Nicole Kidman in Altuzarra at “Grace of Monaco” Photo Call

Posted on May 14, 2014

We’re confused. Why is she dressed up like Samantha Stevens for her Grace Kelly movie when she didn’t dress up like Samantha Stevens for her Bewitched movie?

Nicole-Kidman-Altuzarra-Grace-Monaco-Phot-Call-Cannes-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Nicole Kidman attends “Grace of Monaco” photo call during Cannes Film Festival 2014 in Altuzarra.

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She looks like she’s wearing an Elizabeth Montgomery mask. Nic. Please give it a rest, hon.

The dress is more interesting than you’d expect a simple white dress to be. We like the outfit. It’s perfect for her, if a little prissy. The only thing that bugs is the sleeve design.



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  • MilaXX

    I like the outfit, That’s all I got.

  • HomeOfficeGirl

    Oh dear.
    My eyes are twitching in sympathy.

    • Kent Roby

      Meanwhile, her eyes haven’t twitched in years.

      • YoungSally

        It looks like she is trying REALLY HARD in the bottom photo — you can see the muscles around her eyes just bulging as they move for the first time in years

      • HomeOfficeGirl

        oh no! lol!

      • holla

        I was wondering what the deal was with her eyes.

        • lilazander

          Her eyes? Her WHOLE face scares the shit out of me…

          • Ali2044

            She looks permanently surprised.

          • lilazander

            ..if only..

  • Scimommy

    I’m starting to get a little worried about what her face will look like in a few years. Afraid she is going full on Joan Rivers. On the bright side, the dress is interesting, if colorless, and I love the shoes.

    • J. Preposterice

      Yeah. It’s distressing to me how plastic she looks. I understand Hollywood really really pressures actresses to look young, but fallout like this just makes me sad.

      • ktr33

        But the irony is, no one would cast her as “young,” anyway. So what is she supposed to look like? I mean, how many movies about women who have too much plastic surgery can Hollywood make to keep these celebs in paychecks?

      • Beardslee

        I just saw her in The Railway Man, which I highly recommend. She plays a normal looking woman in frumpy 80’s fashion and bad hair and she looks lovely, especially in the closeups. I’m sorry she felt the need to do this to herself.

        • cocohall

          I just saw the movie this weekend and totally agree. She did look lovely. I thought THIS is the Nicole we want to see; not the Nicole by Barbie from Mattel.

    • Julie Ree

      Channeling the Stepford Wives at your Grace Kelly movie is not a good way to go. I am with you on the Joan Rivers threat.

    • j_am

      100% agree. I can’t even focus on the dress.

    • murt

      I know…. she’s already looking a bit Joan Rivers now.

  • quiltrx

    She can’t put that right eyebrow down, can she? I wish she’d stop with whatever ‘refreshing’ is going on.
    I really like the shoes, and that’s a nice enough dress.

    • Funkykatt

      She does look stretched in the face.

      • makeityourself

        I think “inflated,” as opposed to stretched.

        • Funkykatt


  • melanie0866

    She’s starting to look like Priscilla Presley. Bless her heart.

    • 3boysful

      THAT should have her running screaming away from the dermatologist/plastic surgeon/botox boutique.

  • Counterpoint

    Getting old is no fun, that’s all I can think of. Oh, and a nice dress.

    • Scimommy

      Maybe she needs to switch from the Everyone Wants to Do Me to Everyone Wants to Be Me mentality. Perhaps then she’ll ease up on her face a bit.

    • Sarah

      SHE IS ONLY FORTY SIX. Why on earth does she seem to be treating her body like she’s on the verge of veritable crone-hood?

      • Ouch — and I was thinking she must be in her 50s, to be reacting like this. It’s a sad comparison to Sandra Bullock, who is three years older than Nicole but looks so much younger. (Man, I loved those two in Practical Magic.)

        • Sarah

          This is what I thought. Like, must be pushing sixty. (Not that that is any kind of excuse).

        • Aurumgirl

          I don’t know anyone in her 50’s who looks as old as this! And that includes me.

      • Kristin

        Wait, WHAT? I thought Nicole Kidman was well past 50. Maybe nearing 60. She only has a decade on me? What fresh hell is this?? I suddenly feel very, very sad. F*ck misogyny.

