Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jennifer Hudson In Pamella Roland - 28th Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

Alongside Usher, Jennifer Hudson was also one of the performers at the 28th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California yesterday evening.

I love Jennifer, jumpsuits and sequins, so I should be head-over-heels in love with this look.

Sadly this is not the case as the jumpsuit is just too tight, and in the most uncomfortable places.

This nude beaded one shoulder jumpsuit is dynamite; perfect for a performance look, so I wish she had gone up one size.

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Jennifer Hudson In Emanuel Ungaro - 'Call Me Crazy A Five Film' LA Premiere

Jennifer Hudson attended the premiere of Lifetime’s ‘Call Me Crazy: A Five Film’ at Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California.

The singer and actress wore the first look from Emanuel Ungaro’s Fall 2013 collection to hit the red carpet–and also the first Ungaro look on the red carpet since last September.

While I’m a huge fan of mixing prints, this is absolutely not working for me. The leopard and polka dots makes my heat swim, and the addition of the peek-a-boo bra is just one more element vying for my eyes’ attention.

Jennifer is rocking her new figure, and she gets props for daring to go with a bold look, but this is just too much print. At least she went with a solid black pump rather than the polka dotted boots on the runway, and her hair and cat eyes look flawless.

Jennifer Aniston attended the same premiere in a similarly surprising fashion choice.

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Jennifer Hudson In Donna Karan - Weight Watchers 50th Anniversary Celebration

Weight Watchers celebrated their 50th anniversary at the Weight Watchers Center in New York City, inviting the most inspirational celebrity to front their campaign – Jennifer Hudson.

The singer/actress, who once had a mild addiction to fitted mini dresses (and who can blame her?), wore a simple black t-shirt with a Donna Karan metallic-gold pencil skirt, which showed off her gorgeous figure.

Her sophisticated look was styled with uber-cool Christian Louboutin ‘Diptic’ booties and gold bracelets.

A light-pink lip colour and side-parted silky waves completed her chic look.

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A bi-colour version of Jennifer’s Christian Louboutin ‘Diptic’ booties are available to purchase from Barneys.com.

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Jennifer Hudson performed at the 2013 Oscars at the Dolby Theater on Sunday night, but before she did, she made a fashion-forward statement on the red carpet.

The singer/actress/spokeswoman wore a design from Roberto Cavalli Couture.

Jennifer looked stunning in an animal-like printed sequin gown that shimmered in a wide range of blue hues. The curve-hugging dress also wowed with a thigh-high center slit that showed off the singer’s blue peep-toe shoes. Jennifer further styled her dress with dramatic drop earrings and a blue, beaded cylindrical clutch.

I’m loving Jennifer’s all-blue look. Are you?

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Jennifer Hudson In Monika Chiang & L'Wren Scott - Super Bowl XLVII

Jennifer Hudson led the Sandy Hook Elementary School chorus in a rendition of ‘America the Beautiful’ ahead of the Super Bowl XLVII game between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers at the Superdome New Orleans, Louisana yesterday evening.

It was such an emotional performance that some of the players on the sidelines were on the verge of tears.

The singer opted for a black leather Monika Chiang turtleneck, which she styled with a white L’Wren Scott pencil skirt adorned with military-style buttons.

Saint Laurent ‘Escarpin’ pumps with an ankle-cuff strap and tights completed her look.

The green ribbon pinned to her top was in honour of the students and teachers killed during the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

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