Now he’s channeling his signature sass toward those of his followers with negative things to say about Nicole Kidman’s recent Vogue cover.
Following its controversy surrounding Cara Delevingne’s July 2015 cover story, the American glossy is the subject of criticism once again, this time with its August 2015 cover starring Nicole Kidman.
In an older interview, the actress said that she would never speak ill of Scientology because it happened to be what her children believed in, and she respected their choice too much to even think of doing that. When I was with Tom [Cruise], I don’t remember paparazzi sitting outside our house… not like now.
So if you’re curious about how the The Queen of the Desert star lives, give the video a watch – you’ll be charmed by her home, her honesty, and (spoiler alert) her cows.
If that was ever the case, Nicole Kidman won’t say. I can live the way I’ve always wanted to live.
“We’re the generation that got to duck all of that”. Wearing an airy white dress and a wide-brimmed hat, the star welcomes the interviewer into her home, greeting him with a cheery, “G’day, mate!” But I didn’t. I mean, if I could have had two more children with him, that would have been just glorious.
That goes for what Nicole Kidman holds high in value, as well. Nicole also refused to participate in the documentary Going Clear, in which Kidman’s ex-husband was prominently criticized for his role in the cult-like organization.
The actress wanders around her estate collecting eggs and tidying up after her daughters as a reporter fires questions at her about life in Nashville, Tennessee and Australia, working with “decent” pal Hugh Jackman, her husband Keith Urban and her favourite things. “I’ve experienced surrogacy with a genetic child”, she said in the Vogue tell-all.
In between questions and in an attempt to humor her a little, she was asked to do a mime impersonation of her way out of a box, which she charmingly declined by saying, “Oh, come on”. I can hike. I can take my kids to school.