      • what not

        In Hollywood, 46 is crone-hood. Photos like these make me so glad I’m not a celebrity!

        • Sarah

          I beg to differ, my friend.

          Julianna Margulies: 47
          Salma Hayek: 47
          Halle Berry: 47
          Sandra Bullock: 49
          Julianne Moore: 53
          Angela Bassett: 55

          Nary a crone amongst them.

          • ShaoLinKitten

            Nice list, and they all look amazing. I am astounded that Sandra Bullock is almost 50.

          • julesj

            Bullock hasn’t moved her face in years. Not sure that is a good thing that she doesn’t look her age.

          • what not

            It’s true, they’re all doing quite well. I do think H-wood is a rough place for a woman beyond ingenue age, but we are seeing certain actresses in romantic, comic, and power roles, not yet being cast as grandmothers. Salma Hayek is still seen as a bombshell!

          • Sarah

            In the case of Nic, I think it’s all about perception of self, or at least that’s what I meant about treating her body like she is afraid of aging. If she had not been fearful, she might’ve come out looking younger, or at least her age, which is far from elderly.

          • what not

            I agree, and I think the public allows for at least a little more visible aging than she’s allowing herself.

          • “If she had not been fearful” — I’m in favor of not putting the blame solely on her. Who knows whom she might have had close to her putting her down, telling her she’d be over in a few years if she didn’t get these procedures done.

          • Sarah

            Good point.

  • MoHub

    The makeup is frightening. Less of a problem with the Elizabeth Montgomery mask idea than the mask vibe in an of itself.

  • Constant Reader

    I tend to like prissy outfits and this one is no exception. I wish the sleeves were a little less tricky and that she’d leave her beautiful face alone, though.

  • kimmeister

    Are those slashes by her hips supposed to be faux pockets? So random. More bothersome to me than the sleeve design.

  • lunchcoma

    I like the dress and don’t mind the shoes, but I don’t enjoy the look as a whole. I think the problem might be the hair? If she’d gone with something sleeker, I think it would have seemed more like a reinterpretation of retro looks and less like she was going to a costume party.

    • ktr33

      horribly puffy hair

  • Pepper Collins

    I like the outfit. Just not on her.

  • Ashleigh

    Why does she bug me so much. I realize my comment has nothing to do with fashion, but I can’t get past the snarky looks on her face to even look at the fashion. Maybe she CAN’T make a normal face any more…it all seems very Stepfordy.

    • ktr33

      I sincerely believe she canNOT make a normal face anymore.

      • I met someone who ran into her in a Starbucks — he was a big fan of her, told her so, bought her coffee, but he sighed to me, “And that face was not budging an inch.”

        • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

          That is sad. And unhealthy in the long run, no?

  • Lex

    I just hate her brassy dyed blonde hair. Her natural red is SO lovely yet she insists on this horrible blond color that drains her face of any color.

    • J. Preposterice

      if my mother’s head is any indication, it’s very difficult to get red dye to behave itself on gray hair. (Thank you, mom, for finally giving up and just going with your natural gray. It’s so much less peculiar-looking.)

      • Lex

        Interesting! I had no idea. Then maybe she should go brunette assuming that’s a viable option for greying redheads? I still think the blonde clashes with her skin tone and washes her out. Like you said: peculiar-looking 🙂

        • J. Preposterice

          I don’t know how well brunette works, but I’m not sure it could be worse for her than the blond! I have seen a kind of faded-strawberry look on some older natural-strawberry-blonds, and that’s super lovely and seems more reliable than trying to go all the way back to one’s youthful shade — but maybe Nicole is worried it would age her too much?

        • caroline

          Well, if she has some of her red hair left, the combination is a near-impossible challenge to color. Red hair is notorious for taking color totally differently than any other color. Combined with the gray, and even with all the help in the world, she still may end up a touch brassy. Pity, though.

      • amanda siegelson

        are you saying that for natural redheads it’s hard to get red dye to stick to gray? because i’m a fifty+ girl, and i just did my millionth red dye job this morning – and it covers it all.
        but my natural colour is brown.

