Combo photo shows Melissa McCarthy and Nicole Kidman.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Hollywood actress Melissa McCarthy speaks about actress Nicole Kidman and praises her in a very unusual style.
In an interview with a section of the media, McCarthy mentioned that although she hasn’t worked with Kidman, she happened to meet her and she found her weird.
McCarthy quickly followed up her weird comment by saying she (Kidman) was also wonderful.
"I've met Nicole but I've not worked with her and there's something so regal about her. You expect her to be like, 'Hello, I'm Nicole Kidman.' But as you get to know her and you're like, 'She's weird!' She's like a wonderful weirdo," McCarthy said while talking about the actress on the "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", reports a section of the media.
Kidman went on to praise her other "Nine Perfect Strangers" co-stars.
"It is such a good group, and everyone's so weird, which is always like my favourite when you find it."
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