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Music Video: Spotlight

Artisit: Jennifer Hudson

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:36

  • Copyright: Jennifer Hudson

Music Video For Spotlight By Artist Jennifer Hudson

Reviews For Spotlight By Artist Jennifer Hudson

  • นานา

    By Sorawut.n
  • Like the song

    By Jalsjjdu
    I just think she should cover up more because you can see her bra.
  • song

    By Allybabby
    This is a great song! O'h if you like songs like this than you listen to If this isn't love by jennifer hudson.
  • Spotlight is only on her!!!

    By shedreamedofparadise
    Amazing I love it and I dont see how anyone could out shine her!!
  • this is amazing

    By Snitty
    Jennifer did an amazing job. I love the song and the video!! Keep making this great music Jennifer!
  • get out my spotlight

    By Ray1
    i love her voice great video
  • I LUV HER!!!!!

    By davidcookbigfan!
    i think she is soo beautiful,and talented and just seems like a great person and i LUV this song!!!!!!!!! ur amazing Jennifer hudson!!!!!!!!!

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