Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell hosted their annual Goldie's Love In for Kids charity event on Friday, which is enough to applaud in and of itself. But you'll also want to put those hands together once you see Kate Hudson's exquisite performance during the fête.
Kate took to the stage to sing a lovely, almost country-sounding rendition of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U," made famous by Sinead O'Connor in 1990. We're just disappointed this Instagram video doesn't capture her performance in full.
This actually isn't the first time Kate has proven she can carry a tune. The actress guest starred on Glee where she sang, danced, and schooled Lea Michele's Rachel Berry as one of her instructors at her New York performing arts school in Season 4. As E! News also points out, we've seen Kate sing and shimmy in a mod-inspired number in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Nine and share a spite-filled duet with Matthew McConaughey's character in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
It's a good thing Kate nailed her performance at Goldie's Love In for Kids because she was in the presence of some music royalty. Mega-music producer David Foster attended the event with his daughter Sara Foster, who was part of the host committee for this year's soiree.
David Foster and Sara Foster stepped out together on the red carpet at Goldie's Love In for Kids in Beverly Hills, California on May 6, 2016.
Not to mention, there were plenty of other famous faces at the party, including Nicole Richie, Demi Moore, Rachel Zoe, Chelsea Handler, and Paula Abdul. This too-cute family photo of Kate and her famous family was like the cherry on top to a perfect outing.
Oliver Hudson, Kurt Russell, Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson, and Wyatt Russell with kids Rio Hudson, Ryder Robinson, Bodhi Hudson, Wilder Hudson, and Bingham Bellamy on the red carpet of Goldie's Love In for Kids in Beverly Hills, California on May 6, 2016.
All in all, it looks like Goldie's Love In for Kids was a resounding success.
Look back at Kate's appearance on Watch What Happens Live last year, below.