Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell appeared on The Late Late Show With James Corden, Tuesday night. The longtime couple were promoting their new Netflix holiday film, Christmas Chronicles 2, when James Corden asked Hawn about her history as a recording artist.
In 1972, Hawn released a country-pop album titled Goldie. Dolly Parton produced one of the songs on the album, and Hawn still remembers meeting the country music legend.
“Oh, my god when I met Dolly Parton, I was never so excited,” said Hawn. “She opens the door with Porter Wagoner and she looked like just a gorgeous - this beautiful, hourglass, amazing figure and so sweet. She went, ‘Goldie, you look just like Poppin' Fresh!’”
Poppin’ Fresh is the name of the Pillsbury Doughboy, which is a strange compliment. The observation caused Hawn to reminisce about other strange observations celebrities have made about her over the years.
“You know when I think about that, Elvis called me a chicken that had just been hatched,” she said. “So I wonder if I look weird? I don’t know?”
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