Kidman Duet Tops British Charts
She's gorgeous, a respected actress and now a hit-making singer as well. Nicole Kidman proved she could croon in last summer's hit musical "Moulin Rouge," which featured her as a singing cabaret courtesan in turn-of-the-century Paris. In the film, she and costar Ewan McGregor performed versions of songs such as "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend," "Material Girl" and "Your Song," backdated and rearranged to suit the film. Now the statuesque actress, 34, has released a duet with British pop star Robbie Williams, a remake of the Frank and Nancy Sinatra hit "Something Stupid," Reuters reported. The father-daughter duet was a No. 1 hit in 1968, and has been an oldies-radio staple for decades. The Kidman-Williams version shot to the top position in the U.K., but has yet to make a dent in the U.S. charts.
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