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Nicole Kidman Joins Husband Keith Urban Onstage for Intimate Love-Filled Duet

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Talk about an exclusive two-for-one deal! Australian actress Nicole Kidman joined her singer-songwriter husband, Keith Urban, onstage to provide some sweet background vocals to his live performance in Nashville on April 23. The couple treated a small group of fans to an intimate performance at an event held by music streaming service, Spotify. Watch a video of their performance above.

Poised on a chair in a pretty polka dot dress and her hair whipped into a messy bun, the Big Little Lies star sang along to Urban’s single “Parallel Lines,” while gazing lovingly into her guitar-playing husband’s eyes.

According to one fan’s account, Urban had sung a number of tracks from his newest album “Graffiti U,” when Kidman heckled her husband to play one more song from the crowd. Urban then coaxed Kidman to join him on stage to sing. “Bringing Keith Urban’s album, ‘Graffiti U’ to life with his top-streaming Spotify fans in Nashville,” the fan wrote on Instagram. “Yes, Keith coaxed Nicole to join him on stage after she heckled him from the audience to play another song!”

Although Kidman sang in the hit film Moulin Rouge and she also provided backing vocals to Urban’s single “Female,” the superstar actress says singing in front of people doesn’t come easily to her. “[Keith] knows I have no confidence when it comes to singing,” she previously told ET. “So I’ll sing for him and that’s it.” This just makes her stage cameo even more special!

This article was written by Bettina Tyrell. For more, check out our sister site, Now to Love.

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