Dick Clark continued to prove why his show was the one to watch on New Years Eve by bringing in powerhouse diva Jennifer Hudson for a cover of the 1965 classic “Feeling Good.” Jennifer is currently using the song as the single for her Weight Watchers campaign, and by the looks of this performance the entire campaign is DEFINITELY working.

We’ll get to the music in a second, but did you notice how good Jennifer looks? After losing 60 pounds (and still going strong) Jennifer is looking better than ever, displaying a new stage confidence strutting around the stage showing off toned legs.

The music was just as on-point as the singer’s reclaimed body as she belted out the classic like the best of them, and in true Jennifer-style ended the song with a huge finish, once again reminding us why Jennifer Hudson truly is here to stay. While I think the performance could have been slowed down a little to give J Hud a bit more room to embellish the singing, it was still a great performance. After the tragedy that hit her family in 2008, but coming off a new baby and now a complete body transformation, it truly feels like the words of this song are 100% ringing true for Jennifer and let’s hope 2011 continues to prove upward for her. Check out Jennifer’s wig snatching performance below:

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