lewis (her first album). Alicia Keys as well. They did not and have not jump on the dance craze synth pop that is going on now (Lady Gaga, Beyonce) but made great albums that sell extremely well. Jennifer if u look back could not promote her first album and was not able to tour internationally like she wanted too because everything had happen. It was not even a month after her album came out that the tragic murders happens when u take that into account how can u expect any album to sell really big with only a little of a month of promotion.

    Her second album I feel will be better and she will be able to promote it to the extreme. Jennifer has gained new fans and higher respect in the music biz today that I feel will support her album and get her to that platinum status that I can see her achieving. It will only be a matter of time

    i see jennifer kinda/sorta following a similar career tack a la streisand… in that her is talent is versatile and deep enough to sustain concurrent success on the silver screen, as well as in the music business… this is not a comparison of the two by any stretch, i just notice those similarities, and it’s been a while since we’ve had artists, especially female artists, who have been able to do them in tandem, and do them well. gotta stick up for the talented ”sistahs” out there, past and present, who are able to carve out their niche in the dog eat dog world of entertainment :)

  22. The way I define success, she’ll be a huge success having the highly respected niche-seller career that I predict. I was just wondering whether most folks were differentiating in that way, and it seems to me from most of the responses I got, they’re not. In general, folks seem to be saying that she’ll be a highly respected singer and also a big seller. I doubt that, is all.

    as in all things, we’ll just have to sit back and let the future settle the matter – i’m in no rush… it matters not to me, or seemingly to the majority of people outside of this insular little idol bubble whether she ever becomes the biggest record seller on the planet… when all is said and done, i’m willing to wager more ink and acclaim will be written about her as a major talent in the entertainment industry, and not as jennifer hudson, big seller of albums.

  23. when all is said and done, i’m willing to wager more ink and acclaim will be written about her as a major talent in the entertainment industry, and not as jennifer hudson, big seller of albums.

    Yeah, I agree with this. I think she’s gotten enough attention by now, and the right kind of attention, by winning the Oscar, that people will continue to pay attention when she does something. And when people pay attention, her talent certainly shines.

  24. I agree. This was a beautiful tribute performance. Whitney looked beautiful and healthy. Glad to see her mother there, too. I also really enjoyed Kim Burrell’s amazing “I Believe in You and Me.” Spine-tingling.

  25. Hey Lucy u asked for sings with great voices right now who have sold or are selling at the top right and I’ve counted Alicia Keys Mary J Blige and Leona Lewis. They have stayed true to their roots and not have jumped on the dance bandwagon and yet still sell well and are able to chart high on the charts. They use thier gifts which are thier voices and great muusic to succeed and have done so. I see your opinion but I just think it’s to small to put Jennifer in a box of not being able to sell multi platinum albums just because she’s using just a voice as talent when others out today are doing the same and are selling great and charting high. They don’t use gimmicks or anything flashy to sell themselves to the public. They rely in talent and if it works for them it can very work for Jennifer. We shall see when her new album comes out this year.

  26. I’ve counted Alicia Keys Mary J Blige and Leona Lewis.

    Okay, I’ll give you Alicia and Mary J! …. Leona seems to be sinking fast, though. I’m not convinced her voice is doing all that much for her on the sales end.

    Jennifer seems a lot more like a balladeer to me than Alicia K or, especially, Mary J, though. And I guess it’s mainly the balladeer aspect that I have doubts about. (Plus, I do think looks will have something to do with it. Jennifer’s adorable, and a great dresser, but when I look at the careers of Jordin, Melinda, even Fantasia, plus Jennifer, compared with the careers of the more traditionally “hot” thin-girl lookers these days, I suspect that plays into lower sales (given that they’re all brilliant singers but their sales are meh compared to the sales of more conventionally hot looking women )… Call me a complete cynic.

    Let’s just say that I hope you’re right! (But even if you’re not, I’m not saying that Jennifer won’t have a fine career — just a smaller one than the stardom talk suggests, is all. I’m certain she *will* have a fine career….She’s off to a great start.)

  27. Whether or not Jennifer sells platinum albums or not, she has a very powerful voice and stage presence that touches me. This was a beautiful tribute to Whitney. Also Jennifer’s rendition of “Let It Be” on the “Hope for Haiti Now” album is something I can listen to over and over. I hear gospel roots in her singing that I love.

