Kate Hudson Adorably Confirms ‘How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days’ Hair Theory

TikTok user Raven Stone offered a theory in a now-viral video about the deeper meaning of Andie Anderson’s hairstyles in the beloved 2003 romantic comedy.

And it seems that after Hudson caught wind of his theory about her locks, she decided she wouldn’t tease him after he asked her directly to answer his thoughts.

She posted a duet on TikTok with her theory and finally gave it an enthusiastic thumbs up.

“I couldn’t help but notice that Andie’s hair is straight for most of the movie. Straight up, every time we see her researching her article,” he said. noted in the video.

In the film, Andie, a frustrated advice columnist who’s tired of writing “how-to” articles for her magazine, decides to push the boundaries of what she can write and pitches the idea “How to lose a guy. in 10 days”. She finds a brand named Benjamin “Ben” Barry (Matthew McConaughey) then tries to get him to dump him by being too emotional. All the time she’s working on her play – or playing the needy girlfriend – her hair is styled straight.

“But we know Andie Anderson doesn’t want to be Andie Anderson, the ‘how to’ girl. She wants to write about things that matter, like politics and current affairs,” said Raven Stone, whose full from TikTok is dedicated to analyzing popular movies.”Of course, whenever her hair is curly, she’s vulnerable, her walls have come down, she’s real. It’s not Andie Anderson, the “how to” girl. She is Andie Anderson, writer.

Given that Hudson was kind enough to answer her questions, we wonder if Alexandra and Parker Fong — the twins who played Lily in the movie “Sex and the City” — could answer this hot take next? :

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