Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Keith Urban Says Wife Nicole Kidman 'Regrets' Heckling Him During Private Concert in Nashville

Earlier this week, Keith Urban's wife, Nicole Kidman, joined him on stage to sing his song "Parallel Line".

And although he told Ellen DeGeneres on Friday that the duo was not scheduled for his first Spotify Fans event Monday night in Nashville, he admitted that the 50-year-old actress would have wished he had not shouted at her during this performance.

"Now he's repenting," said Urban, 50, at The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "We were in this Spotify event where I was playing just a few acoustic songs, talking about the album, someone was asking about this song called" Parallel Line "in the audience, Ed Sheeran is one of the writers he I'm talking about that, and I'm talking about the song, I'm talking, I'm talking, and from the back of the room, this woman is saying, "Play the song!" And I thought, I know that voice everywhere, and, Of course, he is my wife drunk me, basically.

The country singer challenged his 12-year-old wife to go on stage and sing with him, and to Urbano's surprise, he did it. "I said," Will you come and do it with me? "What I never thought I could do," he says. "Because it's very frustrating, unbearable for her to do it, but she did it." She got up and sang it.

The following night, the couple made an appointment at the Time 100 gala in New York, where they had a "strange" meeting with Olympian Adam Rippon.

"Nic and I love Adam," said Urban. "He is fantastic." So we met him and Nic was talking and she said, "My God, you feel very good, Adam." She said, "My husband smells good too, I feel it." Then Adam leans over, says, "That Smells good ".

Monday, 5 September 2016

Kelly Clarkson Celebrates 14th Anniversary Of Winning ‘American Idol’: So ‘Grateful’

It was a moment like this. Fourteen years ago today, Kelly Clarkson won the inaugural season of ‘American Idol,’ so to celebrate the huge milestone, the Grammy Award-winning singer paid tribute to the hit FOX show on Sept. 4. See her sweet message here!

“14 yrs ago 2day @AmericanIdol opened a door w/such amazing opportunities & experiences 4 me!” Kelly Clarkson, 34, wrote on Twitter on Sunday, September 4. “I am 4ever grateful & blessed! #heresto14more.”

As most of you know, Kelly, who was 20 years old at the time, was crowned the first-ever American Idol champ in September 2002. She beat out runner-up Justin Guarini and performed an emotional rendition of her debut single, “A Moment Like This,” in front of judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson. (Watch the video below!)

Since then, Kelly has gone on to achieve ultimate superstardom! Not only has the music icon won three Grammy Awards, but she has accumulated 100 Billboard No. 1 hits. She has also toured around the world more times than we can count, released a Christmas album, gotten married to Brandon Blackstock, and welcomed two beautiful children — daughter River, 2, and son Remington, 4-months — into the world.

And earlier this year, Kelly signed a long-term recording contract with Atlantic Records after having spent 15 years with RCA Records. Kelly, obviously, has a bright future ahead of her — one that will at least be as successful as the last 14 years have been for her. That, we can almost guarantee!

Monday, 10 August 2015

Nicole Kidman On Keith Urban: 'I Wish I Could Have Met Him Much Earlier'

To call the queen Nicole Kidman photo shoot for Vogue beautiful desert issues is an understatement.

The 48-year-old actress looks stunning in the photos taken by the photographer Peter Lindbergh, who celebrates her upcoming role in Werner Herzog's film The Queen of the Desert as revolutionary figure Gertrude Bell.

In the accompanying interview, the Australian star chats about her family life with her husband Keith Urban and their daughters, 7-year-old Sunday Rose and 4 years old, of faith.

"Keith and I always say, 'We're doing a play,' 'We are doing a tour,' because it is so - the family has to do it together," says Kidman.

The two have been married since June 2006, and she is obviously still hurt to this day. During the interview a night referred to the judge of American Idol, where she saw her husband sings in an impromptu jam session. "I looked him in a moment and saw his tattoos and his foot to go, and he had the guitar, and I was like, 'God, I love that man,'" spurting. "I am very happy that I am in this world. '"

If the Oscar-winning actress, have more children with 47-year-old country star.

"I wish I could have known much earlier and had way more children with him," he says bluntly. "But I do not. I mean, if I could have had two more children with him, it would have been simply glorious. But as Keith says," The mind will, Nicole. Turn it off. '"

The actress often privately says that sometimes speaks so openly about personal issues like motherhood to help others. Besides his daughters with Keith, Nicole has two adopted children - Isabella Jane and Connor - with ex-husband Tom Cruise. "I have experienced adoption. I have experienced the birth with a genetic child. I experienced subrogation with a genetic child," he explains. "I talk openly about it because many of my friends are discussing it. It is important for other women to go, 'I get it!'"

