Kate Hudson and her mother Goldie Hawn have something in common, and it is not just the fact they are related and blonde. On the “Chatty Man Show, ” hosted by Alan Carr, Kate Hudson said she and Goldie can “see dead people.” Then she backed off from the statement that she really sees them. “It isn’t really seeing. It is feeling a spirit. A fifth energy. I believe in energy. I believe our brains can manifest into visual things.”
I believe in energy too. How else would I be able to get off my couch? I also believe that brains can manifest into visual things, but I’ll take your word for it, since I’d rather keep mine in my skull.
For those readers who do encounter a spirit, this is what Kate says to do. “When you see something, you are supposed to tell the spirit what year it is and they don’t belong there. When your brain is freaking out on you, you may have to remind it. Why is it being dead funny?”
I don’t need to tell a spirit what year it is. I have a wall calendar I’m sure the ghost can see too. Who am I to say a spirit doesn’t belong there, should it manifest in the form of doing my dishes or cleaning my oven, or frankly, just leaving me alone? And about the brain freaking out and being dead funny … do we all require supernatural assistance for that to happen?
Well plenty of celebrities have talked about ghostly visitations, so many that it seems that the demons who live vicariously through celebrities aren’t just the fans. But Hudson had more to talk about on “The Chatty Man Show” than the extroverted dead, but her new film. She is going to be starring in Zach Braff’s film “Wish I Was Here, ” directed by Zach and written by his brother Adam. The film is about a struggling actor trying to find a purpose for living. Maybe he should save himself the trouble and ask Kate Hudson’s ghosts why they bother coming back to visit if life on Earth is so unfulfilling.