Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell Get Walk Of Fame Stars

Hawn praised her passionate champion at her Walk of Fame ceremony when she called Witherspoon "her other lovely daughter"-in the company with her actual daughter Kate Hudson".

Hawn and Russell joked that they especially need to stay together now that they have Hollywood stars next to each other.

Savvy Hollywood players that they are, neither Hawn nor Russell bothered to talk around the real reason for today's honors: promoting their latest movies.

"Goldie to you, I owe my wonderful life", said the 66-year-old as he paid an emotional tribute to his partner of 33 years.

Hawn, 71, now stars in Snatched with amusing It Girl of the moment Amy Schumer, who said she asked the famous blonde what the couple's secret to longevity was.

'Did we just get married?' asked Hawn, who first met Russell in 1968 while shooting Disney's The One And Only, Genuine, Original Family Band.

Also in attendance at the ceremony was Goldie's daughter and singer Kate Hudson, as well as director Quentin Tarantino.

Reese Witherspoon was on hand to help honor Hawn.

"Did we just get married? I love you Goldie", Witherspoon added. She's taught me to want more out of my life, out of my films. "We've never had a celebration like this before", Goldie said. I said yes to Bill Hudson, and without Bill I wouldn't have had Katie and Oliver. "(Goldie) had a great body, and so the first that came out was, 'Man, you got a great figure.' And it kind of came out quickly and it could've been wrong and she said, 'Why thank you'".

Hawn made her film debut with a small role in the 1968 Disney musical, "The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band", whose cast also included Russell. She's taught me to want more out of my life, out of my films, and she taught me to want more out of my career.

Goldie's star is great timing: her film Snatched with Amy Schumer is set to open in United States theaters next week.

"It was fun to be a part of this together on the very same day", he said during the ceremony.

  • Salvatore Jensen