Kate Hudson confronts Jimmy Fallon about his crush on her, says he should have given her an 'indication'
Old friends, actress Kate Hudson and late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon reunited virtually on the latter' show 'The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon'. The conversation was all things funny, awkward and telling of their great camaraderie.
The two starred in 'Almost Famous' a dramedy from the year 2000 and they reminisced about their time while filming the same while talking about recently appearing on a podcast dedicated to the film.
"Wasn't it wild? to go back 20 years ago!" said Hudson. "There are so many things that I forgot about, that I remembered while doing the interview. What a special experience for everybody that was," she added.
"I think we all had the best time," Jimmy chimed in. Kate revealed that she went through all those memories recently and recalled that they were some really fun times and Jimmy confirmed that some of the best laughs of his life are from that period.
Hudson also teasingly mentioned, "And then there were relationships that came out of it, which by the way we need to discuss." She was referring to the time when Margot Robbie came on the show way back in 2018 and during a game, Jimmy revealed, very awkwardly, that he had a crush on Hudson.
Hudson also recalled that they both used to hang out all the time and "then when you were doing your show and you literally." Fallon was really embarrassed at that point but he still asked if she watched it to which she mentioned that she received that clip from at least a "100 people".
She was very disappointed in Jimmy that he gave her absolutely "no indication" that he was into her back then. She mentioned "I would have completely gone there" if he had done so. She also revealed that there were times when she was left wondering why Jimmy never made a move and thought that "maybe he's not interested".
Jimmy argued that there "was a li'l indication" as they used to hang out all the time but she begged to differ. The two were together watching the comedy 'Kids in the Hall' when Hudson met her husband Chris Robinson and the rest is history.
Hudson also highlighted her the charity 'World Food Program' on the show. She is a global ambassador for the charity that fed 100 million people in 2019 before the pandemic struck. She also mentioned that "hunger is a crisis and it gets worse" due to man-made conflicts, environmental issues and economic downturns.
After the pandemic, "a quarter of a billion" people are touted to suffer from hunger and 'WFP' which is a UN organization will be working towards feeding them.