(Photo: Splash News Online) Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show today.
While there was no specific mention of Hudson's family tragedy, Hudson did talk about how she's coping after several difficult months.
"I'm good," she said. "I'm really good. I'm just glad to be back and be back to working and just doing what I love to do...I'm in a very good place."
The 27 year old singer said that performing is "like therapy" for her.
Speaking of her Super Bowl national anthem, Hudson said there "was too much going on for me to take it in."
"It's just like, I'm glad I made it to the end of the song. That's how I am. OK, I got this now, I'm home. I'm going home now."
After the brief interview, Hudson performed her new single "If This Isn't Love."
Earlier this month, Hudson won a Grammy for Best R&B album. She said being presented the award by Whitney Houston "almost surpassed winning" the award itself.
After the brief interview, Hudson performed her new single "If This Isn't Love".