Nicole Kidman honours mum in Golden Globes speech

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With last year's expensive rings obviously left at home, the 50-year-old was free to slap her hands together however she damn well pleased at this year's Golden Globes ceremony. Kidman also thanked her other "Big Little Lies" co-stars Shailene Woodley, Zoe Kravitz, and Laura Dern and said that this award is not just "hers", rather "theirs" to share as a unit.

After taking home a Golden Globe on Sunday night for Best Actress in a Limited Series, the A-list actor celebrated until they were stacking the chairs in the theater, and then she chose to open a new Instagram account to document the occasion.

Several categories earlier, Nicole Kidman won the Golden Globe for best actress in a limited series for her portrayal of Celeste Wright, a woman trapped in an abusive marriage.

An emotional Nicole Kidman has used her Golden Globe acceptance speech to honour her mother for the work she did in Australia as an advocate for women.

"Because of her, I'm standing here".

She also credited the "power of women" for the success of the HBO series.

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Host Kyle Sandilands explained his theory to Kidman: 'I believe you were clapping like that because you had the rings on and you didn't want to damage the rings.'.

Nicole continued to gush: 'My achievements are her [Janelle's] achievements.

"Let's keep the conversation alive and let's do it".

And finally, Kidman turned her attention to her husband of more than 10 years, Keith Urban.

But the star's awkward kiss with husband, Keith Urban, seemed to get more attention than her big win.