Nicole Kidman reveals her daughter wants to appear on The Voice

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Nicole Kidman has revealed that her daughter Sunday Rose wants to be a singer. The actress, who is married to American Idol judge Keith Urban, said that the six-year-old has already expressed her wish to appear on The Voice Kids in Australia.

Speaking at the American Idol finale red carpet on Thursday, Keith gave a resounding yes when asked if he would encourage their daughters to appear on a music reality show. However Nicole was more hesitant, telling Extra's Australian host Renne Bargh: "We're divided! I'd be devastated if they didn't get through. Our daughter always wanted to go on The Voice Kids.

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Nicole Kidman said her daughter Sunday Rose wants to be a singer

"And I was like, 'but baby what if the chair didn't turn around?' She said 'I'd be fine'. But she wouldn't, so… You want to protect them but have them follow their dreams."

However Keith insisted: "You've got to expose them to the real things in life right?"

It is not the first time Nicole has opened up about her daughter's career ambitions. The Oscar-winning actress previously told People that she doesn't think either Sunday Rose or her four-year-old sister Faith Margaret have any ambition to follow in her footsteps.

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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have mixed opinions about their daughter's ambition

"I think they would actually run the other way!" Nicole said when asked if the girls had an interest in acting. "[Acting] was just my desire and my motivation, and I don't see that in Sunday or Faith. They're like, 'Nope, we're not interested.'"

Nicole, who also has two adopted children called Conor and Isabella from her 11-year marriage to Tom Cruise, added that she has already heard Sunday Rose voice her desire for a multitude of other careers.

"Sunday wants to be a vet right now," she said. "And a party planner. Then she says she wants to be a stay-at-home mom and have eight children. I think that's her way of saying to me, 'Stay at home!'"

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