        • J. Preposterice

          that’s sort of what I am saying, I suppose. My mom is a natural redhead, and her hair takes dye…interestingly. When she tried to dye her gray to her natural color, it always ended up REALLY REALLY FAKE RED, and then faded very quickly, leaving her hair a strange brassy shade. Whether that’s because of the reds she picked, or because red-hair-gone-gray is different than other-hair-gone-gray (gray in general takes color differently). I haven’t yet started going gray myself, but I’m a little nervous at what will happen when I do (I, uh, dye my hair blue, so I’m not worried about the fake….)

  • alyce1213

    I wish the sleeves weren’t slashed and the long belt is just kind of hanging there, but it’s okay.
    I’ve been reading news from Cannes and boy, are they getting flak for this movie. It was a very bad idea to begin with.

    • Anna

      According to the BBC, people were laughing during the screening.

      • lbl

        I think the CannesFF is know for its dramatics.

        • alyce1213

          Oh yeah. It’s always fun to see what major controversy/outrage comes up from year to year.

      • alyce1213

        And booing.

        • Anna

          My favourite snarky review was The Guardian, which said that the movie was a “104 minute Chanel ad, only without the subtlety and depth,” and that viewers will need medical attention from cringeing so much.

          • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour


          • Anna

            The movie has been universally panned, it seems, but that one had me laughing out loud.

    • 3boysful

      THe sleeves help make it all just a tad too overdesigned. It looks like it’s tricky to wear.

  • Karen Belgrad

    I’m concerned about her morphing into Jocelyn Wildenstein…

    As for the dress, it’s pulling too much across the bust and the arm slit looks like she went Bruce Banner on the dress….

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      She’s starting to look like Bruce Jenner in the face.

      • 3boysful


  • Sarah

    I wish the dress had cap sleeves instead. And that her shoes were metallic, maybe. And that somehow Agnes Moorehead was in the pics, because: love.

  • deelup

    Looks like Kylie now. Have we ever seen a pic of them together?

  • Anna

    Jesus. If this is the result you get after spending all that money on something that’s SUPPOSED to make you look better, I’ll just stick to ageing, thanks.

    Outfit is perfectly suited to her though and I like the jewellery.

    • BayTampaBay

      Anna, I will never have work done on my face unless the Doctor who worked on Linda “Sue Ellen Ewing” Gray agrees to do the work. Linda Gray is 70+ years old and looks great. Fellow BKs, please find the name of her doctor and give it to me.

      • alyce1213

        I won’t either, BUT . . . if Jane Fonda’s surgeon came knocking at my door, I’d let the good doctor in.

        • Anna

          I feel the same about whoever’s helping Catherine Deneuve!

          • alyce1213

            “Helping” is a good euphemism.

        • BayTampaBay

          I think she had her work done in Atlanta. I’d visit Jane’s surgeon! No problem!

          • DaringMiss

            I want whomever did Uma Thurman’s first refresh! She looked like herself, just a little better.

        • Laylalola

          Julianne Moore is 53. That’s not a typo.

      • Anna

        I’m actually not opposed to anyone doing what they choose to their faces or bodies in the cosmetic procedures realm if it will make them happy or help them to feel better about themselves. But how could anyone be happy with THIS. THIS is the end result. REALLY?!

        • BayTampaBay

          It must be horrible to be THAT afraid of aging.

          • Anna

            Agreed, I understand her business is her looks, but a large part of her business also involves making expressions with her face. It’s a cliched saying, but it’s true: Meryl, Helen, Judi et al look their age and yet also look younger to me than Nicole does.


          • Anna

            Yes, you’re right! I just assumed Nicole was older.

          • littlemac8

            I just saw The Railway Man. Colin Firth gave a wonderful performance. Nicole was his love interest. She can’t really act without facial expressions and she had not one wrinkle on her face. I thought she looked truly inhuman or as not really suitable for any part.

    • MoHub

      I’m 62 and perfectly comfortable looking like it.

  • Judy_J

    Her face does look like an Elizabeth Montgomery mask, the plastic kind you got with a boxed costume at the five and dime. I see nothing of Princess Grace here at all.

  • BayTampaBay

    Love the shoes but I think the dress looks better on the model.

