According to Kate Hudson, listening to Sir Paul McCartney at Glastonbury motivated her to pursue music.
According to Hollywood actress Kate Hudson, Sir Paul McCartney encouraged her to “take a risk” and release her debut music album.
Alongside Daniel Craig, Dave Bautista, Edward Norton, and Janelle Monáe, the 43-year-old actress starred in the Netflix sensation Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, which was published in December.
Kate, the stepdaughter of Goldie Hawn’s longtime lover Kurt Russell and daughter of the actress, has had success as an actor for the past 25 years, appearing in movies like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Bride Wars, and Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous, for which she received an Oscar nomination.
a musical theatre girl
She was “a musical theatre girl” who is now attempting to diversify her profession into the music sector.
After being “so emotional” during Sir Paul’s act at Glastonbury Festival in June of last year, the artist admitted that it was that moment that inspired her to “take risks” in 2023.
It just characterizes this time, the type of innocence of the Beatles and how iconic they were, she mused as she described the “strange moment” during the singer’s performance. “Maybe it’s because he’s the same age as my mum,” she reasoned.
“They just transformed rock ‘n’ roll, and they stood up for something.” I began to feel sad as I thought about how different it is now. For example, what is art? What does it now mean? And it dawned on me that we must simply continue producing high-quality work,’ she told The Mirror.
She continued, “We have to believe in the stuff we’re putting out there and take risks and not always make people happy,” after describing her source of inspiration.
During an interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in December, Kate first talked about her impending album, telling the host: “I’ve been creating a record for like a year,” which she described as “very exciting.”
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As she recalled, it was similar to “when Daddy Warbucks comes down the stairs and every actor in the movie walks down the stairs when they arrive” in the musical Annie. The actress also compared her first encounter with Glass Onion co-star Daniel Craig and the cast to that scene.
She described the No Time to Die actor as “goofy and stupid” and added that before the movie’s filming began, he “established a nice, kind tone right off the bat.”