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Nearly two years after the slaying of her mother, brother and nephew, Jennifer Hudson will reportedly speak "at length" about the horrific incident in a special episode of "Behind the Music."
Hudson's sister Julia is also set to speak in the special as well as "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson, her fiance David Otunga, Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah, Whitney Houston, Ne-Yo, Robin Thicke and label boss Clive Davis.
According to MTV News, "The 'Behind the Music' episode will focus on Hudson's rise to fame after her early exit from 'American Idol." Hudson, who gave birth to a son earlier this year, also touches on her Oscar and Grammy wins, her love life and motherhood. The episode will include exclusive footage of Hudson and her son, David Jr."
No air date has been reported for Hudson's "Behind the Music" special.
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