Jennifer Hudson's fiance, David Otunga, is joining the family business - heading into feature films in "The Call," and the Oscar-winning actress said Hollywood should look out.
"We call him 'Curtains,' because when he got the role he was like, 'Curtains for everybody!'" Jennifer told Access Hollywood as she promoted her upcoming film, "The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete," at the Sundance Film Festival, in Park City, Utah, on Thursday night.
"He's so excited," she continued of WWE star David's new role. "I can't wait to see the film... He's super excited about the project coming out and he got to play an officer in 'The Call.' I just got to see the preview for it... Look out, curtains for everybody!"
Jennifer will follow up her Sundance trip with one to Washington, D.C., where she confirmed she'll performer as part of President Barack Obama's second inauguration.
The Grammy winner revealed she will be singing, "Let's Stay Together" at the Inauguration Ball.
"I'm getting it ready," she said. "It's Obama - [it's] one of his favorite songs," she said.
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