  • @Biting Panda

    I have concerns. And the sads.
    Also, an appreciation, that while life may give you fame and fortune, it can come at the high cost of sanity and self love.
    Really hate those shoes.

    • World of Sass

      Well said.

      • Vox

        If you want to be ableist as all hell, sure.

    • Very well said. Might save that quote. (The middle part, not the “Really hate those shoes” part.)

      • Carleenml

        aww, I think that’s what makes it a poem. Keep it in.

      • Vox

        Not really. More “insultingly ableist” than well-said.

    • Vox

      That comment is disgustingly ableist.

      • No it’s not. Don’t bring your shit here.

      • @Biting Panda

        “I do not think that word means what you think it means.”

      • World of Sass

        Pray tell, what is the disability against which that comment is discriminating? Because that is what “ableist” means, to discriminate against individuals with disabilities. Merriam-Webster has a fantastic app that you can download onto your phone, for the purpose of looking up words before you use them incorrectly.

  • I don’t get that one pose—does she think that casting her eyes downward and posing all prissy is how one channels Grace Kelly? Or is she actually praying that nobody notices her face transplant? Holy Hannah, that is quite the perversion of her naturally gorgeous looks. Also: those shoes don’t look good with the dress, but only because they’re white. How about the same shoes in a light pastel, or matte metallic? Nothing too bright, nothing black.

  • AlexisPayne

    I really feel like she should deploy bangs on the regular.
    The second to last shot is stunning.

    • Sarah

      I cut bangs last year, and it did wonders for my youthful appearance, and the hiding of a less-than perfect forehead for FREE without jacking it full of chemicals.

      • zenobar

        <—(nods sagely)

  • SewingSiren


    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      Let it go…Oh wait, she can’t.

  • Spicytomato1

    Love the dress and the shoes and the jewelry. And something about the grey gloves on the model is striking to me. But “mask” is an apt description of her face, holy cow. And ironically, I think this might be the oldest she’s ever looked.

  • Susan Collier

    I love the dress. Really love it.
    Now this isn’t fashion-related, but she needs to relax on the face thing. Her head is very distracting.

  • lbl

    I agree about the sleeves, and also think the shoes are too much for such a simple dress.

  • R.A.

    Did anyone read this excellent blog post that was written after Kim Novak presented at the Oscars? I thought the author hit the nail on the head. I don’t think that I can post the link here but if you Google “Let’s Talk About Kim Novak” you’ll find it on the “Self-Styled Siren”‘s blog. I think of it every time I see an actress with a face full of injections.

    • Thank you so much for recommending that! Best article I’ve read in ages about the horrors and misogyny of Hollywood and beauty culture.

    • FibonacciSequins

      Good blog post. The pressure to appear eternally youthful is hard enough to endure for the average woman. I can’t imagine how it feels for women whose face is literally their fortune, and about whom the public feels entitled to judge – and judge harshly.

  • Carla_Charlton

    Between all the straps on the shoes and all the slits, ties, pleats on the dress, there is WAY too much going on with this. And I’m really sad about her face.

    • Lori

      I don’t like the sleeve detail at all and I think a simpler shoe would have worked better, because you’re right that there’s a too much going on with this. I won’t comment too much on the face, but I do wish she didn’t feel like she needed to do anything to it.

  • NMMagpie

    Ms. Kidman remains a beautiful woman but in these shots, I cannot help but think of one of my aunts who always wore so much powder, she never had a normal skin tone. If those red lips were even slightly chapped, she would be my aunt, spot-on.

  • Yoshio

    Compare and contrast with Ms. Blanchett…Ms. Kidman definitely loses and she needn’t if she would only ease up on the face work

    • Spicytomato1

      Yes, wow, I think they are about the same age and while Cate looks dewy and radiant and real, Nic sadly looks anything but.

      • Yoshio

        According to bios (taken with the usual grain/shaker of salt) they are 45 (Ms. B) and 46 (Ms. K) so essentially the same age. Maybe it’s a case of one was always interesting/handsome and the other pretty/beautiful – hence the different approaches to aging.

  • majorbedhead

    Oof. Is it botox that makes her face look kind of lumpy and bumpy? She really needs to just stop with the whatever it is she’s doing to herself. Just age gracefully. Take a page out of Helen Mirren’s book (or any of the other grande dames, really) and just age.

