Jennifer Wore Her ‘Romantic’ Dolce & Gabbana Heels to Interview Taye Diggs Fashion October 13, 2022 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Jennifer Hudson channels a romantic comedy protagonist with her fashion. On Wednesday’s episode of “The Jennifer Hudson Show,” JHud rocked a fun and flirty look in a pink Alice + Olivia jacket, a white Ena Pelly T-shirt, and white Ramy Brook drawstring pants. However, the real showstopper was Jenn’s pink ostrich feather Dolce & Gabbana heels! According to stylist Verneccia “V” Etienne, she and Jenn wanted to add a little “romanticism” to her look considering she was going to interview heartthrob — and romantic comedy staple — Taye Diggs! Jenn wore diamond-encrusted silver bracelets and a sparkly silver heart-shaped necklace with her gorgeous getup. Shangela Thanks JHud for ‘Every Dollar Every Drag Queen Made’ Singing Her Songs View Story Subscribe to the “Jennifer Hudson Show” newsletter On Wednesday’s show, Taye and Jennifer bonded over starting their careers at Disney. While Jenn played one of the muses in “Hercules” on a Disney cruise ship, Taye worked at Disneyland in Tokyo, Japan. “Everybody, everything was Japanese. They had not seen Black people. They actually thought I was Michael Jordan at times,” he said about his experience. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok “I had to learn Japanese. We sang in Japanese. It was ridiculous, but it was a lot of fun and I got to see the world.” Jennifer Hudson Tells Taye Diggs She Auditioned for ‘Rent’: ‘I Was So Bad’ View Story Jennifer also interviewed 13-year-old runner Jaiya Patillo, who has competed in the Junior Olympics 14 times and has won first place at the national level three times. “You can do whatever you set your mind to,” the teenage track star said in a message to young girls pursuing track. “You have to put in the hard work. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do it. Everything is inside of you, and you can do it no matter what anyone tells you.” “The Jennifer Hudson Show” airs weekdays. Check your local listings.