  28. … i’m just curious… have you listened to her full cd lucy? still just a tad amused here… the stardom talk? follow me outside of the idol bubble for a minute… homegirl is wayyyy past the talking stage of stardom… she has arrived baby, and from the looks of things, she ain’t going anywhere, anytime soon, lol… if, not that it really matters in the grand scheme, bit if she sells platinum next go round will that suddenly signify to a select few in idol land that she’s now ”made it”? lol

  29. As far as being a star is concerned Jennifer already has an Oscar, Golden Globe, and a Grammy, I don’t know how bigger she can get. Now her album sales could be alot better but she’s only put out 1 album and she has time. I will never expect her to sell huge numbers like Beyonce and Lady Gaga but she does have a market that want to hear people like her who are all about the voice and not a gimmick. Now Beyone and Gaga don’t need gimmicks because they actually have great voices but they know that is what gets them attention. You really can’t compare her to Jordin or Melinda I mean they have all good voices but Jennifer is in a league of her own compared to those two. As much as I love Melinda she doesn’t have that it thing that makes her a star. Jordin could be huge but I’m not sure alot of ppl are interested in her, she needs to branch out more if she wants to become a big star. Fantasia is someone who has that it thing for me, now if she makes the right decisions and is marketed properly she could be really big. Bottom line no one else right now can say they have an Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe and even if she doesn’t say sell tha much no other artist out right now can say that.

  30. As far as being a star is concerned Jennifer already has an Oscar, Golden Globe, and a Grammy, I don’t know how bigger she can get. Now her album sales could be alot better but she’s only put out 1 album and she has time. I will never expect her to sell huge numbers like Beyonce and Lady Gaga but she does have a market that want to hear people like her who are all about the voice and not a gimmick. Now Beyone and Gaga don’t need gimmicks because they actually have great voices but they know that is what gets them attention. You really can’t compare her to Jordin or Melinda I mean they have all good voices but Jennifer is in a league of her own compared to those two. As much as I love Melinda she doesn’t have that it thing that makes her a star. Jordin could be huge but I’m not sure alot of ppl are interested in her, she needs to branch out more if she wants to become a big star. Fantasia is someone who has that it thing for me, now if she makes the right decisions and is marketed properly she could be really big. Bottom line no one else right now can say they have an Oscar, Grammy, and Golden Globe and even if she doesn’t say sell tha much no other artist out right now can say that.

    word.

  31. Well lucy what look department doesn’t Jennifer have. Yes Jennifer is not a stick thin model type but I don’t think that has anything to do with anything. She shouldn’t have to slim down more to fit a certain mold as say Rihanna. Plus have you’ve seen Jennifer lately she looks great her body is sick. I think thats also the thing lucy your boxing her in a very small category as a balladeer which she is not just that. Songs like Spotlight showed the public Jennifer doesn’t have to be singing a huge ballad to be a success. It was #2 on R&B and in the top 30 on the Hot 100 so it shows she can be more than just a big ballad singer. Jennifer’s career is nothing but small. Her career right now is huge even with a platinum record. Constantly being asked to sing at very high profile events, huge movie roles etc the girl got it made and the industry loves her. I believe Jennifer can pull in the big numbers of Alicia and Mary with this next album cause I think putting her in a small box like just a big ballad singer has nothing to do with it. And looks also are very much in Jennifer’s favor. I mean she was the first African American singer on the cover of Vogue so that just says it all.

  32. ggdoorsfan
    02/02/2010 at 4:08 pm
    … i’m just curious… have you listened to her full cd lucy? still just a tad amused here… the stardom talk? follow me outside of the idol bubble for a minute… homegirl is wayyyy past the talking stage of stardom… she has arrived baby, and from the looks of things, she ain’t going anywhere, anytime soon, lol… if, not that it really matters in the grand scheme, bit if she sells platinum next go round will that suddenly signify to a select few in idol land that she’s now ”made it”? lol

    Yep, I own her cd. But unfortnately, it’s made its way into a small pile of idol cds from people I love but whose cds I’m just kind of meh about (she and David Cook are on the top of that pile.) …. I think she sounds great on it, but most of the songs sound generic and unmemorable to me, which i was shocked to discover, given what a big name she was when she actually got to *make* that album — I would have thought they would have pulled out all the writing stops for her and given her stuff that was distinctive, extremely musical, and memorable as heck … and, to me anyway, they just didn’t. I’m hoping for better next time, of course, but i wonder how often labels do a much better job on second albums (it’s different with bands who write their own stuff of course — they often become better writers with the second and subsequent albums….but when you’re an interpreter of song, you’re dependent on what others come up with …)

    Really, I’m not one of those people at *all* who thinks you haven’t made it unless you sell multiplat. I would say very few of the best artists today don’t do that and some of the best don’t even sell gold. …. I’m a person around here who’s *always* arguing that. I guess, though, that I’m so used to chiming in with that when Idols are being talked about, that when I hear people saying that Jennifer’s on the cusp of being a truly legendary star, they *must* mean that she’ll be a huge seller, as well. …. So I chime in to say I’m not so sure about that, given the kind of music she makes and the kind of crap that mainly seems to sell brilliantly today …. Now I’m getting the feeling that I happened to stumble into a group of Idol fans who *aren’t* actually pinning that “will definitely sell millions” label on somebody, that people actually were just talking about what a compelling fine performer Jennifer is and that’s what her stardom will consist in (whether or not it comes with huge sales)! How refreshing! And I certainly agree with that — she’s great right now and she has every promise of continuing to get better. I never in the least meant to quarrel with that. I hope that big sales go with it, but who knows. I would put the chances of *that* more at 50-50 given the extreme fickleness of audiences and what I see as a big lack of respect for musical quality. But maybe the audiences will all prove me wrong!

