October 30, 2014
NEW YORK (AP) - Jennifer Hudson is returning to "American
Idol" - for one night only.
The Grammy- and Oscar-winning actress, singer and "Idol" alum
is scheduled to tape a performance in front of the studio audience
on Wednesday after the live broadcast has ended, says a person
close to the show who did not want his or her name used because the
person was not authorized to speak to reporters.
Hudson's appearance will air on an upcoming segment, the person
says. It will be the 26-year-old superstar's first time as a
performer on the stage that made her famous since the slayings last
year in Chicago of her mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew.
Hudson will likely sing a song from her self-titled debut CD,
which won the Grammy for best R&B album in February. She was a
finalist on the third season of "American Idol."
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