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Filming of Dreamgirls began on January 9, 2006, and the film went into limited release on December 25, 2006, and national release on January 12, 2007.Hudson has won particular praise for her show-stopping onscreen rendition of the hit song, "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going", the signature song of the role, which had earlier been recorded, and had already reached the status of musical standard, because of the definitive performance of Jennifer Holliday.In September 2006, Hudson performed the song, "Over It," live on Fox Chicago Morning News.In the interview she stated the song would be included on her debut album, to be released in early 2007; however, this was before she was signed to a record label.The power-ballad would later become available on the deluxe edition of Hudson's self-titled album as a bonus track.In November 2005, Hudson was cast in the role of Effie White for the film adaptation of the musical Dreamgirls, which also starred Jamie Foxx, Beyoncé Knowles and Eddie Murphy. She won the role over hundreds of professional singers and actresses, including Fantasia Barrino.She was released from her five-year contract with Righteous Records so that she could appear on American Idol in 2004.
The track was produced by Chicago natives Powell and Herman Little III, who also arranged the song.
Her subsequent studio albums, I Remember Me (2011) and JHUD (2014), saw continued commercial success with the former also being certified gold in the United States.
Hudson received her second Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album in 2017 as a cast member on The Color Purple.
Despite the breakup, the couple reportedly continued to live together while trying to reach a custody agreement for their son. I believe that he left it out to taunt, intimidate and frighten me, which he absolutely accomplished." , "David Otunga has been trying to negotiate the terms of an amicable parenting agreement with Ms.
, Hudson alleged that a jealous Otunga called her several times while she was at a recording session in Chicago.
In May 2010, the Los Angeles Times claimed Hudson to be the third greatest Idol contestant in the history of the show, placing behind season one winner Kelly Clarkson and season four winner Carrie Underwood.