Nicole Kidman Rocks the No Pants Look for a Cause

The actress donned several band T-shirts to promote musicians in her native Australia.
Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman.


While Kendall Jenner owns the tights as pants trend, many A-listers have taken the leggy look a step further by simply forgoing bottoms entirely. Everyone from Hailey Bieber to Kate Upton has hopped on the pantless bandwagon, and Nicole Kidman is the latest celeb to do so. And she did it for a charitable cause, too.

The Big Little Lies actress shared a trio of Instagram pics on Nov. 30, in which she rocked three different T-shirts and nothing on her lower half. Kidman flaunted her toned legs in Gretta Ray, Keith Urban and King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard band tees in order to promote Support Act’s Ausmusic T-Shirt Day. The event, held on Thursday, was intended to raise awareness for Australian musicians while garnering funds to benefit music workers. 

“Celebrating Aussie music for #AusMusicTShirtDay today! 🎶🇦🇺 Throw on a tee from one of your favorite Australian artists to help raise funds for music workers through @SupportAct ❤️,” Kidman wrote in her caption.

Many of the 56-year-old actress’s 9.8 million followers piped in to the comments section to not only compliment her taste in music, but to applaud her support of her homeland, as well.

“Teenager ❤️,” SI Swimsuit legend Elle Macpherson gushed.

“Nicole Kidman in a King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard t shirt is just what I needed to see,” one fan added.

“I love seeing celebrities just being themselves and having fun,” someone else observed.

“I just love how you’ve never forgotten your roots and continue to support your home, the creative arts industry and our people xx,” another added.

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