Nicole also allows the charger in his rustic home and farm in Australia, participating in its popular series of 73 questions. In the Q & A, Nicole says the best way to decompress is "making love" and wearing white flowy dress shows a carefree itself is rather rare side.

"I can read here," Nicole added about why he chose to live in Nashville unlike Hollywood. "I can write here. I can walk. I can take my kids to school. I can live the way I've always wanted to live ... A life. A real life."

Monday, 29 June 2015

Nicole Kidman Shares Sweet Photo Of Keith Urban And Their Two Daughters To Celebrate 9th Wedding Anniversary

We are getting a rare glimpse adorable daughters Nicole Kidman!

The 48-year-old Oscar winner took his Facebook page on Thursday to celebrate his ninth wedding anniversary and my husband Keith Urban with a beautiful family photo.

"9 years of love" actress wrote yesterday along with an image too cute family of four shared a big hug together. Although we cannot see the faces of Sunday Rose, 6, and Faith Margaret, 4, this is a rare look at two girls of the super-private partner. How cute is this photo!

Urban also took to twitter to share a video after a concert held the night before. "We just offstage in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan and was so much fun," says Urban in the clip. "It's our anniversary tonight and everyone had signs wishing us a happy anniversary, you have no idea how to play it is."

Urban adds all the signs "Happy Anniversary" in the crowd, "I mean, literally, I was trying to hold back tears, it was so beautiful, were everywhere. We were both very grateful, so thank you very much everybody who came tonight and made magical, celestial and so romantic, it was beautiful. "

Kidman said post-concert, "Thank Michigan for a great night and a great anniversary.

Sunday, 17 May 2015

Keith Urban And Eric Church Duet To The Top With “Raise ‘Em Up”

Zac Brown Band Jekyll & Hyde is No. 1 Country New Album

Keith Urban and Eric Church now placed at the top of the Billboard Airplay chart with his single country aptly titled, "Raise 'Em up." It took 'em 17 weeks to make the climb.

In the albums chart countries, the Zac Brown Band Jekyll + Hyde racks up his second week at the top. He also was No. 1 last week on the list of all-genre Billboard 200, but now it has fallen to No. 5 there.

Chris Stapleton has the greatest debut album this week with travelers. It rocks at No. 2 Nielsen SoundScan reported sales of 27 032 copies.

A former member of the band Steeldrivers bluegrass, country Stapleton has written hits such as Kenny Chesney "I never wanted anything else," George Strait of "Love will do well," "Your Man" by Josh Turner Darius Rucker "Come Back Song "and Luke Bryan of" Drinking a beer.”

There are three other debutants: 4 x 4 (No. 6), Jon Langston Showtime EP (No. 26) and Jason Michael Carroll What color is your sky Granger Smith (No. 37).

Returning to duty is boxer Trisha Yearwood: hit after hit (No. 33).

"First Kiss" Kid Rock is the only new song, bowing at No. 59.
Ashley Monroe "something good" returns at No. 58 and Waterloo Revival of "Hit the Road" at No. 60.

The No. 3 to No. 5 albums, in that order, are Love Somebody Reba, Montevallo Sam Hunt Tyler Farr and suffering alone.

Group directly behind "Raise 'Em up" are Farr of "A guy walks into a bar," Billy Currington "Do not it" A Thousand Horses' "Smoke" and Florida Georgia Line "Drinking on fire."

No.1 song last week, Dierks Bentley "Say You Do", it has moved to the ground floor No. 6.

Those of you who find fascination for country music that pulling serious scholarship may want to check out what happens in the International Country Music Conference, 21-23 May, at Belmont University in Nashville.

"Stand Up to Your Man: The feminist position of Loretta Lynn" and "Wayback Machine Sturgill Simpson" learned discourses such as "Redneck Kid Rock Journey into Paradise I Wanna Be a cowboy, baby" is not heard.

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Marriage With Nicole Comes First For Keith Urban

Keith Urban has admitted you have to put your marriage first otherwise your life can feel like a game of Jenga.

The 47-year-old singer born in New Zealand supports his wife Nicole Kidman, whom he married in 2006, as a priority otherwise the balance between work and life can begin to feel like building game block challenging.

 "Someone once said," If your marriage is not your priority, is not married, "Urban said.

"And I thought, for me that is so true. So, while I keep as a priority, everything else kind of seems to work. And when not staying as a priority, is ... Jenga."

The piece of Australia also revealed that he would have trouble keeping his schedule in order if it were not for the 47-year-old actress.

He explained: "I have plenty of people to help me ... starting with my wife, who is extraordinary in the maintenance of all types of programmed and balanced."

Meanwhile, Keith, who has battled drug addiction and alcohol in the past, previously accredited by Nicole help you stay sober and encouraging him to go to rehab, shortly after they married.

