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Original 'Dreamgirls' star makes return to music after battling clinical depression, multiple sclerosis, going blind for 3 months and attempting to commit suicide on her 30th birthday

With her first solo album in two decades, Jennifer Holliday is on the comeback trail. But the singer, best known for her Tony-winning performance as Effie in the original Broadway production of "Dreamgirls" and the iconic rendition of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," wasn't always sure she wanted her career resurrected.

The spotlight had been difficult for her: She has dealt with clinical depression, multiple sclerosis, went blind for three months, filed for bankruptcy and attempted to commit suicide on her 30th birthday. She was dropped by her label when her weight went up to 400 pounds.

So at 53, Holliday has just released her sixth album, "The Song Is You," released in late January. These days, she's more at peace through her faith and prayer. She's lost more than 200 pounds and trimmed down 20 inches following gastric bypass surgery in 1990 and years of living a healthier lifestyle
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