Keith Urbain contributes to the woman Nicole kidmanthe show, Nine perfect strangers, as a song.
In the final episode of the hit Hulu series, fans can hear Keith’s new song, “Crimson Blue”. Stepping away from its country sound, the serene track features soft acoustic guitar and choral vocals as Keith sings, “We go back to the stars we were made of / We all find our own way / In the end we will see, we have never been alone.
To celebrate the song’s release, the superstar singer created his own concoction “Crimson Blue”, a parody of the drug-filled smoothies made at Tranquillum, the health and wellness center run by Kidman’s character, Masha.
In a videoKeith shows us how to make the recipe, which includes blue milk from “a very sad cow,” he jokes, as well as blueberries, a “micro amount” of blue cheese and bananas. âThese are special bananas from Tranquillum. It’s a wonderful seaside resort that we’ve heard about, âhe jokes.
Nicole makes a subtle appearance, crouching behind her husband in a white dress, adding a few drops of a red liquid to the mixture for a crimson touch. âRelax,â she told him.
The last episode of Nine Perfect Strangers airs on Hulu Wednesday.
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