Kate Hudson on Plastic Surgery Questions: “That’s Like Asking Someone If They Are Seeing a Therapist”
Kate Hudson Discusses Plastic Surgery
Looking terrific on the front of leading publications is nothing new for Kate Hudson.
The 37-year-old graced the cover of InStyle magazine for the seventh time since 1996, this time modeling a fabulous Michael Kors bikini, with a matching silk jacket to boot.
The piece is complemented by a Salvatore Ferragamo python bra and a Cholé top. This mother of two knows fashion. She has to.
In addition to starring in theatres the world over, Hudson is also a mother of two. It’s amazing to see her making them look good without forgetting about herself.
How does the blonde bombshell do it?
Her answer was simple: Dancing.
“When I’m up there, twirling around, doing my pirouettes, I look totally crazy,” said Hudson, as modest as ever.
Given the moves she showed off in Glee, she can’t look all that bad. But it’s working. That’s all that matters.
Hudson works hard to maintain her figure. So she doesn’t take too kindly to plastic surgery questions.
“That’s like asking someone if they see a therapist,” said Hudson, sick of all the judgement from the paparazzi. “If someone wants to go get butt implants, then sure, go get butt implants. The real question is, how do they treat the person next to them?”
Between paparazzi and bloggers, there is a lot of media to get under Hudson’s skin.
“The negativity is just so vast,” Hudson said. “Will everybody stop being so damn judgemental?”
But Hudson is smart enough to understand that’s is all just the nature of the beast that is Hollywood. And she’s had time to cut her teeth in the business.
Her first time on the cover of InStyle was with her mother Goldie Hawn when Hudson was only 17.
“I joined the circus because I wanted to be a part of the circus,” Hudson said. “I have a rebelliousness in me. I’m not interested in perfection—that’s the whole point!”