Kate Hudson Makes TV Performance Debut with Song 'Gonna Find Out,' Teases Tour: 'I'm Getting Back on the Bus!'

"I have some gigs coming up and I'm so excited," the actress told Jimmy Fallon during her 'Tonight Show' appearance

<p>Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty</p> Kate Hudson performs on

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Kate Hudson performs on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on May 2, 2024
  • Kate Hudson appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday

  • She made her performance debut as she sang "Gonna Find Out" on TV for the first time

  • The actress' debut album Glorious will be released May 17

Kate Hudson is loving performing her new music!

On Thursday, May 2's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Hudson, 45, made her TV performance debut as a singer with her song "Gonna Find Out," taken from her debut album Glorious, which is set to be released May 17.

The actress took the stage wearing a white tasseled dress featuring a lace-up front as she sang along to lyrics including, "I guess we're gonna find out/ Oh, we're gonna find out/ Yeah, I'm gonna find out/ If you're gonna come up to my house," in the catchy chorus.

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While talking to Fallon, 49, on the show, Hudson revealed that it's the "greatest feeling" to finally be releasing her debut album that's been "two and a half years in the making."

"It's like too much to explain... I love music, I've loved music my entire life. It was my first love and I've been writing music my whole life," the Glass Onion star shared, adding: "I just thought it was something I'd only have for myself until, like, COVID. And then I was like 'I'll regret not just putting it out in the world.' So I did."

Hudson revealed her upcoming LP includes rock, soul, country, Americana, and pop songs, which she co-wrote with Linda Perry, 59, and her fiancé Danny Fujikawa, 37.

"It was so much fun because I'd never had like a collaborative writing experience. We just had like a weird, awkward first date, and sat around in a circle," Hudson joked of the start of the writing process.

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She eventually suggested, "Let's start with something swampy," teasing that the result of that was the song she performed on the show, "Gonna Find Out."

Hudson also confirmed she'll be heading out on tour soon. "Yeah, I am. I'm getting back on the bus!" she told Fallon, adding: "I have some gigs coming up and I'm so excited." So far, the only date announced on Hudson's website is May 18 at The Bellwether in Los Angeles.

"It's so new and I'm loving it... I'm just so happy when I'm doing it, so I'm just staying there, just staying present with music," Hudson continued of finally launching a music career.

<p>Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty</p> Kate Hudson on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on May 2, 2024

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Kate Hudson on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on May 2, 2024

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The Almost Famous star's Tonight Show appearance came after she sat down with CBS Sunday Morning on April 28. During the interview, she revealed that she was told she was "too old" to be making music years ago.

"There was someone who said to me, and it kind of jarred me a little, it was in my early 30s and they basically said, 'It's done. Past. You're too old,'" she recalled. "And for me it wasn't just about being a performer, it was about wanting to write music."

"So it kind of resonated for a bit, and then I was like, 'Nah, f--- you. No, no one tells me what to do!'" she insisted.

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