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Sunday 1 February 2015

Goodwin, Hudson share wedding tips

Ginnifer Goodwin got engaged after making Something Borrowed
Ginnifer Goodwin got engaged after making Something Borrowed

Ginnifer Goodwin has joked there was "something in the water" when she and Kate Hudson shot Something Borrowed, with both having since become engaged.

"There was something in the water that made everyone like fertile and love-seeking!" she laughed at the film's Hollywood premiere.

Since the movie wrapped, Kate is now engaged and having a baby with Muse frontman Matt Bellamy and the Big Love star's boyfriend Joey Kern also popped the question.

The actress teased that she and Kate have been sharing wedding tips. "Oh my gosh of course," she laughed, "but I'm not going to tell anybody else what they are!"

Ginnifer insists that the romantic movie, in which the pair play best friends in love with the same man, isn't a typical slush-fest."In this you're kind of rooting for the antagonist character," she explained.

"I play Rachel, she's messy and flawed and really makes poor decisions every step of the way, the whole thing is very messy, it's very relatable," she insisted.

Ginnifer's sexy co-star Colin Egglesfield also dished up the gossip on how Kate was when she first started dating Matt.

"She'd just met him the week before filming and she was just beaming," Craig revealed. "Every time she came back from visiting him she just had this big grin on her face."

The actor also admitted he was over-the-moon to have Kate and Ginnifer fighting for his affections on the big screen. "It was horrible!" he laughed. "To have to kiss Kate Hudson and Ginnifer Goodwin, I mean, this was a dream role."

"I might as well just retire from acting right now because I don't think it could get any better than this... unless we make the sequel!" he teased.

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