Nicole Kidman, You Really Let Your Hair Down At The G'Day USA Gala! Your Duet With Hubby Keith Urban Was The Talk Of The Night!

Sun, January 17, 2010 5:20pm EDT by 1 Comment

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Can you imagine Nicole being the life of the party? She was last night!

Wow! Nicole Kidman showed a totally different side of herself Jan. 16 at the annual “G’Day USA” awards dinner in LA, an event that honors and celebrates Australia’s imprint on Hollywood. In a tribute to “The Mentalist” star Simon Baker, who’s up for a Golden Globe tonight, Nicole joined hubby Keith Urban on stage for a wacky performance of Men At Work‘s 1982 hit “Down Under.” Just look at her go!

After the song, Nicole presented Simon with the Excellence in Film and Television Award, which was also given out to fellow Aussie and Golden Globe nominee Toni Collette. Nicole, it’s so great to see you letting your hair down and having a good time. We knew you could sing, but it’s been a while since we’ve seen you looking so happy! Whatever you’re doing, keep it up.

(Also worth noting: Keith and Nicole actually met at a G’Day LA gala in 2005, so the couple has a special connection to the annual event.)

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mjpidaho

Posted at 8:03 PM on January 17, 2010  

Go Nicole! You’re awesome! I’m sure that being married to the right man really makes you happy.

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