Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban locked lips on stage in front of everyone

Rebelander Basilan
Jun 01, 2018
07:36 A.M.
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The actress and the singer shared a passionate kiss at the Lincoln Center stage during the American Songbook Gala in support of the CEO of HBO, the sponsors of the event.

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The couple, who have been married since 2006, has always charmed Hollywood with their intense public displays of affection, making them an example of long-lasting love among celebrities.

As Hello! reported, Kidman joined her husband on stage to honor HBO CEO Richard Pleper. Urban received her with his open arms and the two shared a sweet kiss before Urban gave a great performance.

Kidman is enjoying a great success for her role in the critically acclaimed HBO series Big Little Lies, and she is currently shooting the second season of the network’s drama, according to People.

The 50-year-old Oscar winner glittered in a sequined golden gown by Givenchy, astonishing the audience as she walked across the stage. The also 50-year-old Grammy winner was the perfect match for his wife in a black suit and tie.

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 Before leaving for the special night, Kidman shared a photo of both her husband and herself in their exquisite attires, captioning it with: ‘Date night on our way to the #AmericanSongbookGala honoring my dear friend Richard Plepler.’

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The post enjoyed a great reception among Kidman’s Instagram followers, receiving more than 100.000 likes in two days. The users expressed their thoughts and admiration for the couple.

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‘You have to love it they always look so happy,’ wrote one user. ‘What a gorgeous dress! You always dress so beautifully and your date is oh so handsome!!’ wrote another. ‘You two are the cutest!’ exclaimed someone else.

It is so inspiring to see that these two, about to reach their 12th anniversary of marriage, love each other intensely and have no problem to show it. No wonder their fans are so crazy about them.

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