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Beyonce Lipped Grammy Performance, Jennifer Hudson Shades Beyonce

Chal is serving the TEA!
Hey y'all! Beyonce has everyone talking again. This time her live performance at the Grammys is being questioned. It's being said that Beyonce lipped her Grammy performance of Drunk In Love. I watched the performance and even a clip of where its alleged she's lip syncing but I digress. This isn't the first time Beyonce has come under fire for lip syncing. What do you think?

While I'm on the subject of Beyonce, Wendy Williams reported on her show earlier today that Jennifer Hudson threw shade at Beyonce. There was an interview where J-Hud reportedly made a comment about being too old to sing about being in the club or something to that effect. Like I said I'm not quoting because I can't remember off top but it sounded like it could be aimed at Beyonce. Any who what else is new? These girls I tell you. Just yesterday I was reporting about Michelle Williams being flabbergasted by the lyrics on Beyonce's new album. Then again Michelle always appears to be holier than thou so there you go.

Back to Jennifer Hudson, her new untitled album will be in stores on March 25. You can expect production from Timbaland and Pharrell. Interestingly enough these are the same people who produced on Beyonce's album and are more than likely responsible for some of those risque lyrics we been hearing. Now that's TEA! Till next time people!
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