Jennifer Hudson will be making her first comeback performance after the horrific killings of her family members at next month's Super Bowl.

Hudson will sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl in Tampa, FLA., on Feb. 1. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed on Tuesday to E! News.

This will be the first public appearance by Jennifer since the brutal murders of her 57-year-old mother Darnell Donerson, 29-year-old brother Jason and 7-year-old nephew Julian King.

William Balfour, the estranged brother-in-law of Jennifer, has been indicted on all three counts of murder.

The 27-year-old Chicago native performed The Star-Spangled Banner at the Democratic National Convention when Sen. Barack Obama accepted his party's nomination in August last year.

Hudson won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Dreamgirls.