Jennifer Hudson has been keeping a very low profile for the last three months since the slayings of her mother, brother and nephew. And following her glorious performance of the national anthem at Super Bowl XLIII, it looks like the Oscar-winning actress/singer is planning a U.S. tour that would mark her debut as a solo headliner.

In a recent interview, Hudson's manager Damien Smith said the tour would run for about six weeks beginning in late March or April. He also noted, "Everybody, stay tuned. You'll be seeing a lot more of her."

While Jennifer Hudson will serve as the headliner of the tour, her "Dreamgirls" co-star Jamie Foxx has volunteered to accompany her. Foxx says he's ready to go on the road with his pal and says that Jennifer is doing well. "She says she wants to get back into the flow of things. Hopefully, we will go out on tour together and, you know, heal the world with our music."