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Keith Urban's 'Without You' Video Features Nicole Kidman

March 16, 2011, 4:09 am GMT

The Chris Hicky-directed music video reflects the Australian country music singer's life after he met and wed his wife Nicole.



Keith Urban has just debuted a music video for his latest single "Without You". The country music singer filmed it at Soundstage in Hollywood with Chris Hicky sitting behind the lens. Home movie footage including his nuptials with Nicole Kidman and their intimate moment at a beach are included as well.

"We wanted to keep the video simple by trying not to be too literal with the story and making sure we compliment the song," he said. "We had a good time making it so hopefully the fans love it, too. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone out on the road soon."

He listed "Without You" in his 2010 album "Get Closer". Talking about the track, he stated, "It was uncanny how much it was suited to my life. I think if I'd written something like this, I would have felt it wasn't poetically disguised enough. Maybe it's because I didn't write it [that] I was able to hear how authentic and truthful it is."

Keith Urban's "Without You" music video

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