Before she settled down with country crooner Keith Urban, Nicole Kidman was actually engaged to Lenny Kravitz.
She said: "I'm dedicated to being the chameleon", she explains.
"I love Lenny", Kidman went on to add.
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A long-time Hollywood favorite, as well as the producer and star of HBO's Big Little Lies, Kidman has been making her rounds of interviews. She previously discussed the engagement in the October 2007 issue of Vanity Fair, although she didn't confirm the singer by name. "I wasn't ready. We weren't ready", she told the publication.
Kidman and 52-year-old Kravitz were linked in 2003.
"I had such a crush on him and he wasn't interested in me", she recalled on "Ellen" earlier this month.
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Despite almost 11 years of wedded bliss, Kidman's romance with Urban got off to a shaky start. While Kidman and Kravitz had clearly once been a couple, it was never confirmed that they were due to marry - until now.
Launching on Sunday, the HBO series tells the dark tales behind the seemingly flawless lives of three mothers, played by Kidman, Reece Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley. "I was emotionally and physically traumatized. I think it worked on my psyche in a way that I didn't quite realize". She's so good that sometimes it was distracting.
"One of the craziest things happened after we'd done a lot of violent scenes". I came back and I'd left my key - I couldn't get in the door. So I got a rock and I threw the rock through the door. "I realised, "Oh my gosh, that's how much I'm holding all this in, the anger, the pain".
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