Nicole Kidman made a bold style statement in bright pink for this year’s Critics’ Choice Awards – and it must have been her lucky colour.
The actress, 50, won a Golden Globe award just days ago, and it seems to be a winning week as she’s now walked away with the Best Actress in a Limited Series gong at the latest bash.
Showing off her figure, Kidman chose a bright pink floor-length dress with a sheer panel across her chest and arms. The netted skirt covered every inch of her legs, and she wore her hair loose and straight for the elegant look.
Flashing a beaming smile to fans, the star glowed alongside her co-stars and celebrity friends – this time appearing to attend without her beloved husband Keith Urban. Stepping on stage to accept her award for her role as a victim of domestic violence in Big Little Lies, she thanked all of her kids for their support in another emotional speech.
“I wanna thank all of my children who show me so much love,” she told the crowd, according to the Mail Online. She later added: “I love being an actor. Thank you for letting me do it all the way through to this age and beyond. It really is an incredible honour.”
Kidman has two daughters, Sunday Rose, nine, and Faith Margaret, seven, with her husband Urban. Meanwhile, she has adopted children Isabella, 25, and Connor, 22, from her previous marriage to Tom Cruise.
Big Little Lies, which also stars Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley and Laura Dern, also won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Limited Series. Kidman was joined on the red carpet by her co-stars, and Witherspoon matched her with another bold style choice – choosing a black dress with large silver studs across it.
It comes just days after Kidman left an audience in tears with a heart-warming speech at the Golden Globes, after she won Best Actress in a Limited Series or Television Movie for the same series. This time, her husband was right by her side to cheer her on, and she could be seen giving him a quick peck before taking to the stage.
She gave her partner a special mention in her acceptance speech, while praising her female co-stars and adding of the movie: “This character that I played represents something that is the centre of our conversation right now: abuse. I do believe and I hope that we can elicit change through the stories we tell and the way we tell them.”
She went on to thank her husband, saying: “When my cheek is against yours everything else melts away,” and she also thanked her mother, adding: “My momma was an advocate for the women’s movement when I was growing up, and because of her I’m standing here. My achievements are her achievements.”