The actress, 51, is the subject of the lyrics to new track Gemini, penned by the country music star, 51 – and he admitted his wife of almost 13 years ‘loves’ the song.
The musician opened up about the raunchy words in an interview with the
Saucy: Nicole Kidman, 51, has been branded a ‘maniac in bed’ by husband Keith Urban, 51, in his new song Gemini (pictured together in January)
The lyrics include: ‘She’s a maniac in the bed, But a brainiac in her head.’
Keith explained that line in response to a request from his co-writer Julia Michaels, who had asked him to ‘describe’ the Big Little Lies star.
He said: ‘It’s a fun song. My co-writer Julia Michaels asked me to describe Nicole and that’s what came out. “She is Gemini, but she’s not a contradiction. She can roll with things”.’
The full verse, which features on his album Grafitti, reads: ‘She’s a maniac in the bed/But a brainiac in her head/And I know that everybody knows/Ooh, that she’s both.’
Intimate: The actress, 51, is the subject of lyrics to new track Gemini, penned by the country music star, 51, and he admitted his wife of 13 years ‘loves’ the song (pictured in May 2018)
Further lyrics in the track, which is about the actress, read: ‘A little bit left, a little bit right. She’s waking to make love in the middle of the night.’
The couple tied the knot in Sydney, Australia, in June 2006 and are parents to two daughters; Sunday Rose, 10, and Faith Margaret, eight.
Nicole was previously married to Tom Cruise between 1990 and 2001.
The actress opened up about her sexual preferences in an interview with
She told the publication: ‘My life has been about exploring types of love. I’ve explored obsession, I’ve explored strange sexual fetish stuff, I’ve explored the mundane aspect of marriage and monogamy. But I’m still on that journey.’
Last month Nicole, who also has children Isabella, 26, and Connor, 24, with ex-husband Tom, gushed over Keith in an adorable Valentine’s Day Instagram post.
Family life: The couple tied the knot in Sydney, Australia, in June 2006 and are parents to two daughters; Sunday Rose, 10, and Faith Margaret, eight
Sharing a loved-up snap of the pair at the Golden Globes this year, Nicole captioned the image with a quote from her hit 2001 film Moulin Rouge.
She wrote: ‘The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.’
Nicole, who married Keith in 2006, recently revealed she would have loved to have had a big brood with the singing superstar.
‘We go, “Oh gosh, I wonder if we met when we were 25, then we could have had 10 of them!”‘ she told
‘But Keith says, “Stop the wanting mind.” It’s far better to be completely in love and satiated with what you’ve been given, what we’ve been given.’
‘The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return’: Nicole posted a gushing tribute to her husband Keith on Valentine’s Day