Back at many requests! Nicole Kidman promotes ANOTHER Instagram Live concert with her husband Keith Urban amid global corona virus blockades
Keith Urban performed a one-man band performing his biggest social media hits amid the global corona virus pandemic last Monday.
And now Australian musician and actress wife Nicole Kidman, both 52, are back by popular demand.
“Last Monday was fun, let’s do it again?” Keith wrote on Instagram, asking fans to submit requests for his live stream.
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Back at many requests! Nicole Kidman (pictured) promoted a second Instagram Live concert with her husband Keith Urban on Monday amid the global blockages of the corona virus
Nicole also shared a video of the couple preparing in the studio, saying, “Everyone seemed to love performing at home last week, so we’re back.”
“Well, not me, I’m just a roady, a fan, an audience …” she went on, Keith joining in praising his beautiful wife.
Keith practiced on his guitar and said with a loving smile, “I can’t do it without you, honey!”
“Thank you everyone and have fun,” Nicole added.
“I can’t do it without you, honey!” Keith practiced on his guitar and praised his wife as he showed a loving smile
The actress played the ultimate supportive woman while encouraging her husband during last week’s performance.
She looked overjoyed as she danced, sang and cheered Keith at an intimate concert on his Instagram account.
The Australian actress and country singer played their performance after a similar show by Coldplay’s Chris Martin and a planned home performance by John Legend.
Dancing in a Storm: Nicole, 52, looked overjoyed on Monday as she danced, sang and cheered her husband Keith, 52, at an intimate concert posted to his Instagram account last week
Sometimes the Moulin Rouge actress stayed out of sight or Keith’s crutches adjusted for a quieter song.
She also got up and danced next to him and had some banter with his collaborator Jeff Linsenmaier, who made up pre-recorded music and played percussion and keyboards during the short set.
“He’s going to be called Instaband,” Keith quipped. “I really only play karaoke.”
Intimate: The Moulin Rouge actress danced next to her husband while bandmate Jeff Linsenmaier provided the backing tracks
Old school: Keith opened his set with a spot-on performance of one of his early hits, 2002’s Somebody Like You, from his album Golden Road
Meet Cute: Nicole and Keith have had plenty of time to perfect their affection since meeting in 2005 at G’Day LA, an event honoring Australian expats living in Los Angeles
Keith opened his set with a spot-on performance of one of his early hits, 2002’s Somebody Like You, from his album Golden Road.
The song became his second single to reach the top of what would become the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, and Billboard would later become the number one country song of the 2000s.
The country star was originally scheduled for a concert in Houston, Texas, but the show was canceled due to restrictions imposed on public gatherings in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, so Keith performed for an even wider audience: his 2.3 million Instagram- followers.
On home soil: As of Tuesday, March 24, there were 1,886 reported cases of coronavirus in their native Australia, including seven deaths