    I’m not sure what I feel about the dress. It’s fine. Nothing earth shattering. Just fine.

    • schadenfreudelicious

      It’s more likely to be filler that is causing the lumpy/bumpy look, along with the lips..…botox is responsible for the rest

  • Qitkat

    I was gobsmacked by Nicole Kidman’s as Virginia Woolf in The Hours; what she has done to herself in the interim, it’s no wonder the Royal Family of Monaco is distancing themselves from this film. What a sad turn of events.

  • mommyca

    Holy crap that face!

  • Danielle

    “Mask” is right. The shoes are adorable.

  • ktr33

    Also like the dress and agree about the sleeves. And I would be ok with those shoes minus just one strap, the one right across the ankle. But oh no, her beautiful face. Heading towards Joker from Batman territory.

  • World of Sass

    Is it me, or does it look like she took a thick eyebrow pencil to her hairline?

  • Carleenml

    Love the dress. Bored with my own words about the rest.

  • Tanya Wade

    Where’s Endora to give some tough love advice? Nice shoes, though.

  • decormaven

    Searchng for something positive here, and can’t find it. Visible side zipper bugs.

  • “when she didn’t dress up like Samantha Stevens for her Bewitched movie?”

    I would buy a T.Lo burn book because this? Is genius.

  • mjude

    what is up with her “base” makeup. it looks like the roaring 20’s kind. I do like the look but nic you don’t have to do that to yourself.

    • GorgeousThings

      And her forehead looks positively lumpy! At first I thought it was lighting, but it’s in a couple of shots.

      • mjude

        you are so right!

  • Imasewsure

    I’m ignoring her face (because I decided to do this long ago) but it’s the shoes and especially the helmet hair that I don’t like here. The dress is actually very nice. It would be a great go-to dress for a lot of women (aka starlets who can afford it or get it free)

  • Shelby

    I like her hair. But her face gets scarier and scarier every time I see her. Which makes me feel AWFUL for saying because I hate discussing people’s bodies and her face could be so pretty if allowed to age gracefully….

    • FibonacciSequins

      She’s so beautiful, and I hate criticizing faces and bodies too – but it’s distressing to see what she’s doing to herself.

      On the positive tip, I love her dress and shoes here.

    • Vox

      If it makes you feel awful for saying it, maybe that’s a hint you shouldn’t be saying it.
      It’s unnecessary, it’s rude, it’s obnoxious, and it’s bugger all to do with you anyway.

      • Shut up. It’s not your job to tell people how to comment here. It’s mine.

  • Fuchsiaforever

    OMG! She’s starting to resemble the Ukrainian human Barbie! Heeysooschreesto!

  • Janet B

    Girl, that’s not your hair color.

  • Loladog10

    I’m sorry, I feel for her and I loved loved loved her in Moulin Rouge. But the first thing that pops to mind isn’t “nice dress.” It’s “Botox!” As in way beaucoups botox.

  • crash1212

    Cute dress. Excellent shoes. Truly awful head.

  • Her makeup artist was apparently not expecting daylight.

  • Valdri8

    There is not a snowball’s chance in hell that she could make her nose do the Samantha wiggle. There is not one muscle in working order on her entire face.

    She is so beautiful; what a tragedy. She DOES look all Priscilla Presley

  • Kane

    With all those synthetic implants & artificial injectables, it’s more like “Grace of Monaco, Face by Conoco.”

    • vitaminC

      That is some first-rate shade throwing right there. Is the library open?

  • Sly

    I have decided to hold off on any judgement until I have concrete proof of any work being done to her face. I can look at pictures from years ago to compare and such, but for all we know she may look like this right now because of, makeup, lighting, or some “natural problems” I don’t like judging anyone based on body or face, I’ll judge their clothes and accessories for sure, but never their bodies, because I have no idea whats going on behind closed doors.
    I feel like saying she should stop using botox, she should age naturally is almost like telling someone who is healthy but might have a bit of fat on them not to work out and get muscular since they are fine the way they are. If it makes her/them feel good about themselves then so be it.

    • Vox

      Good response. Seems few share it and prefer to leap to conclusions and insult others for personal choices.

