Kurt Russell Shares His Favorite Songs from Kate Hudson's Album: 'The Girl Can Sing' (Exclusive)

Hudson released her first studio album, 'Glorious,' in May

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Kurt Russell and Kate Hudson
  • Kurt Russell shared his favorite tracks from Kate Hudson's new album

  • "Glorious" made the cut, as well as "Live Forever"

  • "The girl can sing, so it's fun to see her just do it," Russell told PEOPLE

Kurt Russell is Kate Hudson’s biggest fan!

While attending a Television Academy event for Monarch: Legacy of Monsters at the Wolf Theatre in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 8, Russell, 73, told PEOPLE that he digs his stepdaughter’s debut album, Glorious.

He mentioned the title track as one of his favorites from the album. "I like that. I like the way she kicks that out there," he said of the song. "She belts that out there."

Russell went on to share that he particularly likes the songs that are "about Goldie" and his grandson Ryder – the latter of which is called “Live Forever.”

"Those songs are really good, really well done," he continued. "I think it's fun. She can sing. The girl can sing, so it's fun to see her just do it and have a fun time with it."

<p>Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic</p> Kurt Russell attends Apple TV+'s 'Monarch: Legacy of Monsters' FYC event on June 8, 2024


Kurt Russell attends Apple TV+'s 'Monarch: Legacy of Monsters' FYC event on June 8, 2024

Glorious, released in May, marks Hudson's first studio album, though she showed off her singing chops in the musical comedy Glee when she starred as a dance teacher in the fourth season. During her brief appearance, she performed "All That Jazz" from Chicago, "There Are Worse Things I Could Do" from Grease, and a mash-up of “Americano” and “Dance Again” by Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, respectively. 

When Hudson released the music video for "Live Forever," her mother, Goldie Hawn, shared an emotional message praising her on Instagram. "My daughter's talent has transcended just being a proud mother to pure awe," she wrote.

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Russell also spoke about his "proud father moments," and said his family has "a lot of people that really can do a lot of good things."

Russell and Hawn, 78, have four children: Boston Russell, 44, whom Kurt shares with ex-wife Season Hubley; Kate and Oliver Hudson, 47, from Hawn's previous relationship with Bill Hudson; and Wyatt Russell, 37, the couple's youngest, whom they welcomed together.

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"Kate's got this thing going out with an album, which she's wanted to do for a while, and I'm just so happy that she picked it up and did it," Kurt told PEOPLE. "Wyatt's a really good actor and people know that. Oliver's probably worked in more stuff than all of us. Boston, so far, has chosen to be in a different world. And then, I dunno, Goldie's Goldie."

The veteran actor also opened up about whether other family members will make an appearance in Monarch, which he stars in alongside Wyatt.

<p>Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage</p> Wyatt Russell (left) and Kurt Russell

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Wyatt Russell (left) and Kurt Russell

"We don't do that," he said. "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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The Apple TV+ series is the second television installment in the Monsterverse and follows two siblings as they track down their family’s connection to the covet organization Monarch. “The dramatic saga — spanning three generations — reveals buried secrets and the ways that epic, earth-shattering events can reverberate through our lives,” the synopsis reads.

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The adventure series was renewed for a second season in April, with the head of international development for Apple TV+ Morgan Wandell saying in a press release: "We couldn’t be more excited for viewers to not only have the chance to experience even more thrills in season two, but to embark on epic, new journeys in the franchise as we expand Legendary’s Monsterverse."

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