First dates are a total toss-up. Either they can go horribly wrong, replete with drawn-out silences and failed kiss attempts, or they can go swimmingly well, spurring a relationship that spans more than three decades. For Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn, the latter rang true, as the two lovebirds have been adorably inseparable ever since they began dating in 1983. So what exactly did they do on that fateful first date back in the '80s to kick off their 35-year relationship? Kurt spilled the beans on just that when he stopped by Live With Kelly and Ryan, and it's a pretty cute story.
Kurt began by explaining that he and Goldie had been working on a World War II movie called Swing Shift at the time, and he was "pretty careful" about mixing work with his romantic life. But alas, the two had a possible dancing scene to prepare for together, so they did an after-hours practice session at none other than The Playboy Club, where they spent two hours just talking, the 67-year-old actor recalled. What happened next may have been slightly awkward in the moment, but Kurt backed it up by adding, "we've been together ever since!"