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Jennifer is a true role model. At the 2013 Do Something Awards, she was recognized for the foundation she created with her sister to help improve education and healthcare for children, after the loss of her 7-year-old nephew.
Jennifer Hudson has stolen our hearts with her beautiful voice and loving personality. On July 31, Jennifer was honored at the Do Something Awards for creating the Julian D. King Gift Foundation.
Jennifer Hudson Cries At The Do Something Awards While Paying Tribute To Slain Nephew
It’s been four and a half years since Jennifer’s mother, brother and nephew were murdered. Now, Jennifer has decided to honor the ones she loved and lost by giving back.
Jennifer and sister, Julia King — who couldn’t make it to the show – were presented with the award by Ne-Yo after a touching tribute video. The video included photos of Jennifer growing up with her nephew, »
- Emily Longeretta
All too often, we hear millennials are slackers so plugged into their own worlds they're terminally disengaged from everyone else. Yet there are legions of people under 25 making a difference.
The VH1 Do Something Awards celebrate generally unknown good Samaritans and five celebrities making a difference. At this writing, a host had not been selected for the show that airs live from the Avalon in Hollywood Wednesday, July 31.
"It is not your grandmother's awards show," Naomi Hirabayashi, the chief marketing officer for the Manhattan-based nonprofit, tells Zap2it. "We want to first celebrate these amazing young people who are making a change in their community and celebrate for a night, to make them celebrities for a night. And the second thing is to honor those celebrity honorees also using their voice for good."
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