Friday, October 23, 2009

Another Day in the Life of the Urbans

NK: The paps are here...quick, give me a nuzzle.

Keith: I don't have my heels can I reach?

NK: I don't care how you do it, just make it happen.

Keith: Good lord, you've got your arm around my neck so tight, I'm having to stand on my tip toes to prevent a choke hold.

NK: Whatever. Put your hand on my ass.

Keith: What? Are you serious?

NK: Do it, for God's sake. Do you need a map?

Keith: Lord help me...alright. It's there...but on the count of five, it comes off.

NK: As long as they get a picture, I don't care how long it's there.

Keith: Crikey, that has to be worth something.

NK: Fine...another million dollars at the end of the contract, if you put your hand on my ass on command.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Mrs. Urban in Washington, continued...

How very hypocritcal of her... But we here at UM expect nothing less...

Kidman: Hollywood probably contributes to violence

WASHINGTON — Nicole Kidman conceded Wednesday that Hollywood has probably contributed to violence against women by portraying them as weak, sex objects.

The Oscar-winning actress said she is not interested in those kinds of demeaning roles, adding that the movie industry also has made an effort to contribute to solutions for ending the violence.

Kidman testified before a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee that is considering legislation to address violence against women overseas through humanitarian relief efforts and grants to local organizations working on the problem.

Asked by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., if the movie industry has "played a bad role," Kidman said "probably," but quickly added that she herself doesn't.

"I can't be responsible for all of Hollywood but I can certainly be responsible for my own career," she said.

Kidman appeared before the committee in her role as a goodwill ambassador the U.N. Development Fund for Women, known as UNIFEM, to promote the International Violence Against Women Act.

"In the real world, the laws go unenforced and impunity is the norm," she said.
The legislation has stalled in the past, but a sponsor, Rep. Bill Delahunt, D-Mass., said he and others plan to reintroduce it soon.

The Australian star told Congress that the U.N. women's fund needs more resources. "We need the money," she said.

Before the hearing began, a crowd of people lined the hall and around the corner to hear her speak.

Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved

Monday, October 19, 2009

Mrs. Urban Goes to Washington

On Wednesday, October 21st, Nicole Mary Kidman Cruise Urban will be testifying in front of Congress about violence against women. She is also slated to host a reception later in the day on behalf of the UN.

Our question of the day:

How will Nicole spend most of her time preparing for this special event?

1. Her speech

2. Her wardrobe to wear on the Hill

3. A quick visit to the lip fairy and Dr. Botox

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Another Wax Figure of Kidman Unveiled!

In New York... at an Omega Watch event....

Another wax figure of Nicole Kidman was unveiled... TADA!

Oh, but wait! That really was Nicole... or was it?

Ummmm... hard to tell the difference....