  33. Well lucy what look department doesn’t Jennifer have. Yes Jennifer is not a stick thin model type

    That’s it. …. Is there any woman at the top of the charts who is not a stick-thin model type these days? Maybe there are but I can’t think of any. … It’s inutterably stupid that that should make a difference between a multiplatinmum-selling woman singer and somebody who wins a niche bt something else, I agree. But honestly I think that’s what I see. …. So I wouldn’t be surprised if looks worked against Jennifer …. They’ve worked against Kelly C being at the absolute top, I believe. So it wouldn’t surprise me if they worked against Jennifer too. I truly think that the great mass of the younger generation of music buyers, especially, have their preferences pretty largely set by the model images they see everywhere. When you have the New York Times saying that Courtney Arquette is now an overweight pig, that’s the kind of celebrity-image culture we’ve developed, so far as I can see.

  34. Well lucy what look department doesn’t Jennifer have. Yes Jennifer is not a stick thin model type but I don’t think that has anything to do with anything. She shouldn’t have to slim down more to fit a certain mold as say Rihanna.

    just another reason the eurocentric standards for women, especially aa women, of what is considered beautiful has long needed to gooooo… those kind of standards have been detrimental to the self image of too many women, and are still insidiously prevalent in our culture, especially the entertainment industry… jennifer is beautiful by any standard, and i hope she stays strong enough within herself to not give in or feel overly pressured to give herself over to these outmoded constructs of what is considered appealing, or beautiful.

  35. Yeah I don’t feel Jennifer needs to become thin as someone like Rihanna. She a woman with curves and if you look at Beyonce lately she has curves too. Jennifer recently has lost 56 pounds (this due to her upcoming movie) but looks great and very appealing. The buzz that I’m hearing lately is people really love her look.

    As far as album goes with people like Ne-yo, Ryan Tedder, Stargate, and Claude Kelly, and John Legend working with Jennifer on her new album I see nothing but sure fire hits. So I’m extremely confident that this next album will be better than the last which I love the first album. Jennifer said herself this album will go a more personal route than the last and be more about her so I have high expectations

  36. Now I’m getting the feeling that I happened to stumble into a group of Idol fans who *aren’t* actually pinning that “will definitely sell millions” label on somebody, that people actually were just talking about what a compelling fine performer Jennifer is and that’s what her stardom will consist in (whether or not it comes with huge sales)!

    idol fans aren’t a monolithic group – there are some who can look beyond the numbers, look at the totality of a person’s career and their achievements to get a broader definition of what constitutes success… idol breeds a competitive mindset that can sometimes blind or color the perception of that person’s success outside of its bubble… hudson i feel has moved leagues beyond the comparison and competitive games we like to play, as her success isn’t solely dependent on her music career – she has options available to her many alums don’t and won’t have, so the album numbers game for her, to me, has become irrelevant as a gauge to measure her success… this could all change in the future, but in the foreseeable one, i think she’s solid.

  37. idol fans aren’t a monolithic group – there are some who can look beyond the numbers, look at the totality of a person’s career and their achievements to get a broader definition of what constitutes success… idol breeds a competitive mindset that can sometimes blind or color the perception of that person’s success outside of its bubble… hudson i feel has moved leagues beyond the comparison and competitive games we like to play, as her success isn’t solely dependent on her music career – she has options available to her many alums don’t and won’t have, so the album numbers game for her, to me, has become irrelevant as a gauge to measure her success… this could all change in the future, but in the foreseeable one, i think she’s solid.

    1000% agree with this. A lot of people (not saying u Lucy) seem to forget once the competition is over it’s over. Season 3 ended for Jennifer 6 years ago (God I forget it was that long lol) People were even worried with her first album that because she doesn’t have a real big Idol audience backing her she wasn’t gonna sell well. And though her first didn’t go platinum it sold big it’s first week on the standards as far as someone not placing in the top 5 in the competition and went on to go gold and beyond despite only having little than a month to promote it. A lot of idol people I remember didn’t even think she as gonna sell in the 200k range her first week which she did. Jenn’s audience has grown past Idol into the people who loved her from Dreamgirls, to SATC, to SLOB, to her wonderful live performances and just to her amazing story. Her fanbase has grown. A lot of people I know who wasn’t even fans of hers became fans after she did Let It Be on the Haiti special. Jennifer has that ability to capture people’s attention and with the heavy promotion I’m sure she’s gonna get with her next album she’ll capture a lot of other people too. Another White House performance next week just proves Jennifer is just getting started

  38. In an era (say the last 20+ years) when white women singers are rewarded for sounding black (either for power-belting or blue-eyed soul), and black women singers are rewarded for sounding (and looking) white, I’m just so enthralled by JHud, whose vocal quality and singing style is unabashedly gospel/church, and whose face & body make no apologies for who she is. As for women needing to be hot to succeed, JHud is better than hot – she’s cool.

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