He said: "I was very, very blessed to have an intervention Nic call on me I do not give as ** t about anything except turning a corner in my life and do what is necessary for that.".

The couple, who met at an awards ceremony in 2005, has daughters Sunday, six four years of faith together.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Keith Urban And Nicole Kidman: From Awkward First Encounter To Enduring Bond Of Two ‘Open’ Hearts

When the magic hour approached during year-end concert of Keith Urban in Canada, the country superstar once again demonstrated his unwavering love for his wife of Oscar winner Nicole Kidman. He invited acclaimed actress on stage and - in front of 60,000 fans - planted a passionate kiss on the lips when the clock struck midnight. Kidman had grabbed her husband's face as he leaned down to kiss her.

The singer and actress loving embrace of Niagara Falls was the latest in a continuing series of PDAs - public displays of affection - for the power couple. Although their first meeting Inconvenient Truth seem to have no romantic possibilities and although Kidman had to help country star conquer his addiction to cocaine just a few months after their wedding, their marriage has become one union enviable solid rock.

While a guest on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2010, Urban bit rocky program recalled his first encounter with Kidman in January 2005.

Looking back, Keith admitted he was a little intimidated when he met Kidman. They were in an event called "G'Day L. A." in Los Angeles, where both were being honest when he saw her backstage. "I swear, she slid across the room, floating," Keith says. "I do not know how. It's like she's standing there, and she did not walk. I was out of this world."

When Keith saw the actress standing alone for a moment, he gathered enough courage to say hello. "I steeled myself to go and do it, very nervous, and trying to be all good," he says. "[I] introduced myself and she was very nice and all, and there was that time waiting for the next thing to say what I did not know if I was bothering her or what was happening, so I just kind of said, "Well, nice to meet you, 'and I just walked away."

Later, a friend convinced Keith to try to talk to her again. "I came back and apologized, and we started talking and actually clicks," said Keith.

And click they did. June 25, 2006 they were married in Australia and immediately settled in Nashville, Tenn., where later they became parents of daughters Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret. Kidman has also adopted children Isabella and Connor with ex-husband Tom Cruise.

A few months after the wedding, Urban Winfrey that faced a decision. An addiction to alcohol and drugs - especially cocaine - had taken over his life. "I had to make a decision that the road would take, once and for all," says Keith. "I had been at that crossroads before and always take the wrong path."

"What was different this time?" Winfrey asked.

"Love" Keith admitted.

At that time, Keith says he knew that if he did not give up and commit to overcome his addiction, he repeat the mistakes of the past. "[I thought], 'So maybe if I really want to be brave and adventurous, take the road less traveled this time,'" he says. "It was a huge hole in my life that was to be completed by the end right, or always going to be filled by the wrong thing."

Reality hit home when Kidman and some close friends staged in the intervention of Keith. "It was really a profound moment in many ways. So how Nic handled that timing was perfect," says Keith. "Everything was designed, I think, for that moment we merge."

At first, Keith says he questioned whether he should go to rehab as soon after marriage. "[I thought], 'Surely we will give you a couple of years, so we have a little strength, as this sort of thing could tear us'," says Keith. “‘This could just destroy us.'"

Ultimately, he decided it was time to seek help. Keith left the same night of the intervention for treatment. "I just told him, 'I do not want to do anything but go,'" he says. "I do not care anymore."

While in treatment, Keith issues, which he contributed to his use of alcohol and drugs were discussed. What had been missing? "A sense of being centered and connected to something bigger than me," he says. "You can call it whatever you want, God. There are a million names for him. But, ultimately, for me, is love. That's what ... I was missing in my life. The love for myself. "

Amar himself, he realized, would also help you to love others.”If I have not, I cannot give it away," says Keith. "Now I look back and realize Nic has taught me so much and brought so much to my life and opened my eyes in many ways."

At the beginning of his relationship with Kidman, Keith says he went to a park. While you are sitting on a bench, says he asked, "How's your heart?"

"I do not know why I asked that question," says Keith. "I've never asked anyone before me. I do not know what answer I was expecting."

She replied: "It is open".

"It was not only beautiful because said much about it, but instantly made me wonder: '?? That's mine is my heart open,'" says Keith. "'Or is that 80 percent open, but have some exit strategy? If I do, then why is that?'"

As anyone who has loved and lost know, once you've had your heart broken, is hard to love again. For this reason, Keith says he was scared.

"I looked back and realized that I stayed in this model because I was not really love," he says. "I had not met the right person. I was not the right person, but I really was not completely me. I was holding back because I was afraid."

Clearly, Urban became "the right person" and it is equally clear that he has "met the right person" Kidman. And another thing is also patently clear - Kiss and other PDAs will remain a part of your link two "open" hearts. That's what they are.