Keith Urban Reveals Why Nicole Kidman Didn't Go To The Grammys
Keith Urban stopped by the 2020 Grammy Awards this Sunday on the 26th of January, but he was without his main girl, Nicole Kidman. The 52-year-old singer was there as a presenter for the awards ceremony, and he revealed later to People TV that his wife was at home with the flu.
"A lot of that going around," Keith said to reporters. Even though Keith couldn't stay home to take care of his significant other, thankfully, his daughters, Faith and Sunday Rose, were there to watch over the ex-wife of Tom Cruise. They're 11 and 9.
The last time the pair were spotted out and about together was during the 2020 Golden Globes on the 5th of January. On the 29th of December, Keith shared a picture of himself kissing his wife. It's no wonder Keith and Nicole are a match made in heaven, considering their respective ties to Australia, among their other commonalities.
Also, it's probably the same reason why the celebrity couple dropped half-a-million dollars to help fight the wildfires raging through Australia, originally reported by Refinery 29.
Earlier this year, Kidman took to her Instagram Stories to talk about the wildfires taking hold of the nation, stating that her financial contribution to the fund was to help support volunteer firefighting services.
Keith also addressed the fires on his Instagram. During a Golden Globes event near the beginning of the year, Nicole explained that she was feeling a bit distracted by what was going on in her native country. Urban and Kidman donated money to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.
The New South Wales Rural Fire Service also happens to be one of the largest organizations of its kind on the planet. Kidman and Urban weren't the only celebrities to drop money for the fires, as did Pink, as well as Leonardo DiCaprio, the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star. A report from NBC claimed 24 people had died at the time.
Moreover, wildlife experts claimed that billions of animals had been killed, with many species facing extinction.