Keith Urban Reveals Wife Nicole Kidman Missed the 2020 Grammys +pic

Keith Urban attended the 2020 Grammy Awards on Sunday, January 26, without his leading lady, Nicole Kidman.

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Keith Urban attended the 2020 Grammy Awards on Sunday, January 26, without his leading lady, Nicole Kidman. The “Blue Ain’t Your Color” singer, 52, was a presenter for music’s biggest night, but he was missing his wife, 52, who stayed home because she was feeling under the weather.

Nicole Kidman is such a proud wife! The Big Little Lies star took to Instagram on Tuesday night to share a sweet video of herself watching her husband Keith Urban host the ACM Awards.

The Others actress was streaming the show from her laptop in Bryon Bay, where she's been staying over the past few months.


Because of work commitments and the coronavirus pandemic travel restrictions, Nicole was unable to join her husband at the annual music ceremony in Nashville, but that didn't stop her from being there from afar.

In the footage, Nicole was sat at the table smiling while watching Keith on stage. Alongside the clip, she wrote: "Wishing I was there, but streaming @KeithUrban on the ACM Awards here in Bryon Bay."

Fans were quick to comment on the sweet post, with one writing: "This is the sweetest thing I've ever seen. I love you guys," while another wrote: "His intro made me tear up." A third added: "You're an amazing wife, hope Keith wins an award."

Keith had been nominated for Male Artist of the Year, which was awarded to Luke Combs on the night.


It's a busy time for Keith, who has been promoting his upcoming album, The Speed of Now Part 1, over the past few months, which will be released on 18 September.

The award-winning singer had previously shared the inspiration behind his album's title, The Speed of Now Part 1, in a video posted on his YouTube channel in May

He said: "In October 2019, this title came to me: The Speed of Now. I liked it because I felt like life was flying by so fast. Faster and faster all the time.

"But music, for me, has always been the place where it slows down and doesn't even exist. I would never have imagined that, in 2020, this album title would take on a whole new meaning and yet somehow still feel incredibly relevant."


Nicole and Keith have been balancing their busy work schedules with homeschooling their daughters Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine, during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Hours star recently opened up about their experience in lockdown during an interview in HELLO! magazine.

"We travel together, so we are always together, but never where you are in a house and you can't go to the store, to a restaurant of the movies," she said.

"Staying home, doing school from home and all of those things that everyone has been doing is a completely different life for us."










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