‘The Voice’ finale: Jennifer Hudson soars with ‘Remember Me’ [WATCH]

Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson stole the show on Tuesday’s finale of “The Voice” with her scorching rendition of “Remember Me.” This searing ballad, which she co-wrote, is the first single from her upcoming album due out this fall.

Hudson is set to join “The Voice” in the fall as one of the four coaches. She is coming off a win on the UK version of the show. She made history on the other side of the pond as the first female to mentor the champion when Mo Adeniran won season 6 of the English edition of “The Voice” in April.

Hudson will join Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, who have been with the show since season 1, as well as Miley Cyrus who was a coach in season 11 of “The Voice.” Hudson and Cyrus replace Alicia Keys, who just won this season with Chris Blue, and Gwen Stefani, who did not have an artist among the final four.

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