Jennifer Hudson’s fiancé, David Otunga, opens up to Wendy Williams about how they’re coping with the murder of her family and they discuss when the couple, who are parents to two-year-old David Daniel Otunga Jr., will finally walk down the aisle.

“You know I’m just here to support her in anyway I can. Emotionally, just through everything,’ Otunga said on The Wendy Williams Show. “It will be nice to put this behind us for good.”

The trial of William Balfour, the estranged husband of Jennifer’s sister Julia Hudson who is convicted of the murders, begins in April. Otunga tells Williams that the couple plan to wait until it concludes before planning their wedding.

“There is a trial we need to get through first, some things we need to sort out, but it’s coming,” said Otunga. He and Hudson have been engaged since 2008.

Excerpts from the interview:

On How He & Jennifer First Met:
She first noticed me on [I Love New York]. I started doing a lot of interviews after the show wrapped and made friends with a couple of people. Next thing you know he’s like, ‘Hey, you should meet my friend Jennifer.’ I was like okay, I don’t know, we kind of started talking. Every conversation she was asking me about the show. It’s like, okay, is she just a fan or…

On Jennifer’s Family Tragedy & Her Saying He Saved Her Life:
You know that’s uh, that was a hard time and back then I had just started wrestling and I had gone to Tampa. We had just gotten engaged and I had asked her to come down there and be with me and she did obviously she came down there and that’s where we were when the tragedy happened. It’s a blessing in disguise, you know –

Wendy: If she hadn’t come to see you she would have gone to Chicago to visit her mother.
David That’s where she would’ve been was at her mom’s house. That’s where she always was if I wasn’t there.

On Counseling Jennifer to Take the Witness Stand:
I’m just here to support her anyway that I can — emotionally, just through everything. It’ll be nice to put it behind us finally.

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