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ABC to air former 'Idol' Jennifer Hudson's Christmas special Dec. 14

By Christopher Rocchio, 11/09/2009 

ABC has announced Jennifer Hudson: I'll Be Home for Christmas, an hour-long primetime music special starring the former American Idol third-season finalist, will air Monday, December 14 at 8PM ET/PT.

The special will follow Hudson as she travels to her native Chicago "to share childhood memories of the music, people and places that set the stage for her phenomenal success," according to ABC.

She will also perform holiday hits such as "Silent Night," "The Christmas Song" and "O Holy Night."

In addition, the holiday special will feature Hudson and singer Michael Buble performing "Baby It's Cold Outside" and "Let It Snow" as duets.

It's been a busy year for Hudson, who performed the national anthem at the Super Bowl and subsequently saw her self-titled debut win a Grammy award for best R&B album in February.  She also had her debut national tour earlier this year and welcomed her first child with fiance David Otunga in August.

Carrie Underwood: An All-Star Holiday Special, a two-hour variety special starring the American Idol fourth-season champ, will air the week before Hudson's holiday special on Monday, December 7 at 8PM ET/PT on Fox.

(Photo credit Fox)

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