Jennifer Hudson For Manhattan Magazine

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Singer and actress Jennifer Hudson covers the October 2013 issue of Manhattan magazine. For this issue, the Grammy Award winning artist was shot by photography duo Gomillion & Leupold. For the shoot, J-Hud rocked trench coats and fitting dresses from Burberry and Versace. Below are some highlights:


On the President:
“Obama is so hands-on and aware. He’ll tell stories off the top of his head about people who’ve written to him with their health issues, and he’ll remember their names and every detail. He cares enough to know.”

On “Winnie Mandela”:
“It was intimidating to play Winnie after seeing how much she means to the people. To some she’s an angel and to some she’s Satan, but either way, woo! The strength that woman possesses is amazing. We put so much into the story, and it took a lot out of us.”

On “The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete”:
“It terrified me to play that part [of a heroin addict] because I had no reference point. I’m 31 and I’ve never, ever, ever had a drink or done a drug in my entire life. I stick with Diet Coke and Crystal Light and water.”

On her upcoming album:
“Should I give away the title? Let’s just say you’re gonna get Jennifer-ized!”



Photos Credits: Gomillion & Leupold for Manhattan

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