The Oscar-winner, who went into hiding following the brutal slayings of her mother, brother and seven-year-old nephew last year, will resurface at the Super Bowl XLIII, where she is set to sing the American National Anthem on February 1. The actress, who may also perform at the Grammy's on February 6, was also reportedly trying to move on, considering film offers and working on her own screenplay.
And her "Dreamgirls" co-star Jamie Foxx insisted Jennifer, nominated for four Grammys for her self-titled album, was doing better and on her way back. "She's doing well, and she said that she wants to get back into the swing of things. She's feeling good," Contactmusic quoted Foxx as saying.
Washington (ANI): Jennifer Hudson is "feeling good" and getting ready to return to showbiz three months after having faced the horrors of her tragic family murders.