Jennifer Hudson Releases ‘I Still Love You’ Music Video in Support of Marriage Equality

Video features a gay couple on their wedding day

Jennifer Hudson premiered her music video for “I Still Love You” on MTV and Logo Wednesday as a part of Logo’s #All50 marriage equality campaign.

Directed by Tabitha Denholm and Molly Schiot, the video follows a gay couple as they prepare for their wedding, and the father of one of the grooms as he makes the last-minute decision to attend the ceremony.

The #All50 campaign aims to keep people up to date on the latest marriage equality news leading up to the U.S. Supreme Court’s pending decision on legal marriage for gay and lesbian couples in all 50 states.

“MTV and Logo have always used the power of music and storytelling to foster positive change, and ‘I Still Love You’ beautifully uses both in support of one of the defining civil rights issues of our time,” said Stephen Friedman, President of MTV and Logo in a release.

Watch the video below or click here.