Kidman, 52, looked thrilled as she danced, sang, and supported her husband Urban, 52, during a cozy show posted to his Instagram account recently.
"We are coming to you live from our warehouse actually," the acclaimed singer said in the video. "This is where we store all of our gear."
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban at Lincoln Center on May 29, 2019 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images
Urban added that it doesn't get on camera so much. However, they just thought they'd set this stream up that time, generally because he was supposed to be playing, and he figured it would be nice to be able to play anyway.
"Even though we can't be in front of you guys tonight," he continued, "I wanna be able to play –- play some songs and be able to bring a little bit of entertainment to your screens."
The singer then commended the three people who were joining him for his brief show as well. He said that they're simply going to bang out certain tunes and keep it simple.
Urban performed several of his hit songs, including "Blue Ain't Your Color," "God Whispered Your Name," "Somebody Like You," "Wasted Time," and "Fighter."
In the clip, Kidman looked energetic and young in a black long sleeve shirt with a printed front. She matched the look with dark jeans and black fur-lined boots.
Urban was originally set for a concert in Houston, Texas.
As of this writing, the video has been viewed more than 438,000 times. Many fans were also moved and immediately shared their opinions in the comment section.
One fan said they are "cool" and that Kidman is delightful. Meanwhile, one person expressed his gratitude to the couple for "lifting" their "spirits during this mess of necessary distancing."
As reported by Pop Culture, after the show ended, the actress also talked out about the impromptu show on social media. She said that she just loved getting to sing and dance with everybody.
According to Daily Mail, Urban was originally set for a concert in Houston, Texas. However, the show was canceled in the midst of coronavirus fears.
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