Nicole Kidman, who has received an Academy Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, six Golden Globe Awards, and a BAFTA Award, is one of the most renowned actresses in history.
However, her most recent endeavour may have her considering a future career move, and some of her followers now believe she can add a Grammy Award to her long list of accomplishments.
Luke Evans, a Welsh actor and stage performer, and the Australian actress have collaborated to produce an eerie cover of a Christina Aguilera song.
Luke, whose film credits include 2017's Beauty and the Beast and The Hobbit, is also a well-known stage performer. He began his career on London's West End in musicals.
He has asked several of his well-known pals to record renditions of songs from musical favourites to American Songbook standards for his second studio album, titled A Song For You.
Nicole Kidman sings on his cover of Say Something, a duet that was originally performed by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera. Nicole's fans are all comparing her comeback to singing to her final performance in the opulent 2001 film Moulin Rouge.
Nicole's vocals have received a lot of attention from other celebrities as Nicole and Luke's duet has gained widespread online popularity.
Sing beauty, remarked Academy Award-winning West Side Story actress Ariana Debose, and "this is stunning my darling," added Big Little Lies co-star Shailene Woodley.
While Nicole's famous friends applauded her vocal abilities, it was the audience who immediately made the connection to Nicole's iconic performance in the musical film Moulin Rouge.
One follower commented on Nicole's post with the message "Satine is alive" in reference to her role in Baz Luhrmann's movie. The commenter who made that statement said, "I didn't think I'd ever appreciate anything more than you and Ewan singing Fly Away, but this is right here!"
Nicole Kidman portrayed a French courtesan in Moulin Rouge who fell in love with Ewan McGregor's poor poet. Nicole demonstrated her vocal prowess by belting out Madonna standards like Material Girl and the moving ballad Come What May.
When the soundtrack was published in 2001, the general public also recognised that her voice were up to the task; the record went on to sell 4 million copies and rank as the 20th best-selling album worldwide that year.
Nicole has had some success as a pop star in the past, even though she is no stranger to singing in movies.
After duetting with British pop musician Robbie Williams for a rendition of the Frank and Nancy Sinatra classic Somethin' Stupid in 2001, she topped the UK charts.
Could Nicole Kidman soon replace the box office with the Billboard charts? She has potential, based on the comments of the fans.
She can also consult her husband, country music icon Keith Urban, for advice.