Nicole Kidman Stunned in Dazzling Midnight Blue Dress with Thigh-High Slit at the 2020 SAG Awards
Nicole Kidman was quite the looker when she attended the Screen Actor's Guild Awards on Sunday night. Her usual arm candy was missing, though.
Kidman, 52, showed up solo for the event, however. Noticeably, husband Keith Urban was not present to see his wife contend for the Best Supporting Actress award. The post is found below.
Kidman looks gorgeous in blue
Still, Kidman lacked nothing as she stunned in a navy blue gown reportedly designed by Micahel Kors. She wore her blonde hair in loose curls.
The dress itself featured a high curved neckline, padded shoulders, and long sleeves. Frills went around the waist and opened up on Kidman's right leg into a slit.
The glittering piece was enhanced by a pair of open-toed heels that had white diamonds on the straps. Kidman also accessorized with a lot of finger and wrist jewelry as well as dangling earrings.
A message of thanks
The actress' caption was a message of being thankful to her fellow actors for sharing in telling stories of the real woman her show and movie were about.
In the two slides that followed the SAG photo, Kidman shared shots from "Big Little Lies" and "Bombshell," respectively. Unfortunately, she did not go onto win the award.
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With my #BigLittleLies and #Bombshell families at the #SAGawards today! A day of celebration, pride, happiness, humility, and so many other emotions 💕 Thank you, fellow actors for letting me dance with you and for letting me share these women and their stories. I am so honored and grateful xx
Winners at the SAG awards
Instead, Laura Dern beat her out for the supporting role award for her performance in Netflix's "Marriage Story." Fellow Australian nominee, Margot Robbie, also lost out.
Other notable wins were Joaquin Phoenix as Best Actor for his role in "Joker," and Jennifer Aniston for her role in "The Morning Show." Her ex Brad Pitt also captured Best Supporting Actor.
Another Golden Globe win
Last December, Kidman was again nominated thanks to "Big Little Lies." This time, the actress won the Golden Globe award, her second for the show, for Best Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture for TV.
Aside from attending red carpet events, these days Kidman is doing all she can to help relief efforts for the wildfires in her home country of Australia.
Earlier this year, she and her husband donated a whopping $500,000 to relief efforts for the situation. The fires are still ongoing, but it's good to see that Kidman is doing things for herself too.