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Jennifer Hudson Proves BET's Black Girls Rock With This Epic Performance Of I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)!

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The fierce pixie diva has arrived!!!

Jennifer Hudson and her new do' graced us with its' presence at Sunday's BET Black Girls Rock! special, hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King!

The epically awesome evening featured musical tributes from R&B’s fav ladies including Kelly Rowland and Janelle Monáe!

But Miz Hudson provided us with a spectacularly unforgetable (and debut) performance her new single I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)—and it totally blew us all away!

Ch-ch-check out the incredible vocals… AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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7 comments to “Jennifer Hudson Proves BET's Black Girls Rock With This Epic Performance Of I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel)!”

  1. WascallyWaaaaabittttt says – reply to this


    What a joke that is. Black girls do NOT rock. They are the most musically shallow females on the face of earth and rock is the LAST music they play. Black men invented rock and roll but black women spit on it and rejected it from day one. Tina turner only rocked because Ike did. Black american girls R&B. And when they sing jazz or gospel.. they do it the same way they do R&B. Its the band behind them that changes. They stay the same over and over. ASian girls in asia rock. They play heavy metal. The compose operas and symphonies. They play surf guitar. They R&B. They compse New age music. They are a diverse musician. There are no musical ruuuuuts in japan.

  2. wascallyWaaaaabittttt says – reply to this


    I sat in an establishment in japan with some business associates of my parents' watching …..a japanese female surf guitar band playing american surf tune classics (and i've seen asian girls SLAY on heavy metal guitars better than any guy.. almost). Then you come back to america and you see the black chicks doing only one thing over and over again and thinking repetitious monotony is "talent". Wake me up when black chick branch out into other genres. They are sitting in one place like a rock. They stagnate like a rock. Black girls stagnate.

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    Re: WascallyWaaaaabittttt – They do not mean rock as in rock music you numskull. They mean rock like they are cool or awesome. Similar to the term you rock. They are not referring to just music either. And furthermore, traditional gospel and jazz music sounds nothing like R&B.

  4. wascallyWaaaaabittttt says – reply to this


    Re: zenawarrior – Like my favorite song says. THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY…. THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY… …….TOOOOO ROOOOCCK!! der der der derder der derrrrrrrrr

  5. wascallyWaaaaabittttt says – reply to this


    or maybe the lyric is "there's only one way to rock". Ok maybe its not my MOST favorite song.

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    Re: WascallyWaaaaabittttt – Well I am not sure, but the first rock song I heard was by Jerry Lee Lewis, but then again, what do I know, I am only 65 years old.

  7. Ani says – reply to this


    Hahaha, are you really this stupid, or are you just acting stupid?
    Black girls rock, stands for, black girls are cool.
    And is a great show.
    This has nothing to do with Rock music, and by the way Jimmie Hendrix a
    black men was one of the founders of gitar rock.
    Get your fact straight.