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Goldie Hawn reveals fame ‘was a happy accident’ but overwhelming struggle
In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, Academy Award-winning actor Goldie Hawn sits down with Willie Geist to look back at her Hollywood career, open up about working alongside her longtime partner Kurt Russell and reveal her struggle with overwhelming fame. Hawn talks about taking a 15-year break from acting to pursue her new purpose of helping children with mental health and fitness through her company “Mind Up."Jan. 16, 2022