Author Liane Moriarty reveals what Nicole Kidman is really like

She may be a huge Hollywood star, but Nicole Kidman is one of the friendliest A-listers around.  

Nine Perfect Strangers and Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty revealed what the Aussie actress was really like during an interview with the Kyle and Jackie O show on Tuesday, 

The 54-year-old, who described Nicole as ‘lovely’, said some of her friends were ‘surprised’ the award-winning star wanted to be her friend. 

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Real friends: Author Liane Moriarty has revealed what Nicole Kidman is really like after working with the Hollywood star on Big Little Lies and Nine Perfect Strangers

‘I do have some friends who say to me “so, she really wants to be your friend?”‘ she said with a laugh.

‘I’d say “yeah, well you’re my friend”.’

Kyle Sandilands interjected that her pals were probably ‘surprised’ at the thought of a ‘Hollywood actor’ wanting to be friends with an author. 

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‘They say “oh that’s nice of her isn’t it”,’ the New York Times best-seller responded.

The radio host laughed and said: ‘Like it’s some sort of charity.’

Real friends: ‘They say “oh that’s nice of her isn’t it”,’ the New York Times best-seller recalled of her friends’ reaction to Nicole’s friendship. Pictured is Liane with Nicole

Over the past few years, Nicole has brought Liane’s books to life on twice.

First for the limited HBO series Big Little Lies, which won multiple Emmy awards, and features an all-star cast including Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley and Zoë Kravitz.

The most recent series is Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers, which Nicole produced and filmed in Byron Bay, amid the pandemic.

Award winning: Over the past few years, Nicole has brought Liane’s book to TV screens twice. First for the limited HBO series Big Little Lies, which won multiple Emmy awards. Pictured is Nicole, Liane, Reese Witherspoon and producer Bruna Papandrea

New show: The most recent series is Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers, which Nicole starred in, produced and filmed in Byron Bay during the pandemic. Pictured is Nicole as Masha in Nine Perfect Strangers

The eight-episode series tells the story of nine stressed-out urbanites who escape to a wellness retreat run by Nicole’s character, Masha.

Cast and crew members were also required to get tested for the virus regularly. 

The show was produced by Nicole’s production company Blossom Films alongside collaborators Bruna Papandrea and David E. Kelley.

Dream team: Nine Perfect Strangers was produced by Nicole’s production company Blossom Films alongside collaborators Bruna Papandrea and David E. Kelley. Pictured is Nicole and Bruna

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