  • DagnyReardon

    Love the dress. But not a fan of plastic face.

  • Jacqueline Wessel

    I don’t know … that dress looks very straight-jacket to me, and on my monitor the whites don’t match. That hair is very Bewitched, though.

  • msjin

    Stop the Botox!

  • BrooklynBomber

    Scary how Samantha Stevens she looks!

    • Shawn EH

      If only she’d actually tried this for that horrible film!

      • BrooklynBomber

        That was unfortunate.

  • snarkykitten

    Woahhhh what happened to her face? The dress looks very good on her though!

  • Betsy

    That demure pose? (2nd from end) Totes fake. Nothing *demure* about Nic. Sorry. Ain’t buying it.

  • schadenfreudelicious

    the actress formerly known as Nicole Kidman….

  • Skippymom1

    Her face scares me. Love the dress and from the neck down, shoes included, it looks lovely.

  • CatherineRhodes

    She’s shot through with botox to the point she can’t move a muscle on her face. And the plump lips, tragic.

  • MaryMcClelland

    I can’t even focus on the dress I’m so worked up about her face. Why is she doing this to herself – it looks painful!

  • This is making me so sad for her. Man, Hollywood sure can wreak havoc with self esteem, eh?

  • Mr. J.

    Is she headed for Agnes Moorehead roles? “Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte”?

  • Henry Maler

    I thought we all agreed to never discuss the Bewitched movie?

  • Laylalola

    Oh this is devastating.

  • Trickytrisha

    Lumpy, puffy, and just plain sad. Such a beautiful woman who is gradually turning herself into a wax doll. She’s so nicely styled (well, maybe not the hair), the dress is lovely, but none of that can pull attention from that tortured face.

    • Lisalady161

      It makes me so sad to see her doing this to herself. One of the greatest beauties of her generation, too.

  • Man Dala

    The dress is nice but it looks so whitewashed on her, with that pale skin she needs a bit of contrast. Her face looks slightly distorted to be identical to that of her wax figure in the Madame Tussauds Museum of Wax.

  • macwell

    Awww Nicole…..:(

  • Alfred Cox

    Very cute. Those sleeves are not her friend. But very very cute and very Nicole Kidman in that its chic, but practical. Very much in the Kidman Aussie Strong mold.

  • VioletFem

    I don’t think that I will ever like sleeve cutouts.

  • kim bunchalastnames

    the shoes are fabulous, though.

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    Could NIcole being giving off the Elizabeth Montgomery vibe any stronger? I half expect her nose to twitch and banish anyone who displeased her.

  • gitchygitchymama

    She was never the same after Tommygirl…….Her face hurts just looking at it.

  • ellisd123

    WHAT is going on with that makeup?!

  • SophieCollier

    Her face is starting to look a little alien.

  • Chin implant?

    • mcbishop

      OMG–you nailed it! This is just sickening. A really lovely woman, and she’s headed for Mickey Rourke territory. Her husband and family need to intervene here. Really sad.

      • alliekat9090

        He won’t be any help . He has had almost as much bad work done as she has.

      • Laylalola

        I’m truly afraid she might have destroyed her career with this last visit to the doctor’s, a la Meg Ryan.

  • GillianHolroyd

    (catching up) I like Altuzarra but this dress has too many elements. I would’ve ditched the dangling sash and the slit in the sleeves. But most of all, I would have had it *pressed* properly. It’s a puckery mess.

  • xmixiex

    I don’t know. Maybe I’m naive but her face doesn’t look THAT crazy.

  • AnaRoW

    The sleeve design bugs me less than that split over her right boob.

  • MartyBellerMask

    It’s a beautiful dress. But I was trying to forget that the “Bewitched” movie ever happened.

  • The wrinkly belt bugs me. I don’t know why but my eyes are a’twitchin’. She really loves her forehead.

  • ItAin’tMe

    Her face. I can’t get past it.

  • JynxTheCat

    I think she looks amazing!

  • MannahattaMamma


  • Akemi

    Uuuuuugh, I just want her to look like she did in Moulin Rouge forever. I miss the red hair. And the facial expressions.

  • annmartina

    Freshly botoxed and safety pinned I see