Kate Hudson says, Performing at Aspen Concert Was ‘Fun’ and ‘Challenging’

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Performing Songs During “Intimate” Aspen Concert Was ‘Fun’ and ‘Challenging’, says Kate Hudson.

The actress who is gonna release her debut soon shared with PEOPLE, “It was really good for me to do,” in an event.

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The 44-year-old actress talks exclusively with PEOPLE about her new collaboration with the health and fitness tracker MyFitnessPal and shares details of her first concert performance, which happened on December 28 at Bad Harriet in Aspen, Colorado.

The actress played a number of covers during the event, including her own version of Patty Griffin’s “When It Don’t Come Easy” and a bluesy version of Chris Stapleton’s “White Horse.”

The event was held ahead of Hudson’s intentions to release her debut album.

She continued saying about that event, “I really loved the show that we performed”. Adding further, “It was so fun and very intimate, and it was really good for me to do. It was really unforgiving.”

She loved the environment where everyone’s presence and enjoying the moment made the event more fun and challenging for her. Hudson shared a few images and video clips from the musical Aspen event in January.

The famous actress was wearing a floral print in the first picture she shared on social media. She was seen smiling behind a microphone. In the video that followed, Hudson sang a copy of Sinéad O’Connor’s song “Nothing Compares 2 U.” with her soulful voice on display.

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The mother of three further uploaded a video of herself performing a lighthearted version of Dua Lipa’s famous song “Dance the Night” from the Barbie soundtrack. Later in the carousel post, she released a more intimate version of Ryan Adams’ “Come Pick Me Up.”

Hudson teased the crowd before singing Tom Petty’s “You Don’t Know How It Feels” in her farewell video.

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