While a lot of Hollywood has spent its political capital in the weeks since the race attacking President-elect Donald Trump and groveling over active President Barack Obama, on-screen character Nicole Kidman has taken an alternate — and absolutely startling — tack.
Amid a meeting this week with BBC News, the “Lion” star, who noticed that she tries to avoid putting forth political expressions, said it’s simply time to proceed onward and get on load up.
“I simply say he’s presently chosen,” Kidman, an Australian local with double citizenship in the U.S., told BBC. “We as a nation need to bolster whosever the president, since that is the thing that the nation depends on. What’s more, however that happened, he’s there and how about we go.”
Rather than saying something regarding a specific applicant, similar to her Tinseltown neighbors are inclined to do, the Academy Award champ said she minds considerably more in regards to particular issues, not specific individuals.
“I’m generally hesitant to begin remarking politically. I’ve never done it regarding America or Australia. I’m issue-based,” Kidman said. “[F]or me, I’m exceptionally dedicated to ladies’ issues.”
Kidman is additionally a goodwill envoy for United Nations Women. “I do a considerable measure of raising money for U.N. Ladies, and I do a great deal of going for them,” she told the news outlet.
“I additionally do a colossal measure of raising support for bosom and ovarian disease, since that is something that is influenced my family profoundly,” she proceeded. “So they’re my issues that I’m extremely connected to.”
With respect to Australian legislative issues, her nation of origin has been involved in a fight over legitimizing gay marriage. Amid the sit-down with BBC, Kidman said she underpins the authorization of gay marriage in her nation of origin, telling the journalist, “I have faith in permitting individuals who cherish each other to share their lives together.”
“I truly trust that we ought to remain out of individuals’ business with that,” she included. “I adore when individuals cherish each other.”