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Nicole Kidman's latest photoshoot is earning all the fire emojis from fans.
On Wednesday, the 54-year-old Oscar winner took to Instagram to share some high-fashion shots from Dujour magazine to promote her latest film, "Being The Ricardos." The photos, taken by Montreal-based photographer Max Abadian, featured Kidman showing off her toned midriff in designer looks while rocking her natural strawberry blonde hair colour.
"It’s winter in America, but summer in Australia – I’m officially a double hemisphere girl," Kidman captioned the post. "Thank you so much @DuJourMedia for featuring me on your Winter Issue #BeingTheRicardos."
Fans flocked to the comment section, praising the star for her "gorgeous" new photos and for her recent turn as Lucille Ball in the highly-anticipated biopic.
"You look amazing Nicole!" one Instagram user wrote. "I really hope you win a second Oscar for your impeccable performance as Lucy."
"Age definitely agrees with you," another added. "This is the best she's ever looked."
"Can we just talk about how everyone underestimated Nicole's versatility?" another said. "The woman went from Lucy to this. Well done Nicole!"
"There's no way you are 54," someone else commented. "You look more beautiful than ever, and your performance as Lucille Ball was amazing."
Speaking with Dujour, Kidman revealed the lengths she went to in order to embody her character in "Being The Ricardos."
Kidman admitted that the initial backlash that occurred after she was cast in the project took a toll on her.
“I was so frightened,” she said. “I thought, ‘Oh my God, I’m not the right person. Maybe I didn’t think this thing through.’ And then it was too late to get out of it.”
Kidman revealed that she started smoking in an effort to sound more like the real Lucy.
“At first, I said to Tom Jones, my dialogue coach, ‘This is impossible. I’m Australian. How am I going to get this?’" the star said. "He said, ‘We’re going to get there.’” They decided her Lucy needed to have a “deep smoker’s voice, so I started smoking. If I warm up for a minute, I now can do her voice standing on my head.”