Story Continued Below There was a rotating cast of celebrities on stage, singing a few of their greatest hits, and a complex system to get alcohol, with lines for drink tickets and then drinks as well, making for a relatively sober affair. There are ...
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But despite a more sober national mood, there was plenty of enthusiasm ... sung here by Oscar-winning actress and singer Jennifer Hudson, whispering and laughing as they spun. Meanwhile, the huge crowd at the downstairs official …
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“It came true,” said Hathaway, who joins 2002 supporting-actress winner Catherine Zeta-Jones for “Chicago” and 2006 recipient Jennifer Hudson for “Dreamgirls ... feature prize over a lineup of sober films that included the AIDS chronicle ...
The upbeat musical portrait "Searching for Sugar Man" took the documentary feature prize over a lineup of sober films that included the AIDS ... Jones singing "All That Jazz" from "Chicago" and Jennifer Hudson doing "And I Am Telling You …
“It came true,” said Hathaway, who joins 2002 supporting-actress winner Catherine Zeta-Jones for “Chicago” and 2006 recipient Jennifer Hudson for “Dreamgirls ... feature prize over a lineup of sober films that included the AIDS chronicle ...