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'Smash': Watch Jennifer Hudson sing 'Home' from 'The Wiz' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Smash returns next Tuesday at 10pm with more of guest-star Jennifer Hudson. In this exclusive clip from the episode, called “The Dramaturg,” Hudson’s Ronnie Moore is rehearsing for her next Broadway show, a revival of The Wiz, and sings the musical’s signature song “Home.” Meanwhile, Derek (Jack Davenport) shows up to discuss the project with her. Watch the clip below…

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'Smash' scoop: The Jennifer Hudson premiere performance you DIDN'T see -- EXCLUSIVE



Did you watch NBC’s reboot of Smash last night? If you did, then you saw guest-star Jennifer Hudson’s first appearance as Broadway star Veronica “Ronnie” Moore (Hudson appears in 3 out of the first 4 Smash installments). Ronnie first appears in Beautiful, a Broadway show-within-Smash, and performs a rollicking swing number called “Mama Makes Three.” But that was not how producers initially intended to introduce Ronnie. READ FULL STORY

'Smash': Watch Jennifer Hudson sing the new song 'I Can't Let Go' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

If you’re going to hire Jennifer Hudson to guest-star on a musical like Smash, you better have an epic ballad for the Oscar-winner to sing. Well, thankfully, the producers of the NBC series know exactly how to use Hudson’s talents. In this exclusive clip from the climax of episode 4, Hudson’s Veronica “Ronnie” Moore sings a brand new song, written by Smash‘s composers and exec producers Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, while performing at her own televised concert.

Regular viewers will recognize Derek (Jack Davenport), who directed the concert, standing in the wings; Ivy (Megan Hilty) and Karen (Katharine McPhee) singing back-up; Tom (Christian Borle) on the piano; and newcomers Jimmy (Jeremy Jordan) and Kyle (Andy Mientus), whose characters are credited with penning “I Can’t Let Go” on the episode. Also, look for a cameo in the audience by Sheryl Lee Ralph as Ronnie’s controlling mother. Watch the spectacle below… READ FULL STORY


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