Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman Divorce: Begs Ice Queen To Tone Down Plastic Surgery – Threatens Break-Up (PHOTOS)

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman Divorce: Begs Ice Queen To Tone Down Plastic Surgery - Threatens Break-Up (PHOTOS)

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban portray the image of domesticated bliss to their many fans, but sources tell us that divorce has been discussed and the truth couldn’t be further from that happy image. We’ve already gotten some inklings of a troubled marriage over the past few years, with both of their busy schedules and the limited amount of time they seem to spend together.

However, Nicole and Keith both have their kids to think of, and they’ve stayed together because of their commitment to raising their family. Even as Nicole’s face has come to resemble the crypt keeper, Keith has stayed with her. But now, he’s sick and tired of the waxy-looking blonde creature that has taken over his wife’s face, and he wants the woman he married back.

Our sources tell us that Keith is actually threatening to leave if Nicole doesn’t stop with the fillers, which she very well might not to do. From what we see with women [especially in Hollywood], they start off slow and then get addicted to plastic surgery within their first two times at the surgeon’s office. They get some small fillers and injections, and they are so impressed with the results that instead of waiting for everything to settle, they go overboard and jump into getting a bunch of different procedures done – much to the horror of their husbands, I’m sure.

Nicole is the same way, but nowadays, there’s simply no more career pressure to look young. Does she want to be stuck playing the ice queen role forever? Or worse yet, does she really want Keith to divorce her because she looks so unbelievably plasticized? It almost seemed like her face settled earlier this year, but fast forward a month, and it was back to the same frightening visage.

Honestly, Keith should probably just refuse to let her go back to LA until her face returns to normal. But then again, it’s not like he has that much say in the matter, even with his veiled threats.

Check out Nicole’s hands and her face – then you’ll get a clue of the amazing amount of plastic surgery she has had!

Image Credit: FameFlynet

  • Jules

    Ah Bobby Fisher/Cate Meighan…You can’t go one full week without posting some crazy, disgusting, misogyninistic story about Nicole Kidman. You posted the SAME cr/p about plastic surgery last week, 8 days ago, 10 days ago (!), 12 days ago (!!), 15 days ago (!!!), a month ago, etc..You really are INSANE. When will you get that great directors, talented and intelligent people DON’T CARE about Kidman’s face or body? What they care about is her TALENT. She is 46 years-old and works with the most talented and/or popular people in the movie industry. Next she has a movie directed by Werner Herzog with Robert Pattinson and James Franco, another movie with Colin Firth, right now she’s working with Jason Bateman and Christopher Walken (Keith Urban and their daughters are on set with her in New York by the way, you should learn to use Twitter), after that she’s starting a film with Jude Law, Colin Firth and Laura Linney. And she’s also working on a project with Reese Witherspoon.

    Keith Urban (you really seem to fantasize him by the way, that’s probably the reason why you are so disgustingly mean with Nicole), well, he’s crazy in love with his wife. Try to accept it. I know it’s hard but the way you repeatedly bash Nicole is really getting pathetic.

    Again, here’s what Keith said about Nicole in Rolling Stone a couple of months ago :

    RS : It seems to be your and Nicole’s turn to be in the tabloid divorce rumor mill. How do you deal with that?
    KU : The people who really know us are most aghast by the whole thing and going, “How do you not want to defend that?” I’m like,”It’s pointless.” Our life will be our way of defending it.

    RS : You seem very happy together.
    KU : I have a wife who is just from another planet. She is so celestial. I say that I was born into her. That is the best way I can describe how I feel about her and us.

    RS : What does that mean?
    KU : It means that I felt like I was just sitting dormant, and she came along and I came to life. I was born into her, so who I am now was waiting the whole time.

    RS : How does Nicole influence you as an artist?
    KU : There’s a fearlessness about Nic. It’s funny, it’s not a fearlessness, it’s a willingness to face it anyway. That’s a different thing. The characters she explores, she’s really interested in and it’s interesting because they’ve certainly, of late, been fascinating, strong, often misunderstood type characters. I love that she wants to bring them to life and present a new way to look at them. The reason I could never act is I’m terrified of looking stupid or failing in some way and it’s something I’m really trying to work through. She doesn’t have that sense of having to please people as much as just be a true artist. I love that about her. She doesn’t mind failing at stuff to get to the place where it works. I don’t even know if she can do anything and feel silly or awkward. She’s not wired that way. So I think she’s helped me shed some of my limitations. That’s very liberating creatively.

    RS: Will you and Nicole ever duet on one of your records?
    KU : It’s not really her thing. She’s not comfortable doing it.

    RS : There’s a video on YouTube of you two at a
    tribute for actor Simon Baker singing a parody to Men at Work’s “Land Down Under.” She’s so loose and carefree. It shows a different side of her.
    KU : That’s the side I wish more people could see. That is
    the Nic that I know so well. Slightly goofy, very girly, and just really

    RS : What’s the longest you and Nicole go without seeing each other?
    KU : The most is five days, but we Skype and we talk on the phone several times a day, and we stay very, very connected. And I am on dad duty right now, so I played a corporate show in Phoenix last night, and flew back and got in about 1:00 AM this morning and then I got up at 6:30 with the kids and made breakfast. Plenty of dads and moms are doing that.

  • Jules

    More words from Keith Urban at one of his concerts a couple of weeks ago :

    “I wrote this song for my wife and she’s here tonight. In a world of so
    much darkness and toxicity and scary people, she is extraordinary, pure and a beautiful light and I love you with all my heart baby girl”

  • Lao

    “Check her hands and face!” Um, calm down Bobby, you sound like a gloating maniac. Normal, intelligent people have better things to do than to analyze every pore of someone’s face. Only maniacs and people with incredibly boring and sad lives do that. In which category are you?
    By the way, two weeks ago, in another of your insane rants about Kidman, you said that nobody wanted to work with her because of her face. And today you post pictures of her on a movie set? How ridiculous, desperate and pathetic are you?