Kate Hudson Adorably Confirms ‘How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days’ Theory About Her Hair

When a TikToker asked the actor to respond to his thoughts about Andie Anderson in the beloved rom-com, Hudson sweetly delivered.
Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey attend the premiere of "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" in 2003.
Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey attend the premiere of "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" in 2003.
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Kate Hudson proved to be a cut above when she decided to respond directly to a fan’s theory about her character’s hair in “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.”

TikTok user Raven Stone proposed a theory in a now-viral video about the deeper meaning behind Andie Anderson’s hairstyles in the beloved 2003 rom-com.

And it seems after Hudson caught wind of his theory about her locks, she decided that she wouldn’t tease him after he asked her directly to respond to his thoughts.

She posted a duet on TikTok with his theory and eventually gave it an enthusiastic thumbs up.

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#duet with @Raven Stone #howtoloseaguyintendays HTLAG hair UNCOVERED! 🤭🌿

♬ original sound - Raven Stone

“I couldn’t help but notice that Andie’s hair is straight for most of the movie. Straight, every single time we see her researching her article,” he noted in the video.

In the film, Andie, a frustrated advice columnist who is sick of writing fluff “how-to” pieces for her magazine, decides to push the boundaries of what she can write and pitches the idea “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.” She finds a mark named Benjamin “Ben” Barry (Matthew McConaughey) and then tries to get him to dump her by being overly emotional. The entire time she’s working on her piece — or playing the role of the needy girlfriend — her hair is styled straight.

“But we know that Andie Anderson doesn’t want to be Andie Anderson, ‘how to’ girl. She wants to write about stuff that matters, like politics and current affairs,” Raven Stone, whose entire TikTok is dedicated to analyzing popular movies, said. “Sure enough, every single time her hair is curly, she is vulnerable, her walls are down, she is real. She’s not Andie Anderson, ‘how to’ girl. She is Andie Anderson, writer.”

Since Hudson was kind enough to respond to his queries, we’re wondering if Alexandra and Parker Fong — the twins who played Lily in the “Sex and the City” movie — could respond to this hot take next?:

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