Tony and Emmy-winning actress LaChanze is giving audiences a glimpse into her life so far, the highs and the lows. She considers meeting her husband, giving birth to the couple's two daughters and winning Broadway's top award for her leading role in "The Color Purple" the overwhelming high points. Losing her husband in the 9-11 terror attacks marked the most devastating experience of her life.
FOX's Jane Metzler talks with her about that; how she's managed to cope, raising her girls on her own, all while continuing with a remarkable career on the stage and the big and small screen. LaChanze also gives us a glimpse into "Feeling Good" her new one-woman show that kicks off a national tour at New York City's Highline Ballroom February 27.
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