While speculation continues over who Kate Hudson might be dating, the Rock the Kasbah star dished to ET what she looks for in a potential suitor at the film's New York premiere on Monday night.
"It starts with a connection doesn't it?" Hudson said. "You just never quite know and when you connect you connect."
"Intelligence!" Hudson also added. "I feel like you can you can see one's intelligence by their humor, and I like to have fun, so I like people who enjoy having fun."
The 36-year-old mother of two's sense of fun was on full display throughout the night as she was spotted having a good time with a man who appears to be her agent and good friend, Michael Kives. The outing with her unidentified plus one comes amid whispers that Hudson and Nick Jonas, 23, have "hooked up."
The Golden Globe winner attended one of the singer's concerts in NYC on Sept. 10, and later where snapped by fans at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida on Sept. 26. Last Thursday, they each attended the launch party for Demi Lovato's new single "Confidence" in NYC, but they arrived separately.
Hudson called it quits with ex-fiance Matt Bellamy last December.
In Rock the Kasbah, a dramatic comedy inspired by real-life events, Bill Murray stars as down-on-his-luck rock manager Richie Lanz who gets dumped by his last client while in war-torn Kabul. Lanz finds his last hope at success when he discovers a Pashtun teenager with a beautiful voice, who wants to compete on Afghanistan's version of American Idol. Lanz partners with a savvy hooker (Hudson), a pair of hard-partying war profiteers (Danny McBride and Scott Caan) and a hair-trigger mercenary (Bruce Willis) to try and make her dream come true.
Hudson told us working with Murray was an item on her bucket list, and she called the experience "amazing."
"He had a party bus," Hudson revealed. "Bill Murray is just one big party. Like that's just Bill you know and we had a lot of fun. We had a couple nights at the casino, which was really fun. We just had a great time together. I love him."
Rock the Kasbah hits theaters Oct. 23.