Adorable moment Nicole Kidman sings along during Keith Urban's powerful CMA performance

Rebelander Basilan
Nov 16, 2018
10:01 P.M.
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Actress Nicole Kidman has won over the hearts of many people after she was spotted singing along with her husband during the CMAs.


The 51-year-old country singer Keith Urban gave a brilliant performance during the 52nd Annual CMA Awards recently.

As he performed the hit song "Never Comin Down" on stage, Nicole, 51, was seen swaying and singing along in the audience.

A lot of fans can't get enough of this adorable couple. Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more and scroll down to watch the video below.


This isn't the first time that Nicole sings along with her husband. But at that time, she was on stage with him.

In 2013, the award-winning actress joined Keith and other famous Australian stars on stage for an incredible performance of a classic song, “I Still Call Australia Home,” by Peter Allen song.


This performance took place when Oprah Winfrey went to Australia to film a special for her television show.

When Keith appeared on stage, the crowd was quite delighted to see him. However, the crowd erupted in applause and cheering when Nicole came out from behind the choir to join her husband at his side.

Along with the other stars and the choir, the couple, who were married in June 2006,  started singing together.


According to Daily Mail, Keith and Nicole have their first interview as a couple on Oprah Winfrey's show.

The pair lives in Nashville now, but according to them, they try to come back to Australia whenever they can.


"When we're here, we tend to enjoy ourselves," said Nicole, who began her acting career in Australia with the 1983 film, "Bush Christmas."

In a 2015 interview, Kidman revealed that she and Urban "didn't really know each other" and that they "got to know each other" during their marriage.

The couple welcomed their first daughter, Sunday Rose, in 2008, and in 2010, they had their second daughter, Faith Margaret, via gestational surrogacy.