Oprah Gets Jennifer Hudson to Perform Original Song On Apple TV, Talks Prayers & Impact of Covid-19 On Black Community

Written by: Kay Montgomery – April 16th, 2020 11:12pm PT

AFTERBUZZ TV LOVES OPRAH WEEKLY

Oprah Winfrey is returning to the small screen for Apple Plus TV in a series of shows aimed at educating the public on Covid 19. In the daily series the philanthropist brings together celebrities, lauded doctors, scientists, politicians, and reporters to bring us the latest in response to the pandemic as well as ways to stay safe and inspire hope. This week she highlighted the particular disproportionate effect the virus was wreaking on African American communities across America. 

“This is a time when we need to be lifted. We need to be comforted and your voice is one that can do it.”

That’s what Oprah proclaimed as Jennifer Hudson prepared to perform an original song meant to release tension and offer hope to the African American community via video call from her home in Chicago.

Oprah listened along, swaying and bowing her head to J. Hud’s soulful sound and seemed to meditate as she earlier remarked that we all have to be “prayed up”.

We love Oprah! There are so many reasons to love Oprah, She continues to leave an indelible mark on culture through her groundbreaking content on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The Oprah magazine celebrates its 20th year this month has changed the way we saw Black women. Her highly rated Talk Show which ruled the airwaves for 25 years changed the way we talked about abuse. Her impact upon the entire continent of Africa with her Oprah Winfrey Leadership School for Girls, changed the way young women were educated. And now she is cementing her legacy as a philanthropist through donating her time and money to combat Covid 19. Just another reason AfterBuzz TV Loves Oprah Weekly.

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About The Author:

Kay Montgomery is a host at Afterbuzz TV who loves sitcoms and is currently embroiled in a vicious debate on Bracketology. She is A Different World devotee and although she has a masters degree in Education from The University of Redlands, she would have given anything to go to fictional Hillman College.

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