NAACP Image Awards

2009, TV Show


Jennifer Hudson Rules at Image Awards

Jennifer Hudson

Less than a week after nabbing her first Grammy Award, Jennifer Hudson continued her winning ways at Thursday's NAACP Image Awards, where she scooped up three trophies.

"This is where we come from," Hudson said. "So it's always an honor to come home and feel welcome and to feel the love. I really cherish this and appreciate it."

The singer/actress won new artist, outstanding collaboration ("I'm Only His Woman" featuring Fantasia) and best album for her eponymous debut. Hudson's film, The Secret Life of Bees, won best picture. She was also nominated for her supporting work in the drama, but lost to ...
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Beyonce, Stevie Wonder and to Perform at NAACP Awards

Beyonce Knowles

Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder and will be on hand to keep the beat at the NAACP Image Awards this Thursday (8 pm/ET, Fox).  The trio joins previously announced performers Jennifer Hudson and Seal at the 40th annual event.

A plethora of other stars will also appear throughout the evening, including... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List for Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009

Tyler Perry

My Name Is Earl
8 pm/ET NBC
Crabman's witness-protection journey continues tonight in an episode featuring guest stars Morgan Fairchild, Joan Van Ark and Andrea Parker. The enigmatic Darnell and his family land squarely in an upscale community, courtesy of their new identities. But you can't take the trailer park out of Joy, who struggles to adjust to her new luxury lifestyle and her privileged neighbors — desperate housewives, slinky cougars and trophy wives all. Meanwhile, Darnell's beloved Mr. Turtle (slowly) comes home, so Earl sets out to return the pet to its rightful owner.

Read on for previews of Survivor: Tocantins — The Brazilian Highlands, Grey's Anatomy, NAACP Image Awards and ER. read more

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Premiered: February 12, 2009
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Premise: Halle Berry and Tyler Perry host the 40th annual celebration of the contributions of people of color to literature, music, television and movies. Beyoncé, Jennifer Hudson, Seal, and Stevie Wonder perform, and Al Gore and Dr. Wangari Maathai receive the Chairman's Award. Presenters include Sean "Diddy" Combs, Taraji P. Henson, Keke Palmer, Regina Taylor and Kerry Washington. The event is broadcast from Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.


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