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Thursday, 04 June 2015 16:24

#All50: Singer Jennifer Hudson Released Her Music Video For Marriage Equality

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The new clip of Jennifer Hudson for her song «I Still Love You» is a hymn to the equal marriage.

As part of the Logo’s #All50#All50 campaign, which is a platform for LGBT people and allies to keep up to date on the latest news and share personal stories of marriage equality to legalize gay marriage in all 50 states, the new clip features a gay couple who is getting married. At the last moment, the father of one of them, in opposition to the marriage, finally arrives to attend the ceremony for the happiness of everyone.

Note the presence of out actress and musician Leisha Hailey, who officiates the wedding.

«I just think the concept was just powerful to go with such a positive song. It’s about love and everyone should have love and have the right to love who they want to love,» Hudson told MTVMTV about the video.

«So I thought it would be powerful to take a concept like trying to find your equality in love no matter who you love.

«I grew up surrounded and supported by the gay community and I just want to make sure I show them the same support and this is my way of doing it.

«This is the perfect way to show my support through my music and just be there to support because again the gay community has always been my biggest support system it’s just me showing the love back.»

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