Nicole Kidman cuts striking figure at Country Music Awards
Nicole Kidman channelled gothic glamour as she covered up in a dazzling head-to-toe black gown at the American Country Music Awards.
The Australian star turned up to the bash in Las Vegas with singer hubby Keith Urban in a full-length, sparkly turtle-neck gown, with a cut-out back and split revealing a sexy peek of flesh.
Miley Cyrus also worked a thigh-high split in a gun-metal grey, embellished Monique Lhuillier gown.
The teen star turned up with her father Billy Ray Cyrus, and later changed into a more teen-appropriate ensemble of white jeans, knee-high boots and a beige embellished jumper for a performance of her song The Climb.
Also in attendance was singer LeAnn Rimes, who has recently been dogged by rumours alleging she is having an extra-marital affair.
Taking a night off parenting baby son, nine-month-old Levi, was Hollywood hottie Matthew McConaughey and his Brazilian model girlfriend Camila Alves, who looked stunning in a white minidress and killer heels.
Matthew attended the ceremony to present the Entertainer of the Year award to Carrie Underwood.
The American Idol 2005 winner, who wore a blush pink one-shouldered gown, picked up two awards last night, including Top Female Vocalist.
Teen singer Taylor Swift, who won Album of the Year, was also in attendance, looking stunning in a one-shouldered, scarlet showstopper.
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