Jennifer Hudson mum on family murders on 'Oprah'
Jennifer Hudson wants everyone to know she's doing "good."
But she doesn't talk with Oprah Winfrey today about the shooting murders of her mother, brother and nephew, the case against William Balfour or how she dealt with the sudden deaths.
On Friday's live episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show," the singer simply tells fans that she's happy to return to performing, and that singing at big events such as the Super Bowl is "like therapy" for her.
"[I'm] in a very good place," the Oscar- and Grammy-winner, 27, told Winfrey, according to People.
Oprah asked about Grammy night, and Hudson said that the highlight was being handed her award by Whitney Houston, something that "almost surpassed" winning the award for best R&B album.
The former "American Idol" contestant sang her new single, "If This Isn't Love," for Oprah's audience, but again, avoided talking about the murders of her mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew.
Presumably, this is because a) it's too painful and always will be and b) she's not supposed to discuss the murder case against William Balfour that has not yet come to trial.
Hopefully, she talks about her engagement and impending wedding to reality-TV contestant David Ortunga.
Can you say, "TiVo time"?
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