Nicole Kidman Looks Like an Ethereal Dream at 'Top of the Lake: China Girl' Premiere in Australia

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Nicole Kidman is an ethereal dream!
The 50-year-old actress stunned at the Australian premiere of her new movie, Top of the Lake: China Girl, at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday.
Back in her hometown, Kidman stepped out in a playful long-sleeved, tea-length Zuhair Murad frock. The nude-hued tulle number featured floral embroidery and a silver belt.
She paired the look with strappy gold Jimmy Choo heels, drop-down earrings and bold red lips, and wore her hair in a loose updo with romantic spiral tendrils to best show off the delicate dress. 
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Kidman stars in the limited series alongside Elisabeth Moss, Gwendoline Christie and Alice Englert, and she posed with Englert and creator-director Jane Campion on the red carpet down under.
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The blonde bombshell has used many of her Top of the Lake press appearances to show off her unique style. Last week, she stood out in a blush-hued tiered dress covered in floral embroidery for an appearance at the 2017 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour in Beverly Hills with Moss, Christie and Englert.
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And in May, she opted for an asymmetrical black Versace gown from the label’s autumn/winter 2017 collection for a photocall during the Cannes Film Festival.
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On Saturday, ET sat down with Kidman's BFF and fellow Australian actress, Naomi Watts, who opened up about women finding more great projects on television lately while promoting her new film, The Glass Castle.
"Yeah, it's a great thing that's going on there with TV -- fantastic female-driven stories that are being made," Watts acknowledged. "Obviously, as actors we're really happy and, you know, it doesn't really matter the format, it's just that you get to play these characters with love, and hope that the stories connect with people."
Hear more from Watts about her amazing friendship with Kidman in the video below.
Top of the Lake: China Girl premieres on Sundance TV on Sept. 10.