Kate Hudson: Matt Bellamy’s Groupie?

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Kate Hudson isn't familiar with Muse's songs, but that won't stop her from going on tour with them.

Kate Hudson, serial dater, seems to be the kind of woman that completely revamps her life around whatever guy she’s dating. Already, Kate has moved to London to be closer to her rocker boyfriend Matt Bellamy of Muse and, as the Daily Mail points out, has started to dress like him too. In a new interview with British Elle, she also reveals that she might go on tour with her boyfriend’s band, so don’t be surprised if you seeing her rocking out in the mosh pit. The only problem? She doesn’t know any of the words to their songs.

 "When I was with [ex Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes], music was my life – I spent seven years on the road. Would I do it again? I wouldn’t shy away from a tour bus, it’s wonderful," she told the magazine. Kate Hudson Is Moving To UK For Her New Boyfriend 

However, Kate, who famously played a groupie in her break-out role in the movie, Almost Famous, admits that she doesn’t know all of Muse’s songs by heart, unlike a true groupie:

"My favorite Muse song?...I’m not well-versed enough on that. I’m getting there though. Matt and I are just learning about each other and it’s wonderful," she said.

In the interview, Kate talks about nothing else besides her love life and gives her thoughts on marriage:

"It’s definitely not something I’m looking for. But the divorce doesn’t put me off. I’ll just see what happens," she says of the idea of walking down the aisle again. "I think a lot of times people are terrified of love and stop themselves from experiencing it. I don’t ever want to get that jaded. I do believe in love. I believe that when you really open yourself up to love, it’s the most beautiful thing." Kate Hudson Is On The Prowl? 

She and her ex-husband Chris are "still close," she adds. "When you’re divorced and raising a child together, the communication has to stay alive. It’s hard sometimes. If you have kids with someone, make sure you really, really like the father because, for your child’s sake, you have to be on the same page forever. Chris has moved on, he’s remarried and had a baby and when you both have new people in your life, you have to really stay on it. I think Chris and I both have that priority checked." 

Honestly, we give Kate props if she’s found a way to raise her 6-year-old son Ryder as a single mom and carry on a whirl-wind, 3-continent romance with her new boyfriend. (Most single moms we know can barely find time to read a book.) Still, we wish Kate would stop giving gushing interviews about her love life. Didn’t she used to have an acting career or something else to talk about?