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Jennifer Hudson Gets Star and Lights Up 'Black Nativity' Red Carpet

Few American Idol alums have shot to success like Jennifer Hudson. Sure there's Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson, but neither of them have an Oscar.

With Black Nativity arriving in theaters this weekend, Hudson was honored last week by becoming the latest addition to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Black Nativity centers on a streetwise teen from Baltimore who travels to New York City to celebrate the Christmas holidays with his estranged relatives. His journey proves to be both surprising and inspirational as he runs into the likes of Forest Whitaker, Tyrese Gibson and Mary J. Blige.

The red-carpet premiere for the film was held last week. Click on the images below for larger versions.

 

 

If you haven't purchased tickets for Black Nativity, you can get them here. The film opens nationwide November 27.

 

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