She made her television debut almost 30 years ago, and Nicole Kidman quickly rose to stardom in the 1990s. Today, she is among Hollywood's highest-paid actresses and is no stranger to awards. She won her first Oscar in 2002 for "The Hours."
The actress, spokesmodel, and humanitarian landed an Academy Award Best Actress nomination for her performance as Becca Corbett in "Rabbit Hole."
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Actress Nicole Kidman gave an emotional interview with "Australian 60 Minutes" correspondent Karl Stefanovic, talking about the troubles she has had getting pregnant -- and about her new baby girl, Faith.
"I've had a very roller coaster ride with fertility. It's never been easy for me," Kidman admitted.
The Oscar-winning actress explained she and her husband, country singer Keith Urban, wanted a sibling for big sister Sunday Rose, 2. "I couldn't get pregnant and we wanted another baby," Kidman said, finding the solution with a surrogate. "She was the most wonderful woman to do this for us. And we were in a place of desperately wanting another child and this opportunity arose for us. And I get emotional just talking about it 'cause I'm so grateful to her. I cannot believe I'm now crying on '60 Minutes.'"
Fresh from her Super Bowl trip, Jennifer Aniston shined in a sexy black Dolce and Gabbana number as she walked the red carpet with co-stars Adam Sandler, Nicole Kidman and Brooklyn Decker.
Jen told AJ Calloway she was coerced by Sandler to bet on the Super Bowl. Adam admitted, "She had some mood swings due this new betting habit I talked her into, but she got her money." Aniston exclaimed, "[I bet on] the Packers! And they won!"
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"The King's Speech" is the talk of the 83rd Academy Award nominations with 12 nods, while "True Grit" was close behind with 10. "The Social Network," which won key pre-Oscar Best Picture wins, including the Golden Globe and Critic's Choice Awards, came up third with eight nods.
Read what some of the nominees have to say about receiving their coveted Oscar nominations!
"What an extraordinary journey this film has taken me on! 'Rabbit Hole' has been a labor of love and I'm so thankful to John Cameron Mitchell, David Lindsay-Abaire and the brilliant cast. This nomination reflects all of the heart and soul that these people have put into it and I can't thank them enough." -- Nicole Kidman, Best Actress nominee for "Rabbit Hole"
Superstar couple Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban had an extra special holiday season after welcoming their second baby, Faith Margaret, on December 28, and Nicole is on the new People mag with the story of their "miracle" baby.
Faith Margaret was born to a surrogate mother in Nashville. Kidman, 43, publicly spoke of the difficulty she faced trying to conceive her first biological child, 2-year-old Sunday Rose. Urban and Kidman said they relied on faith to fulfill their dream of having another child and decided it was the perfect name for the child.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are parents again! The couple quietly used a surrogate who gave birth at Centennial Medical Center in Nashville on December 28, 2011.
Kidman and Urban rented the entire top floor of the hospital in anticipation of baby Faith Margaret, their second daughter, whose sister Sunday Rose is now 2.
Nicole Kidman is already creating Oscar buzz for her starring role in the new film, "The Rabbit Hole" -- and she talked to "Extra's" Renee Bargh about it, and gushed about her husband Keith Urban.
In "The Rabbit Hole," Kidman plays a mother destroyed by the loss of her son, and fighting to save her marriage. Opening up about her real-life marriage to her country superstar husband, the actress said that even though he credits her for saving his life as he battled alcohol addiction, she told Bargh that Urban saved her life as well.