Keith Urban, Nicole Kidman
Keith Urban is very proud of his wife, Nicole Kidman, as well as the success of her series, “Big Little Lies.” Pictured: Urban, Kidman attend the 2017 CMT Music awards at the Music City Center on June 7, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. Getty Images/Rick Diamond

Keith Urban recently celebrated the success of his concert in Camrose.

On his Instagram account, the singer shared a short video thanking his fans for singing along with him throughout the night. Urban also revealed that he and his band haven’t been to Camrose for at least five years so they were happy with the reception that they received.

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Prior to his concert, Urban spoke with the Toronto Sun about his tour schedule at the moment. “I’m liking this rhythm of touring right now, sort of do some shows go home, do some shows go home. It feels quite balanced… It’s not like we’re on the road for weeks and weeks at a time,” he said.

Since the “Blue Ain’t Your Color” singer wants to make sure that he will also have enough time for his family, Urban said that he has turned down some of the gigs that were offered to him. “The reality is – this is one of the truer phrases ever – balance is never achieved, it’s just maintained. My life goes out of balance, it just does. The only difference these days is that I can usually sense that it’s going out of balance before it does,” he said.

Meanwhile, Urban also talked about his wife, Nicole Kidman, and the latter’s successful HBO show, “Big Little Lies.” According to the former “American Idol” judge, he thinks that Kidman’s performance in “Big Little Lies” is one of her best ones to date.

“Some of the therapy scenes were just fantastic. What I love especially is it was all of them, it was all the girls that made this happen. This wasn’t a project that got brought to Nic or Reese Witherspoon. This was them – Reese – reading the book, Nic getting on a plane and flying to Australia to meet author Liane Moriarty and seeing if they can get their support in securing the rights in getting it made into a series,” he explained.

As of late, there are still talks about a possible Season 2 for “Big Little Lies.” Kidman and Moriarty already claimed that new storylines are being written for future episodes, but also said that nothing has been finalized.