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Nicole Kidman Is Not Letting Dolly Parton Take Her Man, Keith Urban 

Nicole Kidman Warns Dolly Parton: “Don’t Take My Man”

It seems like there’s no slowing down for Dolly Parton as she adds a new title to her iconic resume – a pâtissier.

The country superstar shared the sweet news with her fans, revealing that she has teamed up with Duncan Hines to launch a limited edition cake and frosting mix line. These sweet treats are inspired by her Tennessee upbringing, including her all-time favorite Southern coconut and banana-flavored cake mixes.

Pretty sure fans are beyond thrilled with this collaboration! However, Parton revealed something that had Nicole Kidman’s ear ringing.

If She Could Choose One Artist To Bake And Sing A Duet, Who Would It Be?

Dolly Parton graced Good Morning America early this year to promote her collaboration with Duncan Hines, which hit grocery stores and mass retailers starting last March. She was then asked if she could choose one artist to bake and sing a duet with, who would it be – to which the “Jolene” singer gamely answered.

After laughingly saying that she’d go for any good-looking one, Parton responded that she would love to do it with Keith Urban. “I’ve always thought that he was one of the most talented and cutest guys in the world,” she said.

Of course, she made it clear that she’s not hitting on the country heartthrob; after all, his wife is none other than Nicole Kidman – “who could beat that, she’s Jolene,” Parton said. The country legend went on praising Urban, even revealing that the crooner reminds her of her brothers and own family back home. Despite coming from Australia, Parton feels “our mountain southern people” radiating from Urban.

Meanwhile, Urban – who used to sing Parton’s song as a kid – took to social media to express his gratitude. He said he felt so honored for the things Parton said. “I definitely will have a cake with you!” he said.

However, Kidman has other thoughts in mind – joining her husband into the frame, saying, “I’ll bake the cake…but don’t take my man.” And it definitely got Urban smiling from ear to ear.

Well, Parton and Urban can always let Kidman sit over and listen to the two talented singers sing. What do you think?

You can check the interview clip and Nicole’s warning in the video shared by Keith below.

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