Keith is nominated for three awards tonight – Favorite Male Artist – Country, Favorite Album – Country for Ripcord, and Favorite Song – Country for “Blue Ain’t Your Color.”
The couple stepped out earlier this month when Nicole was honored at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in NYC.
FYI: Nicole is wearing an Olivier Theyskens dress, Giuseppe Zanotti boots, a Versace bag, Fred Leighton jewels, and an Omega watch.Continue Reading
The 50-year-old Big Little Lies actress and the “Blue Ain’t Your Color” singer, also 50, hit the red carpet at the event held at Kings Theatre on Monday (November 13) in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
Nicole wore a dark purple tiered dress featuring black lace and bead details, and a bird-inspired design.
She completed her look with a 19th-century cut steel star tiara around her neck and dangling diamond earrings, styling her hair into a pretty ponytail.
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Nicole Kidman looked so glam while in attendance at the 2017 Los Cabos International Film Festival!
The actress was honored for her work in film at the festival on Saturday (November 11) in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
In addition, Nicole presented her brand new film, The Killing of a Sacred Deer. The movie is receiving lots of buzz, and you can check out the eerie trailer right here.
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Nicole Kidman gets festive for the holidays at the Le Printemps Christmas decorations unveiling on Tuesday (November 7) in Paris, France.
The 50-year-old Oscar-winning actress helped cut the ribbon to launch the holiday season at the store.
Nicole has several movies on the release slate for next year – The Upside for March 9, Boy Erased for September 28, and Aquaman for December 21. We can’t wait to see some footage from the films!
FYI: Nicole is wearing a Fendi look.
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Nicole Kidman made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday (November 1) and revealed the sweet reason why winning two Emmys for Big Little Lies was more meaningful than winning her Oscar for her role in The Hours.
“I was so glad to win the two Emmys, because I have [two] daughters,” the 50-year-old actress told host Stephen. “It was amazing to take home two and go, ‘You get one each.’”
“When I won my Oscar, I was not in a great place in my life. I didn’t have a partner to share it with,” added Nicole, who at the time had recently broken up with Tom Cruise. “I was flailing, emotionally and personally. So, to win and Emmy and be in love and have my family… It’s amazing.”
“I was alone. I sort of ordered some room service, and that was it — which I know is like, ‘Oh,’” Nicole continued about her Oscar. “There’s something incredible about going home and going, ‘Baby! We did it!’ And that’s what we did.”
Nicole Kidman Forgot Stephen Was Also In ‘Bewitched’
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The 50-year-old Big Little Lies star rocked ponytails as she wore a black and white waitress mini dress adorned with skulls and completed the look with matching skull patterned bows.
Keith, also 50, wore an all black ensemble, complete with a top hat, reflective sunglasses and a fake golden gun.
In case you missed it, Nicole has been revealed as one of Glamour magazine‘s Women of the Year honorees with a separate December cover of her very own!
Glamour‘s Women of the Year honorees have been revealed and they are on separate covers for the December 2017 issues.
The honorees include Gigi Hadid, Nicole Kidman, Solange Knowles, late night host Samantha Bee, astronaut Peggy Whitson, congresswoman Maxine Waters, Syrian refugee and education activist Muzoon Almellehan, fashion revolutionary Maria Grazia Chiuri, and Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins. The women will be honored at an event on November 13.
Here’s what the women had to share:
Gigi, on living in the public life: “I believe that a lot of judgmental comments come from people not really having compassion for those they see as public figures. It’s frustrating to see people question my actions or integrity based off something as trivial as leaving my apartment building. I’m just doing my best as I move through life, sometimes dealing with relative hardships like everyone else.”
Nicole, on pledging to work with a female director every 18 months: “As an actor, you’re only as good as the things you’re offered. And there just weren’t any women offering me things. So, when you dissect that, you realize there aren’t women offering you things because they don’t have the opportunities. I work to raise money for women’s cancers; I use my voice for violence against women. And so I was like, ‘I need to be a part of the movement that will, hopefully, change the statistics of the field.’”
Solange, on leaning on Beyonce and Tina Knowles: “When I finally turned in A Seat at the Table, I had a pit in my stomach. It was just 72 hours before my release date. There was a lot of fear and emotion, pain and hurt and rage. My sister was there in New Orleans filming ‘Formation,’ my mom was there, the whole squad, and it was such a blessing. I truly believe that was the universe, because I was such a mess during the mastering process.”
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