Jennifer Hudson crashed a same-sex wedding this past week and showed her support with a very special and meaningful performance.
The 33-year-old singer surprised grooms Chris and Scott at their wedding in Texas on Wednesday. The couple exchanged their vows and then watched a congratulatory video that Hudson had personally sent them, not knowing what would happen next, according to Us Weekly.
As you can see in the video Hudson posted to her Instagram, the curtain on the stage of the W Hotel dropped and she emerged to show her love and support in person.
"Wedding crashing with my friends at @whotels & @HumanRightsCampaign," the caption read. "Best wishes to Scott and Chris! #TurnItUpForCHange."
She stunned in a tight black and white checkered dress as she sang "I Still Love You" for the couple. This particular song's music video, which was released just last month, follows a gay couple around as they prepare for their wedding day.
She is a huge supporter of marriage equality and is currently working with Turn It Up For Change, a marriage equality campaign sponsored by W Hotels, which is where this couple got married. She posted one photo of herself at the wedding, showing off her amazing curves in the gorgeous dress, with the caption "I didn't want them to miss the surprise! Hrc and the w hotel help me pull it off!"
"I'm very connected to the gay community, and it's something I'm passionate about," she told People last year when she originally partnered with the campaign. "It only makes sense. This is my way of returning it."
The grooms have been together for 14 years and have four children together. Their marriage comes just weeks after the legalization of same-sex marriage nationwide. She posted another photo of herself talking to the happy couple with the caption, "Congrats to Chris and Scott! They said girl where the hell u come from!"
When news broke of the Supreme Court's decision, Hudson shared her support with a heartwarming photo to her Instagram of a rainbow heart with the equal symbol.
"I am so emotional & overjoyed with this amazing step in our country's move toward equality #LoveWins #MarriageEquality," the caption read.
Watch the full video of Hudson crashing the wedding below!
A photo posted by Jennifer Hudson (@iamjhud) on Jul 9, 2015 at 4:12pm PDT