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Nicole Kidman Wants A Farm, Preferably With A Goat

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nicole.jpgWe profiled earlier plans (that have since imploded) by Justin Timberlake and Cameron Diaz to buy a farm and get all dirty and now it appears that Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are desiring the same thing.

Kidman revealed last night on the heavily hyped celebrity cross-interview Oprah special and she and Keith are looking to buy a farm outside of Nashville, Tennessee. Nicole was being interviewed by fellow-Aussie, Russell Crowe. From the special,

“We are going to get a farm and I really want a goat,” Kidman said.

“A goat?” a surprised Crowe said.

“I just kind of have this thing where I’d like to have a goat,” Kidman continued, adding that she would use it to make cheese.

“I guarantee you, you’ll need more than one goat,” Crowe laughed.

A farm is a far cry from the Malibu mansion Kidman shared with Tom Cruise, but it appears that her Australian roots and Keith Urban’s country ways are having an effect. Great to see more celebs embracing nature and milking goats. I’m sure The Departed star, Vera Farmiga (who lives on a goat farm) would be happy to offer some advice.

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