See Kate Hudson In A Black Bikini Making Snow Angels
Glass Onion star Kate Hudson, wearing a bikini, throws herself into the snow to celebrate the New Year.
Kate Hudson has been one of the most popular leading ladies for the past 20 years and has been known for everything from romantic comedies and dramas to business ventures. She rang in the new year with snow-chilled champagne, and a unique and fun activity that she posted on TikTok for all of her fans to see. Bravely clad in a black two-piece bikini, the Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery actress took a sip of the celebratory drink before dropping into the snow and making a snow angel.
Set to the song “Eraser” by Lyell, Kate Hudson screams in excitement as she runs out into the snow, dropping down to the snow and lying spread out. She then hops up from the snow and makes her way back to the patio for a sip of her champagne before finally running back out to another clear area and dropping down for a second time to make snow angels. The comments cheer her on and remark about how much she looks like her mother, Goldie Hawn, and even the artist Lyell spoke up about how she made her year already by using her song.
The 43-year-old actress has been relatively silent on the big-budget film scene for the last few years, her previous role in a theatrical release being in 2017’s Marshall, starring Chadwick Boseman as Thurgood Marshall. Kate Hudson’s most significant project as of late was as Birdie, the unfiltered social media influencer and fellow disruptor in Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. Her role alongside Daniel Craig, Dave Bautista, Katherine Hahn, and Edward Norton was the loudest and arguably most animated of the film. It spent a week in the theater and is now available on Netflix.
Kate Hudson is the daughter of Hollywood legend Goldie Hawn (Overboard) and step-daughter of Kurt Russell (Guardians of the Galaxy 2) and she seemed destined to be a star. She got her start in the James Cameron loose biopic, Almost Famous but became a household name opposite Matthew McConaughey in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. That role shot her to stardom and made her one of the biggest Hollywood sweethearts of the 2000s and was the first in a handful of romantic comedies, including Alex and Emma, Raising Helen, You, Me, & Dupree, and Fools Gold.
One of the reasons she has been less active on the movie screen is her other business pursuits, primarily her athletic line, Fabletics, which has over two dozen stores in the US. She also became an author when she released her first book in 2016, Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body, and a second book a year later, Pretty Fun: Creating and Celebrating a Lifetime of Tradition. She also has partnerships with New York & Company, her mother’s foundation, a vodka company, and a podcast with her brother.
Despite not making big-budget films any longer and working on her side businesses, she has definitely found the time to make fun TikToks and ring in the New Year with style.