Keith Urban is down to collaborate with his wife, Nicole Kidman...at least when it comes to the bedroom!
The country star supported his longtime love at the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday. Both have successful careers of their own, but when ET asked if the couple would ever work together, Urban had quite a cheeky response.
"Us? We collab every night, of course!" he teased, as Kidman adorably giggled by his side.
All kidding aside, the singer gushed he's "always" proud of the "Lion" star, who's nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Academy Awards later this month.
"The fact that all of this brings attention to the film is extraordinary," Urban said.
As for Kidman, she gushed over the critical response the drama has garnered since its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival last September.
"It's been an incredible journey -- the emotional response is what's just astonishing because people come up and they want to hug you and they cry and they really connect and that's unusual," she marveled. "I'm not in films that do that a lot... I'm cherishing every moment of it."
Kidman isn't the only "Lion" star to score an Oscar nom. Her co-star, Dev Patel, did too!
"I literally just saw Dev for the first time since he was nominated," she gushed. "I just said 'Congratulations, can you believe it?' It's a beautiful thing to share together."
ET spoke with the 26-year-old actor just moments after Kidman. "I was shocked, I'm still shocked," he explained of his Oscar nomination. "It's insane just hearing that."
"I kind of gave it my heart and soul," Patel said of his experience making the movie. "The fact that we're saying real people's words, it makes it all the more sacred -- it's really nourishing when stuff like this happens."
Patel first burst on to the scene in late 2008 after starring in "Slumdog Millionaire." Nine years later, the English actor has certainly grown up, but admits he isn't quite used to receiving so much attention from female fans.
"I think they're delirious, but I'm very grateful."