Nicole Kidman joins Instagram with Time's Up post

NBC shows writer David E. Kelley foreground with the cast and crew of

Nicole Kidman joins Instagram with Time's Up post

It was a similar turn of events for Laura Dern, who also wowed audiences with her performance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The actress beat out Jessica Biel ('The Sinner'), Jessica Lange ('Feud: Bette and Joan'), Susan Sarandon ('Feud: Bette and Joan') and Reese Witherspoon ('Big Little Lies').

The 2018 Golden Globe awards were about as empowering as primetime TV award ceremonies can be, with many acceptance speeches focused on inequality in Hollywood, as well championing those trying to champion change.

Nicole won big at the Golden Globes on Sunday, 8 January for her role in HBO's Big Little Lies - and this time she remembered to kiss her husband, rather than co-star Skarsgard.

Host Kyle Sandilands explained his theory to Kidman: 'I believe you were clapping like that because you had the rings on and you didn't want to damage the rings.'. 'I'm so glad you clarified that because it was really awkward!

"Sunny, Faith, I love you, I'm bringing this home to you, babies", Nicole said, referring to her two biological daughters (Sunday Rose, 9, and Faith Margaret, 7) with Keith.

Nicole continued to gush: 'My achievements are her [Janelle's] achievements.

The veteran concluded her speech with the following message of gratitude to her co-stars, colleagues and loved ones 'Bless you.

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He also thanked Kidman, who starred alongside him in the show as his wife, Celeste. And it's been a decade since Kidman has been publicly spotted with Connor and Isabella. "Is she done being a mother to Connor and Isabella?" "I am so proud of my Big Little Lies family and to have stood with my sisters on such a special night", the caption reads.

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