Hudson, otunga to wed

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st hudson INVISION FOR PAMPERS COMMERCIAL IMAGE - In this photo released by Pampers on Thursday, June 28, 2012, Grammy Award winner and mom Jennifer Hudson headlines the "Pampers Lullabies" listening party in New York to celebrate Hudson's rendition of the classic "Lullaby and Goodnight." Hudson recorded the revered lullaby for exclusive free download at Pampers Facebook page, www.Facebook.com/Pampers, to honor the joyful way that parents bond with their little ones through music. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for Pampers/AP Images)

Linda Massarella

Jennifer Hudson, seen looking lean in some pattern leggings at a recording party, is reportedly going to marry World Wrestling Entertainment star David Otunga after all.

The 30-year-old singer and Weight Watcher’s spokeswoman was mum about the news as she attended a special listening party in New York to promote a new version of her recording of the classic mothering song, Lullabye.

Jennifer and David were engaged in 2008 and have a two-year-old son David together, but reportedly called off their wedding earlier this year.

Radar Online reported the stress surrounding the William Balfour murder trial, where he was found guilty of murdering Jennifer’s mother, brother and nephew, is what caused a pause in the relationship.

“Jennifer started feeling like it just wasn’t right. So many bad things have happened since they got engaged in 2008 that have prevented them from finally getting married, and she was worried that she was just trying too hard to make something happen that wasn’t meant to be,” a source told the website.

Apparently, Jennifer and the 32-year-old athlete called off the wedding a few months ago and she even returned her ring to him.

“She was extremely stressed out and processing a lot of emotions about the murder of her family after the trial ended, and she just cracked.”

David allegedly told the source: “That was something that was hanging over our heads for so long. Now we feel like we can finally breathe a sigh of relief.” – Daily Mail


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