Nicole Kidman's "hidden talent" is eating bugs
The 'Killing of a Sacred Deer' star has devoured a number of critters including "extraordinary" hornworms, "fruity" mealworms, "exquisite" grasshoppers and crickets, which she likens to a "hairy nut"
2 February 2018
Speaking about her talent in a video for Vanity Fair magazine, she said: "Two billion people in the world eat bugs and I'm one of them. I'm telling you, I'd win Survivor."
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Meanwhile, Nicole's husband Keith Urban previously said he doesn't want his wife to be "tough".
Nicole shared: "Well, Keith always says to me, 'You stay raw and sensitive, and I'll buffer things for you', which is a beautiful offering. He is always told, 'You're so tough.' And he says, 'That's not what I want for you, Nicole. You don't need to get a thick skin.'
"I think, for me, it's about having a place that's safe to nurture you, where the tears can be shed. That way I can actually go back open and curious and willing. And at times scarred and a little damaged, but not with a sword like, 'I'm seeking revenge.' Because that just doesn't interest me. I actually never choose films that are about revenge. I choose films, I've realised, about women who somehow find their way through."
Nicole has always been a "sensitive" person and has always spent a lot of time dwelling on her feelings.
She added: "My mother said I was always an intense child, a very sensitive child. So that probably helped the emotions to be very present. I was just a big thinker. I would evaluate and analyse and feel and cry and discuss and be angry. All of those emotions were very surface for me."