Nicole Kidman bids $100,000 for Hugh Jackman’s signed hat at The Music Man

Nicole Kidman surprised audiences on Saturday when she attended Hugh Jackman's Broadway musical The Music Man for a good cause.  The Hollywood actress, 55, stunned onlookers when she bid a staggering $150,000 (US$100,000) for a signed hat Hugh wears in the show, with proceeds from the auction going to Broadway Cares.  Both pictured

Nicole Kidman shocks audience as she makes surprise appearance at The Music Man in NYC and bids $150,000 for Hugh Jackman’s signed hat

Nicole Kidman surprised audiences on Saturday when she attended Hugh Jackman’s Broadway musical The Music Man for a good cause.

The Hollywood actress, 55, stunned onlookers when she bid a staggering $150,000 (US$100,000) for a signed hat Hugh wears in the show, with proceeds from the auction going to Broadway Cares.

In footage posted to Hugh’s Instagram, Nicole is heard off camera making the jaw-dropping bid.

Nicole Kidman surprised audiences on Saturday when she attended Hugh Jackman’s Broadway musical The Music Man for a good cause. The Hollywood actress, 55, stunned onlookers when she bid a staggering $150,000 (US$100,000) for a signed hat Hugh wears in the show, with proceeds from the auction going to Broadway Cares. Both pictured

She is then seen walking down the center aisle of The Winter Garden Theatre, leaving theatregoers shocked, before approaching the stage and hugging her longtime friend to rapturous applause.

‘Nicole you are extraordinary! Your generosity is truly amazing. Thank you my friend,’ Hugh wrote the post, thanking his Australia co-star.

Hugh also shared a photo of the pair at the musical and wrote: ‘The generosity and love emanating from Nicole leaves me speechless.

‘Thank you Nic for your friendship and support!’ he added.

Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS is a nonprofit organization that provides lifesaving medications, health care, nutritious meals, counseling and emergency financial assistance to people across the United States.

In footage posted to Hugh's Instagram, Nicole is heard off camera making the jaw-dropping bid.  She is then seen walking down the center aisle of The Winter Garden Theatre, leaving theatregoers shocked, before approaching the stage and hugging her longtime friend to rapturous applause

In footage posted to Hugh’s Instagram, Nicole is heard off camera making the jaw-dropping bid. She is then seen walking down the center aisle of The Winter Garden Theatre, leaving theatregoers shocked, before approaching the stage and hugging her longtime friend to rapturous applause

It comes after it was revealed Nicole will receive a Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute next year.

The 55-year-old star, who was raised in Sydney, will be the first Australian to be awarded the prize.

Previous recipients include legendary heavyweights in world cinema like Jane Fonda, George Clooney, Robert de Niro, Al Pacino and Meryl Streep.

The prize will be presented to the The Hours Oscar winner on June 10 in a star-studded special ceremony in Los Angeles reports Variety.

It comes after it was revealed Nicole will receive a Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute next year

It comes after it was revealed Nicole will receive a Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute next year

Awarded by the AFI Board of Trustees, the Institute’s prize, next to an Oscar, is among filmdom’s highest honours.

Announcing the news to her stories, Nicole posted a glamorous picture with the caption: ‘What an honour! Thank you to the American Film Institute.

‘And to all who have been a part of this journey. Looking forward to seeing you in June.’

The prize will be presented to the The Hours Oscar winner on June 10 in a star-studded special ceremony in Los Angeles reports Variety

The prize will be presented to the The Hours Oscar winner on June 10 in a star-studded special ceremony in Los Angeles reports Variety

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