FAB PICS: Stunning Jennifer Hudson Looked Incredible At The Glamour Woman Of The Year Awards

A stunning sight: Jennifer Hudson looked incredible at the Glamour Woman Of The Year Awards in New York City on Monday
The Glamour Woman Of The Year Awards were a star-studded affair, but Jennifer Hudson commanded attention in her jaw-dropping gown. The 34-year-old turned every head as she arrived at the New York City event, showcasing her slim but curvy physique. Jennifer picked a form-fitting silver gown by Marchesa with a low-cut neckline, leaving plenty of her ample cleavage on display.


The gorgeous dress had a fishtail cut and was covered in delicate beads and silver sequins. Every part of Jennifer's outfit was coordinated - from her beaded clutch bag to her gunmetal heels and matching manicure. The actress and singer was dripping in diamonds, with dramatic drop earrings and a dazzling silver cuff.

Jennifer slicked back her hair and went for bold make-up, with bright red lipstick and shimmering smoky and metallic eyeshadow. The star opened the show with a performance of Too Beautiful For Words from The Color Purple, but not before changing into a flowing black strapless gown.

Jennifer is gearing up to star on Broadway in a revival of The Color Purple. Performances begin on Tuesday, and the play's opening night will take place on December 10. 

Dazzling Jennifer Hudson arrives in silver at Glamour awards
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Silver siren: The actress and singer wore a jaw-dropping beaded and sequined gown by MarchesaSilver siren: The actress and singer wore a jaw-dropping beaded and sequined gown by Marchesa
Showing some skin: Jennifer showcased her ample cleavage and curvy shape in the plunging, form-fitting frock

All about the glamour: The 34-year-old also wore dazzling diamond earrings and carried a beaded clutch
Finishing touches: Jennifer wore bold pink lipstick and metallic eyeshadow, along with a gunmetal manicure

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Kicking things off: Jennifer opened the star-studded ceremony with a performance, but not before changing
Kicking things off: Jennifer opened the star-studded ceremony with a performance, but not before changing
Breath-taking: The stunning star belted out Too Beautiful For Words from The Color Purple, which she is starring in on Broadway
Breath-taking: The stunning star belted out Too Beautiful For Words from The Color Purple, which she is starring in on Broadway
Quick change: For her second look of the evening, JHUD wore a strapless black gown with corseted top
Quick change: For her second look of the evening, JHUD wore a strapless black gown with corseted top
Glam: The beauty posed backstage showing off her unique outfit
Glam: The beauty posed backstage showing off her unique outfit
Looking good: Hudson wore black trousers with a skirted corset and jewel-encrusted jewelry
Looking good: Hudson wore black trousers with a skirted corset and jewel-encrusted jewelry

Glamour's Women Of The Year 2015 

Reese Witherspoon: The Hollywood Hero. The Oscar-winning actress was honoured for co-founding the Pacific Standard production company that creates films with female protagonists.
Victoria Beckham: The Fashion Force. The fashion designer was being recognized for her career and work as an international goodwill ambassador for UNAIDS and other philanthropy.
Misty Copeland: The Showstopper: The principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre in June became the first African American ballerina to gain the top title at the prestigious dance company.
Elizabeth Holmes: The Entrepreneur. The 31-year-old businesswoman founded blood test company Theranos in 2003 and has an estimated net worth of $4.5 billion.
Caitlyn Jenner: The Transgender Champion. The 65-year-old Olympic hero turned reality star was recognized for her role as a transgender role model.
Cecile Richards: The Health Advocate. The president of Planned Parenthood was recognized for her leadership of the non-profit organization.
Team USA: Game Changers. The US Women's National Soccer Team was honoured for winning the FIFA Women's World Cup in June.
Charleston Strong: The Peacemakers. Alana Simmons, 26, Nadine Collier, 47, Bethane Middleton-Brown, 45, Felicia Sanders, 58, and Polly Sheppard, 71, were recognized for seeking peaceful solutions following the massacre at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.




   - Daily Mail





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