"Aquaman" star Nicole Kidman expressed her gratitude to fans who watched her hit drama series "Nine Perfect Strangers." She did so in the most adorable way. See her captivating video.
American-Australian actress and producer Nicole Kidman is one of the most notable Hollywood stars today, with several critically acclaimed movies under her belt.
Besides starring in films, the 54-year-old actress also appears in Amazon Prime's drama series "Nine Perfect Strangers," which will soon end its first season.
As a way to thank her fans for watching the series, Kidman shared on Instagram a breathtaking clip of herself surrounded by nature. She wrote in the caption:
"Ahead of our big finale next week, I just wanted to thank all of you for the love and support you have shown for our show. 💚 #NinePerfectStrangers."
Dressed in a loose white ensemble and a long necklace, the Academy Award-winner twirled with her arms stretched sideways. The gentle wind blew her long blonde hair.
Several fans quickly commented on Kidman's radiant look, which perfectly complemented her picturesque background. One fan described the "Eyes Wide Shut" star as a goddess.
Apart from the backlash over the exemption, the show also ignited questions about its political context and appropriateness.
Other followers also thanked the TV actress for playing an interesting character in the series. The five-time Golden Globe winner plays wellness and cult leader Masha in the show.
The star-studded cast includes Bobby Cannavale, Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon, and Samara Weaving. With the end of the first season around the corner, fans look forward to an impressive season finale.
Based on author Liane Moriarty's best-selling book of the same name, the story takes place at a health and wellness resort where nine stressed-out city dwellers try to embrace change.
In another update, Kidman recently sparked outrage after the Hong Kong government exempted her from strict quarantine protocols. The actress's other four crew members also reportedly bypassed the same rules.
They were in Hong Kong to film the Amazon series "Expat." Apart from the backlash over the exemption, the show also ignited questions about its political context and appropriateness.
While Kidman hits bumps in her career once in a while, she feels privileged to have a loving and supportive family. Recently, she shared about her and her husband, country singer Keith Urban's life before fame.
She described the singer as "self-made," saying every brick in his home resulted from his hard work. The couple has been married since 2008 and shares two daughters, Sunday and Faith.