Drew Barrymore is giving fans a peek into her past love life.
The now 46-year-old actress has been a part of showbiz since she was a child and has been known to share some of her wilder memories on her talk show when she reminisces with other stars she’s known for decades.
During Thursday’s episode of “The Drew Barrymore Show,” the star chatted with Kate Hudson, another former child star, about their “young and wild” days together in the early 2000s.
“When we first met, we were young and wild,” Barrymore said as she and Hudson, 42, pieced together that they first met at a restaurant called Chez Jay in Santa Monica, California. Their fellow actor Luke Wilson was also present, both actresses recalled.
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“You were doing ‘Alex & Emma’ together, I think,” Barry said of the 2003 romcom starring Hudson and Wilson, who is now 50. “And I was dating him, but I think he was also dating other people.”
Barrymore explained that theirs “was an open relationship.”
“We were young,” she added.
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Barrymore isn’t the only one to have had such an experience, as Hudson added: “I’ve been there with a Wilson, too.”
According to Page Six, Barrymore and Wilson dated beginning in the late 1990s, while Hudson dated the actor’s brother Owen Wilson after they met in 2006 while filming “You, Me and Dupree.” Reps for Luke did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
“It’s so fun because when you’re young, you’re like, ‘It’s low-stakes,’ we’re just young, we’re having fun, we’re all playing, acting, hanging out,'” explained Barrymore. She said that while they weren’t taking anything “seriously” at the time, she and Hudson “had the best time” together.
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“We did. We had the best time,” Hudson said, recalling that she was also a fan of the “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” star. “I used to get people saying, ‘Oh, you kind of look like Drew Barrymore.’ Which is why I ended up doing you on ‘SNL’ as well. They were like, ‘Can you do Drew Barrymore?’ and I was like, ‘I don’t think so.'”
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In 2000, Hudson appeared on the sketch comedy show, at one point playing Barrymore in a spoof of an “Inside the Actor’s Studio” interview.