As much as we may hate the term “relationship goals,” there’s really no better way to describe Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. The couple, who’ve been together for over 30 years, have defied the odds of celebrity romances.
During a Friday appearance on Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show “Harry,” Russell dished on the night it all began. Russell and Hawn were filming the 1984 World War II movie “Swing Shift.” Sexy times were had and police were involved.
“I said, ‘You know, if we have to dance in this, you’re a professional dancer,’” Russell recalled. “‘You know how to dance, but I just need to figure something out.’ She said, ‘We should go somewhere and dance to that kind of swing music.’ I said, ‘I’ll find that.’ The Playboy Club was the only place that had that. So we went to the Playboy Club, and I just immediately was having a great time with this girl, Goldie.”
When the two left the club, they agreed their night was far from over. They wound up back at Hawn’s house, which was being renovated at the time. That’s when things started to get interesting.
“We eventually found our way upstairs, looking around at imaginary furniture, and we were in the imaginary bedroom, now, and we are realistically having sex when the police walked in, because we had to break into the place to get in,” “The Hateful Eight” star said.
Russell couldn’t help but laugh about the incident as he retold the story, noting it was “bizarre and weird.” “We were being told to go get a hotel room, which we did,” he said.
And the rest is history.