Kurt Russell Reveals Kate Hudson's Song That Gives Him Emotional Connection
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During a Television Academy event for Apple TV+'s 'Monarch: Legacy of Monsters', the 73-year-old actor cannot contain his enthusiasm for his stepdaughter's musical debut.

AceShowbiz - During a Television Academy event for Apple TV+'s "Monarch: Legacy of Monsters" at the Wolf Theatre in Los Angeles, Kurt Russell, 73, couldn't contain his enthusiasm for his stepdaughter Kate Hudson's musical debut.

Speaking to PEOPLE on June 8, Russell expressed how impressed he is with Hudson's album. "I like that. I like the way she kicks that out there. She belts that out there," Russell said, specifically referring to the title track. He has an emotional connection to several songs on the album, most notably "Live Forever", which Hudson wrote about her son Ryder.

Glorious, released in May, marks Hudson's venture into music, displaying talents she hinted at during her guest stint on the musical comedy "Glee". There, she amazed fans with performances of songs like "All That Jazz" from "Chicago" and a mash-up of Lady GaGa's "Americano" and Jennifer Lopez's "Dance Again".

The album hasn't just caught Kurt's attention. Hudson's mother, Goldie Hawn, took to Instagram to praise her daughter's musical prowess. "My daughter's talent has transcended just being a proud mother to pure awe," Hawn wrote.

While Russell and Hudson's siblings, Oliver Hudson and Wyatt Russell, are no strangers to showbiz, Kurt prefers to keep professional boundaries when it comes to family collaborations. Discussing any potential future appearances of other family members on "Monarch: Legacy of Monsters", he said, "We don't do that. That's like slumming or something, you know what I mean? We all have our own worlds and we all have our own careers and lives in those careers and I think everybody kind of keeps it that way."

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