Nicole Kidman is ripped!
The 55-year-old actress posed for the cover of Perfect magazine while wearing a mini-skirt from Diesel and a vibrant crop top.
Nicole Kidman , who usually sports blonde hair, sported long red locks as she glared at the camera while flexing her muscles in a commanding position. The “Being the Ricardos” actress wore a red wig with long hair in the back and a blunt bob in the front.
The publication posted a photo of Nicole Kidman on Instagram on Monday along with the caption “The Perfect Icon award goes to Nicole Kidman.”
The magazine’s comment section was inundated with praise for Kidman’s appearance from admirers and her peers. Beautiful pictures! Rita Wilson said something. I need to see her in a MAJOR sci-fi movie right away, wrote a fan.
This is not the first cover shot Nicole Kidman has participated in where she has displayed her abs. She created controversy by appearing in Vanity Fair’s yearly “Hollywood” edition before her most recent photo session.
For the 28th edition of the cover, Kidman posed in a “student”-inspired Miu Miu outfit. A lot of social media users immediately commented on the clothing because it showed her midriff. Many claimed the actress’ Miu Miu dress, which included a belly-baring top and an extremely short miniskirt, unnecessary sexualized her.
Kidman has recently admitted that she was the one who requested to wear it.
One user wrote, “One of the most famous (and most attractive) actors and she is shown as a skimpily clothed school student in 2022.” “Who had the bright notion to do this? One is left in awe.”
Similar thoughts were expressed by others as well, with one Instagram user saying about having “This absolutely weird and unexpected sight left me feeling quite perplexed. Not in a good manner, either.”
Talking about the photoshoot to Baz Luhrmann for Vogue Australia in May, Nicole had said that a part of her will simply going to do what she wants to do in the end? And simply enjoy herself. And when she shows up, just really commit, like, truly commit. However, there must be some enjoyment.
“And while sometimes it will succeed, other times it won’t. But I adore the notion of being daring and defying categorisation,” she had concluded.