Hey Nicole, may I rock you?

Kidman Says Heart Stays Loving Toward Cruise
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Actress Nicole Kidman shared her Oscar victory last month with ex-husband Tom Cruise, phoning him in New Zealand shortly after taking the best actress award for her performance in “The Hours.”
“Your heart has to stay loving,” Kidman told People magazine in an interview published on Thursday.
“It was so important for me to talk to Connor (her son) and yes, to Tom. We have very different lives now, but as I’ve said to Tom, I will be there for him for the rest of his life, always there,” she said. Kidman and Cruise’s 10 year marriage ended in 2001 in a bitter divorce.
Kidman now calls herself “very single” and she denied tabloid newspaper rumors about a romance with British actor Jude Law, her co-star in the upcoming movie “Cold Mountain.”
“He’s wonderful man and a good friend of mine, but there was no affair. We spent seven months shooting and it’s an intense love story so we were waiting for that. They did it with Ewan McGregor too, on ‘Moulin Rouge’,” she said.
The flame-haired actress said her life was missing a big part of what it takes to be complete. “I want someone who says, ‘I will stand by you and be there for you and your life is just as important to me as mine.
“No, I don’t ‘go out’ really. I’m not someone who just says ‘Oh yeah, this is silly and light and fun.’ I like to be in love. Nothing casual. I’m not interested in casual.
“I’m waiting for someone to come rock my world,” she said.