Will Taylor Swift be the cat's meow as she gears up for her big-screen musical debut?
Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton struggle to cut their teams in half during the first night of "The Voice' playoffs.
In the last pairing in the final Knockout Round on “The Voice,” both singers poured their hearts out onstage, which put coach Adam Levine into difficulty. But he wasn’t the only one riding an emotional roller coaster.
A slow, dramatic version of Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" has the "Voice" coaches fighting over a contestant.
Kelly Rowland reveals the Whitney Houston song that got her a spot on Destiny's Child, and it's probably not the one you think.
Multiple coaches try to steal 'Voice' contestant after an amazing cover of Tom Petty's "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around."
Interview with 'Dreamgirls' director Bill Condon on Beyonce, Jennifer Hudson, and changes for the director's cut Blu-Ray
A "Voice" contestant freezes at the beginning of his song and mumbles through the lyrics before eventually powering through the song and getting a coach to turn their chair.
Jennifer Hudson surprised everyone on "The Voice" when she busted out into a Whitney Houston duet with contestant Davon Fleming.
Miley Cyrus pulls out all the stops trying to get a country singer on "The Voice." She even brought in the big guns!
"The Voice" returned with Jennifer Hudson as a coach and standout performances from a gay ex-NFL player and someone who is a church leader by day and drag queen by night.
It’s December, which means it’s time for another live musical on NBC. Following The Sound of Music Live!, Peter Pan Live!, and The Wiz Live!, this year’s live event was Hairspray Live!. The 1988 movie/Broadway musical/2007 movie came to the small screen with newcomer Maddie Baillio as the lovable Tracy Turnblad.
Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Queen Latifah, Pink, Adam Levine, Bono, Jennifer Hudson, and more recorded videos for the campaign, listing everyday incidents, from “riding in your girlfriend’s car with a child in the back” to “attending a birthday party,” that led to innocent black lives being taken.
After her performance in Broadway's The Color Purple concluded, Jennifer Hudson found the words to pay tribute to Prince, who was a personal friend of hers.
It’s no secret that Jennifer Hudson can hit that high note like a pro, so when she does karaoke, you can expect a show. That’s just what happened on Monday night when the Oscar winner stopped by Planet Rose in N.Y.C. with her castmates from the Broadway musical The Color Purple. They worked the stage to “Crazy in Love,” channeling their inner Beyoncé, and the 34-year-old songstress even sang her own track, “Where You At.” But it wasn’t all smooth sailing and hitting the high notes.