Jennifer Hudson channels her inner dance diva and shows her support of same-sex marriage with her new music video, "I Still Love You."
The clip, which made its MTV and Logo debut June 3, follows a father as he comes to terms with his gay son, who then ties the knot in an interracial wedding.
Hudson said "I Still Love You," which is a cut from her latest album, "JHUD," is "about love, and everyone should have love and have the right to love who they want to love."
She told MTV, "I thought it would be powerful to take a concept like trying to find your equality in love no matter who you love."
The 33-year-old Oscar winner and "American Idol" veteran has long been an outspoken supporter of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Joking that she is "a queen on the inside, too," Hudson told The Advocate last year, "The gay community has meant so much to me throughout my life, and there have been many gay people who have been positive influences for me, From my best friend to many of my teachers, my first producer, and more — there have been so many. That’s why I feel like this campaign is a perfect fit, because it’s something I’m fully supportive and passionate about."
The new video launches Logo's #All50 marriage equality effort and is also part of the "Turn It Up for Change" campaign, a new initiative between the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and W Hotels that is focused on the fight for same-sex marriage across all 50 states.