Jennifer Hudson – I Still Love You

Jennifer Hudson – I Still Love You

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20 Responses

  1. lilian chan says:


  2. bara like says:

    wowww a great song !!!!

  3. GRQ JOYEUX says:

    Such a great summary of a story of life for a 4 minutes video

  4. GRQ JOYEUX says:

    It’s great to see a happy ending in gay themed video clip

  5. Torrance Snyder says:

    And their I go so happy IM CRYING

  6. Alisson Gampert says:

    Amei a música e o clipe, até porque é uma rainha dona de oscar e do meu cu,
    né mores?

  7. Zoub Lool says:

    So nice 

  8. Luís Labrador says:

    What an amazing beautiful music video, I loved it. Also, Jennifer Hudson
    voice is insanely powerful and flawless, incredible song!!! Amazing remixes
    coming please, would be awesome for clubs. #IStillLoveYou

  9. alberto fenty says:

    gracias por este video tu voz es hermosa y que lindo es saber que estas con
    la comunidad gay te amooooooo

  10. chrissylove45 says:

    Cool song…not feeling the video but it would be good on #Empire

  11. Serafini Gaunt says:

    Manila Luzon! :D

  12. what ever says:

    I have a lot of respect for Jennifer Hudson! She’s great

  13. Moises Queiroz says:

    Essa música e muito top … Principalmente por mostrar que temos que
    aceitarmos as diferenças 😉 

  14. Pocket Raphael says:

    Not gonna lie my allergies started acting up.

    Via +Phyl B 

  15. Frederick Santana says:

    #jenniferhudson #Istillloveyou #marriageequality #lgbtiq

  16. Caio Santiago says:


  17. Richard Price Elliott (1guy2be) says:

    Jennifer Hudson. All in Disco. 

  18. Stefan L. Moton says:

    Beautiful simply beautiful

  19. FairlyFriendlyFox says:

    God bless Jennifer Hudson for supporting Gay Marriage by this video. I wish
    every man, father or son, brother, collegue or friend was acceptable to
    LGBTQ community and their rights.

  20. Willie Corry says: