Kate Hudson, star of ‘Bride Wars,’ is branching out into music and will release her debut album next year.
Amid an appearance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,’ Hudson stated that she was determined to live her life without regrets during the outset of the coronavirus pandemic, according to ‘People magazine.
“You know, (during) COVID, I had this thing… People always ask you during interviews, ‘Do you have any regrets?’ ‘I’m in my early 40s… not yet,’ I say. But throughout COVID, I was thinking to myself, ‘You know, what am I doing?’ “.
According to ‘People,’ she has been a songwriter since she was 19 but has “never shared” her work.
“That was one of my biggest regrets, I thought. I don’t have any expectations, “stated the star of her upcoming film. “I just want to make a record, so I’m doing it. And I’m quite pleased with it. I can hardly wait.”
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When asked when her music would be accessible, Hudson said it would be “next year.”
Hudson first announced that she was going into the recording studio in April. At the time, the Golden Globe winner announced plans to record her first album by posting an Instagram snapshot of herself singing in a rehearsal facility.
“Finally realized it was time to f#%! it and saaaannngg!!!!! #albumincoming #myikigai,” stated the Fabletics co-founder in the post’s caption, likely referring to music as her “ikigai,” commonly known as a Japanese notion that translates to “cause for existence.”