Now he has a smooth brow too! Nicole Kidman, 49, and husband Keith Urban, 49, look frozen in time at CMA Awards
Showbusiness couples always want to look smooth on the red carpet.
But Nicole Kidman and husband Keith Urban really took the biscuit as they showed off their impeccably line-free faces as they lit up the Country Music Association Awards in Nashville on Wednesday.
The silver screen beauty literally overshadowed her other half in towering heels as they added an extra dollop of glamour to the exciting event.
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Coming up short: Nicole Kidman towered over Keith Urban at the CMA Awards in Nashville on Wednesday
Matching foreheads: The dynamic duo have taken style coodination to a new level
Far And Away favourite Nicole had certainly pulled out all the stops to impress on the red carpet, as looked fantastic in a pleated pink dress, which boasted a red belt and collar.
It seems the couple, both 49-years-old, have been drinking at the fountain of youth, for the skin around their eyes and forehead was remarkably taut.
One crucial difference was the beauty, who stands at an impressive 5 ft 11 ins, added some extra height by wearing a pair of towering stilettos.
Her fellow Aussie Keith, who fans claim is smaller than his official height of 5ft 10 ins, came up short, despite the fact he was wearing a chunky pair of elevator shoes of his own along with his tuxedo.
Smooth operator: Keith, 49, had remarkably line-free skin around his forehead and eyes
Pretty as a princess: Nicole added some Hollywood glamour in her pink pleated dress
Deal with the devil? The duo certainly seem to have cheated time
Tall order: It is not easy to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Nicole when she wears high heels
Wow them in a pleated maxi dress like Nicole
Nicole Kidman accompanied her husband Keith Urban to the CMA Awards in Nashville, Tennessee where she joined other A-listers including Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Garner on the red carpet.
While Carrie opted for a showstopping A-line gown by Michael Cinco and Jennifer donned a column dress by Jenny Packham, Nicole went with a classic Gucci design for the night.
The bodice was embellished with sparkling jewels and a contrasting ribbon and it also included a pleated skirt, romantic ruffles and a belted waistline.
Nicole tends to choose ladylike, whimsical pieces for her big events so this vintage inspired dress is right up her alley. It's custom so you won't find it online, but follow the link opposite to Net-A-Porter where you'll discover the brand's latest options ready for the taking.
Then head south to the carousel to browse our lineup of alternatives styles from the likes of Nasty Gal, Roksanda and more.
During the event, the star, who was up for Entertainer Of The Year, performed Kenny Chesney's song, I Go Back.
He kicked the song off with just an acoustic guitar before ending it with a ripping electric guitar solo.
The hunk also talked about his early years opening for Kenny on tour when the Aussie had just gotten out of rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
He said: 'We had a heart-to-heart about what I was going through and you were just a friend right from that moment and it's only stayed that way ever since. Brother, I love you.'
Statuesque: Nicole added a massive dollop of Hollywood glamour to the bumpkin event
Drinking at the fountain of youth? Nicole's skin looked amazingly taut around her peepers
Nice shoes Keith: The singer's elevator footwear looked like chunky workers' boots
2016 Country Music Association Awards Winners
Entertainer of the Year
Garth Brooks - WINNER
Male Vocalist of the Year
Chris Stapleton - WINNER
Female Vocalist of the Year
Carrie Underwood - WINNER
Vocal Group of the Year
Little Big Town - WINNER
Zac Brown Band
Vocal Duo of the Year
Brothers Osbourne - WINNER
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
Joey + Rory
Maddie & Tae
New Artist of the Year
Maren Morris - WINNER
Single of the Year
"Die a Happy Man," Thomas Rhett - WINNER
"Humble and Kind," Tim McGraw
"My Church," Maren Morris
"Nobody to Blame," Chris Stapleton
"Record Year," Eric Church
Song of the Year (Awarded to Songwriters)
"Die a Happy Man," Sean Douglas, Thomas Rhett, Joe Spargur
"Humble and Kind," Lori McKenna - WINNER
"My Church," busbee, Maren Morris
"Record Year," Eric Church, Jeff Hyde
"Burning House," Cam, Tyler Johnson, Jeff Bhasker
Album of the Year
Hero, Maren Morris
Mr. Misunderstood, Eric Church - WINNER
Storyteller, Carrie Underwood
Black, Dierks Bentley
Ripcord, Keith Urban
Musical Event of the Year
"Different for Girls," Dierks Bentley featuring Elle King - WINNER
"Home Alone Tonight," Luke Bryan featuring Karen Fairchild
"The Fighter," Keith Urban featuring Carrie Underwood
"Think of You," Chris Young (duet with Cassadee Pope)
"You Are My Sunshine," Morgane Stapleton with Chris Stapleton
Music Video of the Year
"Fire Away," Chris Stapleton - WINNER
"Humble and Kind," Tim McGraw
"Record Year," Eric Church
"Somewhere on a Beach," Dierks Bentley
"Burning House," Cam
Musician of the Year
Dann Huff - WINNER
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