Urban’s The Speed Of Now World Tour hits Australia in December.
Nicole Kidman made a surprise appearance onstage with her husband Keith Urban at his gig The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Saturday night, May 28.
The sweet moment between the couple, who have been married for nearly 16 years, was captured on video, and shared to Urban’s social media pages the following day.
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In the video, Kidman received a hug and kiss from Urban, before he jokingly held out the microphone to her and asked, What’s your name? Where are you from?”
The actress introduced herself as "Nicole Urban" and revealed her motive for interrupting his show was to retrieve her husband's jacket. She said, "I wanna get your jacket. You put it on the floor and I'm worried (you're going to lose it)."
Keith then explained: "OK. Come on let's get my jacket. She literally said don’t lose that jacket and I was like 'How am ai going to lose that jacket'."
Urban then takes his wife by the hand to help her find the discarded jacket.
“She literally said, ‘Don’t lose that jacket,’ and I’m like, ‘How am I gonna lose the jacket?’” he says to the crowd as he walks across the stage. “And it’s gone! See, look. You jinxed it.”
It only took a few seconds before Urban realised his guitar tech had the jacket all along.
Keith said, " Oh my guitar tech stole it. There you go," as he put the jacket on his wife, who then smiled and held her husband's hand before running off to the side of the stage.
The singer then turned back to the audience and said, "Just a typical night in Las Vegas."
Kidman re-shared her husband’s video on her Instagram story, adding the iconic line, “What happens in Vegas…” with a winking emoji.
Urban’s current single Nightfalls is an euphoric moonlit anthem peaked at #6 on the Countrytown Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart. The infectious track marks the return of Urban’s high-energy, in-the-moment spirit and all-round divergent musicality.
Urban said, “Writing Nightfalls with Greg Kurstin and Mozella was pure joy. Two summers have gone by with no way to tour and the desire to have that feeling again inspired every part of this song and recording. In a world so full of real struggles and fractures, I wanna try and bring something to help us exhale and be in the moment - if only for 3 mins and 41 seconds.”
Urban’s The Speed Of Now World Tour hits Australia in December with guests Birds of Tokyo.
Keep up to date with Keith Urban on his Facebook page here.