Jennifer’s Tricked-Out Gold Trousers Are All About the Waist Fashion October 18, 2022 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter In with the old and in with the new! On Tuesday’s episode of “The Jennifer Hudson Show,” JHud mixed it up in an Alexander McQueen blazer, ALIX NYC bodysuit, Jeffrey Campbell shoes, and vintage pants. According to stylist Verneccia “V” Étienne, Jennifer wanted a little bit of a gold luster, and these vintage trousers were the perfect choice. To Jenniferize the pants, V added a black-and-white waistband to make them extra special. Jennifer has worn vintage a few times on the show: She rocked a vintage yellow long-sleeved turtleneck to interview Magic Johnson and Mickey Guyton, and she wore a multicolored blouse from her own personal collection to sit down with Leslie Jordan and Rachel Lindsay. Subscribe to the “Jennifer Hudson Show” newsletter Kelly Rowland, Max Greenfield, Adam Lambert, and Jenna Dewan Lead Guest Lineup View Story On Tuesday’s episode, Jenn spoke to “The Neighborhood” star Max Greenfield about competing in triathlons to support the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. “I’ve done it for seven or eight years. It’s the best run in Los Angeles to support a wonderful cause,” Max said. However, Max admitted that the race is “as hard as the swim is.” “You’re in the ocean. You swim first, then you bike, and then you run,” he explained. “[It depends] whatever the ocean is doing. Sometimes it’s flat and calm, sometimes it’s rough.” Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok Max Greenfield Uses Gift Wrapping to ‘Trick’ His ‘Expensive’ Son View Story This year, before Max got in the water, he was told that a professional athlete recently “got attacked by a seal” in the ocean. “‘Has that happened?’” he asked the beachgoers, to which they responded, “‘Never!’” But when Max got in the water, he saw a seal, which he said “looked like a little dog.” “All right, today we die,” he told himself. Fortunately, Max made it through unharmed! “The Jennifer Hudson Show” airs weekdays. Check your local listings.