Red Carpet

Nicole Kidman steps out on the 90th Academy Awards red carpet - & her dress will blow you away!

Australian actress Nicole Kidman has made a showstopping entrance at the 90th Academy Awards.

By Bettina Tyrrell

She's done it again! Nicole Kidman, 50, never misses the mark on the Oscars red carpet, and this year's indigo masterpiece is no exception. The evening gown featured a sweetheart neckline, an over-sized bow and a daring thigh-high slit.

The Aussie beauty stunned as she made her way down the 90th Annual Academy Awards red carpet in Hollywood on Sunday, March 5.

The statuesque Aussie wore a deep indigo gown.
The statuesque Aussie wore a deep indigo gown.
Nicole accessorised her gown with glittering diamonds and a vibrant red lip.
Nicole accessorised her gown with glittering diamonds and a vibrant red lip.
Nicole is attending the Oscars' as she will be presenting an award during the ceremony.
Nicole is attending the Oscars' as she will be presenting an award during the ceremony.
Where's Keith? Nicole's husband wasn't there to hold her purse during photos.
Where's Keith? Nicole's husband wasn't there to hold her purse during photos.
Nicole waved to fans and media as she made her way down the red carpet.
Nicole waved to fans and media as she made her way down the red carpet.
Saying hi to her new Big Little Lies co-star, Meryl Streep.
Saying hi to her new Big Little Lies co-star, Meryl Streep.

While Nicole hasn't been nominated for any films this year - she's been too busy cleaning up on the small screen with her award-winning role in Big Little Lies - the former Best Actress winner has the honour of presenting an award to one of her A-list colleagues.

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Nicole wore a Jean Paul Gaultier haute couture gown when she took out the 2003 Oscar for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in *The Hours*.
Nicole wore a Jean Paul Gaultier haute couture gown when she took out the 2003 Oscar for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in The Hours.

Nicole has been gracing the Academy Awards since 1991 when she was nothing but a fresh-faced, budding actress.

Fast forward to 2018 and Nicole is an Oscars veteran, having won her own golden statue and 2003 for her maginficent role in The Hours. The Aussie actress has been nominated three times for Best Actress (Moulin Rouge! 2002, The Hours, 2003, Rabbit Hole, 2011) and once for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the 2017 drama Lion.