Nicole Kidman didn’t bust out her free-spirited dance moves, but just singing with her husband was enough for an audience of sick kids.
Keith Urban took center stage when he whipped out his guitar at the Melbourne Children's Hospital in Australia on Friday, and strummed an acoustic rendition of "Amazing Grace" to a crowd of patients and staff who encircled him and hummed along. Midway through the sweet performance, the camera panned to the sidelines where Kidman piped in for an impromptu solo.
The pair donated a memento from the visit, a signed guitar that included the message: "With love Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman," the Morung Express reported.
The benevolent duo was in town to support the Celebrate Life Foundation, an organization that helps groups working to inspire wellness and decrease the spread and risks of preventable diseases.
"It’s one of the most important things I do. I have been doing it since I became well-known in the movie industry," Kidman told the Herald Sun of her philanthropic work. "It’s deeply sad, but events like the Swisse Celebrate Life Ball ensure that we are able to give to families in need. Even if it is just listening and hugging and showing support, then it’s worth it."