She's a cut above the rest! Nicole Kidman puts on an elegant display as she flaunts her midriff in a daring black gown at the Critics' Choice Awards
She's known to turn heads on the red carpet.
And Nicole Kidman certainly didn't disappoint with her latest look at the Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Monday.
Dressed in black from head to toe, the 49-year-old oozed elegance while baring her tummy and legs in a daring black gown.
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Gorgeous: Actress Nicole Kidman stunned in a racy black gown as she appeared on the red carpet at the Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles
The floor-length frock featured a high-waisted skirt and a large triangle cut-out that showed off the Australian beauty's midriff.
Nicole's decolletage was also on display thanks to the outfit's very plunging neckline.
Adding a pair of strappy black heels to the ensemble, the mother-of-four made sure to flaunt her endless pins, which could be seen through the dress' very high slit.
Turning heads: The 49-year-old star flaunted her flawless complexion while sporting a bold red lip for the star-studded event
Putting her best foot forward: The Australian beauty wasn't afraid to show plenty of skin as she posed in the daring black gown, which featured a cut-out at the midriff and a high slit
If you've got it! Nicole's decolletage was also on display thanks to the outfit's very plunging neckline
Flawless: Her strawberry blonde locks were worn in a slick up-do, with strands of hair left loose to frame her slender face
She added dainty diamond earrings and a thin bracelet, as well as a sparkly brooch pinned to her dress' right sleeve.
Her strawberry blonde locks were worn in a slick up-do, with strands of hair left loose to frame her slender face.
For makeup, the Lion star kept her complexion flawless with foundation and a hint of peach blush, mascara and eye shadow.
Beautiful: For makeup, the Lion star kept her complexion flawless with foundation and a hint of peach blush, mascara and eye shadow
Doing her thing: Nicole is seen here presenting on stage at the awards
Strutting her stuff: Nicole is known for films including Eyes Wide Shut and The Others
Catching up: Nicole is seen here laughing with actress Sarah Paulson at the event
She added a pop of colour to the entire look with a bold red lip, while maintaining the dark theme with a black manicure.
Starring in the adoption tale Lion, Nicole will go up against Janelle Monae, Greta Gerwig, Naomi Harris, Michelle Williams and Viola Davis for the Best Supporting Actress Award at the event.
Her co-star Dev Patel, who plays her adopted son in the movie, is also up for an award for his role.
Recognised: The mother-of-four received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the movie Lion
Oscar buzz: The film has been touted as a possible winner at next year's Oscars, with Nicole already scoring the Best Supporting Actress Award at the Hollywood Film Awards previously
Fancy seeing you here! Nicole also rubbed shoulders with Hugh Grant while at the event
Star studded: Nicole is seen here with Casey Affleck
After its release in November, Lion has been touted as a possible winner at next year's Oscars - with Nicole already picking up the Best Supporting Actress Award at the Hollywood Film Awards for her role as Sue Brierley.
While promoting the film, Nicole explained her own experiences drew her to the movie and noted the bond between mother and child goes beyond blood.
'We have many mothers, biological...adoptive but the way in which mothers can love and the power of that and that launches you off into the world.'
The actress adopted her son Connor and daughter Isabella in 1992 and 1995 with her then-husband Tom Cruise.
Winner: Nicole presented Casey with an award
Star-studded cast: Nicole's co-star Dev Patel (left) was also nominated for an award on the night for his role in the film about adoption
Sweet: While promoting the film, Nicole explained her own experiences drew her to the movie and noted the bond between mother and child goes beyond blood
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