The Jennifer Hudson Show, May 8, 2024, “Kerry Washington, Delroy Lindo, Faly Rakotohavana”

The Jennifer Hudson Show

On Wednesday, May 8, 2024, The Jennifer Hudson Show welcomes a star-studded lineup, including Kerry Washington, Delroy Lindo, Faly Rakotohavana, Jee Young Han, Marque Richardson, Jordyn McIntosh, gospel singer CeCe Winans, public speaker Cindy Noir, and content creator Joy Green from Houston, Texas.

Kerry Washington, Delroy Lindo, Faly Rakotohavana, Jee Young Han, Marque Richardson, and Jordyn McIntosh, the cast of the Hulu comedy series UnPrisoned, join the show to discuss the series and their respective roles. Inspired by Tracy McMillan’s life, UnPrisoned follows a therapist and single mom, Paige Alexander, whose life takes an unexpected turn when her estranged father is released from prison and moves in with her and her teenage son.

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Gospel legend CeCe Winans stops by to talk about her newest album, More Than This, a dynamic celebration of faith, praise, and worship. Recorded live at Rocketown in Nashville, the album features Winans backed by a dynamic full band, delivering poignant ballads and up-tempo songs.

Jennifer Hudson then welcomes public speaker and middle school substitute teacher Cindy Noir from Atlanta, Georgia. Cindy gained attention after sharing a TikTok video about how UnPrisoned impacted her personal healing journey and her reconciliation with her estranged father.

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Next up is content creator and Cricut expert Joy Green from Houston, Texas. Joy is a mom of three and a passionate creator, sharing her crafts and DIY projects with her audience.

The Jennifer Hudson Show airs Wednesday, May 8, 2024.

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