Congratulations to Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell who first met in 1968 while shooting Disney’s “The One And Only, Genuine, Original Family Band.” The couple began dating on the set of their second film together, the 1983 comedy “Swing Shift,” and have been together ever since. This week, the charming couple had a rare double Hollywood ceremony where their stars were engraved side by side on the Walk of Fame.
“To you I owe my wonderful life,” Russell said to Hawn. “Simply put, Goldie, I cherish you and all the stars in the sky or on the boulevard can’t hold a candle to that.
“So if I am to be honoured with this sweet token of memorabilia: that is to be sunk forever in the cement of a street whereupon I will be subjected to the constant harshness of the blazing California sun, blowing winds and pouring rains. And stray dogs of both the canine and human variety perhaps in need of a little relief, and trod upon by the soles of shoes caked with earth from all corners of the globe… there’s no one else I’d rather be next to for all of that than Goldie Hawn.”