Grammy Update: Jennifer Hudson to Sing “You Pull Me Through”, Carrie Underwood “Last Name”

Access Hollywood has learned that Jennifer Hudson will sing the Diane Warren-penned ballad, “You Pulled me Through”, from Jennifer’s debut album, at Sunday’s Grammy awards.

She’ll hit the stage Saturday night, along with Whitney Houston (maybe they can have an NA sing-off!) and P Diddy to perform at Clive Davis’s big pre-Grammy Gala.

And on Friday, she’ll sing at the Grammy Musicares benefit to honor Neil Diamond, along with Coldplay, the Jonas Brothers and the Foo Fighters.

Jennifer is nominated for 4 Grammys including Best Female R&B Performance, Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals (with Fantasia), Her single “Spotlight” is nominated for Best R&B Song, and her album Jennifer Hudson is nominated for Best R&B Album.

Carrie Underwood was interviewed by Ryan Seacrest Thursday morning on his KISS-FM radio show. She’s in LA for the Grammys and is set to perform “Last Name”, the song that earned her nomination for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.

Carrie tells Ryan she’s been spending more time in Nashville, rather than on the road, as she writes and records her third album. Listen to the interview, after the JUMP…

Ryan Seacrest – Carrie Underwood,

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