Following her stirring Whitney Houston tribute at last weekend's Grammy Awards, Jennifer Hudson had herself another memorable awards show night at the 43rd NAACP Image Awards on Friday (February 17).
The 30-year-old singer was among the stars taking the Shrine Auditorium stage, as she joined forces with Ne-Yo for a duet during the Vanguard Award presentation to "Star Wars" guru George Lucas.
As for their choice in song, Jennifer and Ne-Yo delighted the audience as they delved into the Dianna Ross classic "Ain’t No Mountain High Enough".
Shortly after finishing up the performance, Miss Hudson was required onstage for another reason - as she was named as the Outstanding Album winner for her disc titled "I Remember Me."
Enjoy the pictures of Jennifer Hudson and Ne-Yo at the 43rd NAACP Awards (February 17).
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