R & B star Kelly Rowland has been left in the dust by Jennifer Hudson in what some say is a 'curse' on her and her Destiny's Child band mates.
Rowland lost out a role in "Sex and the City: The Movie" to the Oscar winner. After fighting off competition from the singer and actress Rowland, Hudson landed the part of Louise, the assistant to Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie Bradshaw.
Rowland said she was stunned to find out she lost out on the movie role, mainly because she was convinced that she had it in the bag.
Rowland tells WENN, "I can't understand it because I did a really good job at the audition, a really good job! I hate it, and of course I feel that I should have the part, but then Jennifer Hudson's just won an Oscar, so maybe she's better for the role. But I was so bummed at that, I really wanted it."
This is the second time that Hudson has won a part over one of the Destiny's Child girls. In 2006, Hudson landed the part of Effie White in the big-screen adaptation of the musical Dreamgirls, which was the role that Beyonce Knowles initially wanted.
She later accepted the smaller part of Deena Jones in the story that was partially based on the rise and fall of The Supremes in the 1960s and 70s.