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Kate Hudson: What would Beyoncé do?

Published 21/06/2015

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson has listed the women she believes are flying the flag for females at the moment.

The 36-year-old star proudly describes herself as a girls' girl, which means there are a lot of women she admires. Among them is the superstar singer, who is loved around the world for her sultry songs and sassy dance moves.

"Beyoncé will always be an inspiration. It seems like hardly a day goes by where I don't ask myself, 'Would Beyoncé do this?'" Kate told British magazine Glamour.

That's just the tip of the iceberg as far as the actress is concerned, as there are many other female stars she has a lot of time for. All of them are passionate and fighting for what they believe in, which Kate sees as a great message for young people.

"I love what Emma Watson is doing with the HeForShe campaign. I think it's incredible, her being so young, so powerful and inspiring. Acting-wise, I'm excited about Felicity Jones. She is so wonderful, a sparkly light and I am excited to see where her career goes. What Jessica Alba has done with The Honest Company is amazing. It's a great product because she's really passionate about it. Every time I get my Honest Company baskets I get excited, because I know Jess did it. You know that this is something that she really cares about," she said.

One of the reasons Kate feels she's on the same page as Beyoncé could be because they are both into food. Earlier this month the singer waxed lyrical about the benefits of a vegan diet and Kate also believes getting the right nutrients is of paramount importance, although she also loves having cheat days.

"I'm an 'everything in moderation' person. It would be amazing if I was so super healthy all the time, but I'm not. I'm a foodie," she smiled.

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