Jennifer Hudson puts her incredible vocals on display as she performs Memory for Lady Gaga’s Global Citizen One World: Together at Home concert
She’s been giving her fans free concerts online amid the coronavirus global pandemic.
And Jennifer Hudson teamed up with the, Global Citizen: Together At Home, concert event on Saturday to perform for the entire world.
The 38-year-old opted to perform her solo, Memory, from the movie, Cats.
Stellar performances: Jennifer Hudson put her incredible vocals on display as part of Lady Gaga’s Global Citizen: Together At Home, concert on Saturday
Jennifer kept things casual in a peach colored top and cardigan for the performance.
Her long braided brunette tresses were styled over to one side with a headphone piece attached on the other side.
The singer’s makeup was kept simple to a brush of mascara and a sweep of blush.
Stellar performance: The 38-year-old opted to perform her solo, Memory, from the movie, Cats
Helping hands: An inset showcased a pianist helping her with the music in the background
Jennifer stood in front of a moss colored wall with guitars and ukuleles hung up.
An inset showcased a pianist helping her with the music in the background.
The American Idol alum’s performance comes after she took to Instagram Stories last month to sing her rendition of Hallelujah.
As her followers poured in love, she said, ‘Thank y’all, I love y’all so much’ and encouraged others to call a friend, use Facetime and ‘pray pray pray.’
Giving back: Jennifer has spent the past few weeks performing for her fans online with Instagram Live videos
Jennifer’s performance on Saturday comes as part of the Lady Gaga’s Global Citizen concert.
The eight-hour TV special will see performances and appearances from stars including; Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, David and Victoria Beckham, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Alicia Keys, Ellen DeGeneres, Pharrell Williams, Eddie Vedder, Kerry Washington, Coldplay´s Chris Martin, Celine Dion, Lizzo, J Balvin and Andrea Bocelli during the final two hours.
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel will host the TV special.
Philanthropy: Lady Gaga is responsible for putting the concert together alongside Global Citizen (pictured 2019)