Kate Hudson is living her life with no regrets as she confirms the release of her debut album next year.

People said the 43-year-old celebrity talked about the matter during a recent appearance on “The Tonight Show.” She discussed her music, including her journey in the scene, with talk show host Jimmy Fallon and revealed her plans for her new and upcoming project.

As noted, Hudson told Fallon that she was determined to live her life without regrets, adding that she had the realization during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The “Bride Wars” actress is said to have begun the conversations by recalling her thoughts amid the pandemic. She shared with the talk show host that people in interviews would ask her whether she has regrets, and she would go, “I’m early 40s… not yet,” as per the magazine.

However, Kate Hudson seemingly had a change in tune during the COVID-19 crisis. As reported, she stated in the exchange with Jimmy Fallon, “But during COVID, I was like, ‘You know, what am I doing?’”

The actress continued, “I just thought that would be one of my great regrets. I have no expectations.” She also noted that she “just wants to put a record out, and so I’m doing it,” before adding, “And I’m really proud of it. I can’t wait,” as per the publication.

Monday’s appearance on “The Tonight Show” is also said to have heard Hudson confirming the release date of her debut album. As stated, she revealed that the material will drop “next year.”

Vanity Fair previously noted that the “How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days” star’s fondness for music makes total sense. It explained that this runs in their family with her father, William Louis Hudson Jr., being a vocalist and performing with his siblings as The Hudson Brothers.

The outlet discussed the matter after Kate Hudson announced in April that she was in the middle of recording her first album. She took her news to Instagram and posted photos of herself singing with a band in a rehearsal space.

In the caption, the celebrity wrote, “Finally realized it’s time to say f#%! It and saaaannngg!!!!!” She also included the hashtags, “album incoming” and “my ikigai,” which Vanity Fair noted at the time as the Japanese concept for something that gives you purpose in life.

Kate Hudson also previously told Jimmy Fallon that music is her “life,” adding that it is her “first love.”

During a September 2016 appearance on “The Tonight Show,” the “Fool’s Gold” actress shared that she would “love to do a record.” But, despite having some reservations, noting that she had “always been scared of making music,” she was not letting her fear stop her.

Entertainment Tonight, in its report covering the engagement at the time, quoted Hudson from the exchange, telling Fallon in part, “I want to do it. I think I’m just going to do it for the sake of doing it and see how it turns out. Why not? That’s kind of how I feel.”