Fans have said for some time that they believe that Megan Thee Stallion and Jennifer Hudson could be sisters. After a chance meeting at Super Bowl LVI, the two ignited the conversation that had fans in a heated debate over two years ago.
The “American Idol” singer posted a picture of the two of them at the big football game on Instagram, where the Los Angeles Rams took home their first championship trophy since their historic win 22 years ago. She captioned, “Sometimes I’m @theestallion, and apparently sometimes she’s @iamjhud #superbowl#pepsico.”
In the comments, fans had a ball looking at the so-called doppelgängers.
Someone stated, “You could definitely be kin folk.”
“I always thought you two looked alike! ❤️,” wrote another.
A few people believed they looked so much alike that they could be twins. One person wrote, “If y’all don’t look like twins!! 🤎❤️🖤❤️🖤 I’ve always said it!”
In 2020, J.Hud noticed the similarity. She posted on her Instagram a conversation she had with a friend talking about the resemblance with the “Savage” singer.
“So I woke up to this text from my friend @lancetate1 today saying he thought this was me for a second,” Hudson captioned in a now-deleted post. “So I decided to pull up a few pic and see, I get this a lot.”
She concluded, “What do [y’all] think? @theestallion hey she cute !!!!!. I wonder if she does too?!”
Some fans agreed.
“Yes!! You could be sisters.”
“You know what. When I met her I said she favors you. Absolutely!! Two very beautiful women.”
At that time, some just didn’t see it.
Years later, fans have taken it further than looks. They want music featuring both of the Grammy Award winners.
“Omg yes!!! You two would make the dopest track,” thecharpod wrote.
“Song together in the future!!??” Iamat_ followed up.
While there is no word on a musical collaboration, both are sitting pretty with catalogs that include hit after hit, including top songs from 2021.
In celebration of their dynamic year in music, they are nominated for Grammy Awards. For the 64th-Annual Grammy Awards, members of The Recording Academy — to include artists, executives, and producers — have nominated Hudson for “Best Song Written for Visual Media” and “Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media,” and Megan Thee Stallion for “Best Rap Performance” and “Best Album.”
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