Nicole Kidman Botox Experience Was 'Unfortunate': I'm 'Completely Natural' Now, Says Star

Nicole Kidman has made a surprising admission while discussing the process of getting older recently.

While many celebrities turn toward plastic surgery, 45-year-old Kidman swore off going under the needle. However, Kidman confessed to Botox.

"No surgery for me," said the Australian actress speaking to Italian newspaper La Repubblica. "I did try Botox, unfortunately, but I got out of it and now I can finally move my face again."

Furthermore, the Oscar Award winner referred to her Botox experience as an "unfortunate move," and said she was back to being "completely natural."

"Anybody can do anything to themselves," Kidman noted. "I don't judge- but personally, I believe in being physically fit. That's how I was raised."

The "Cold Mountain" star is married to country music singer Keith Urban with whom she shares two daughters, in addition to her two children with ex-husband Tom Cruise.

Kidman has declared her surgery-free lifestyle in a previous interview with Marie Claire, stating, "To be honest, I am completely natural. I have nothing in my face or anything."

"I wear sunscreen," she continued. "I don't smoke. I take care of myself. And I'm very proud to say that."

Botox, or Botulinum toxin, is injected intravenously or intramuscularly and is intended to prevent sagging in the skin. Kidman's admission of using the wrinkle-fighting procedure arrives just weeks after Kelly Ripa's.

Co-host of the syndicated morning talk show "Live! with Kelly and Michael," Ripa was not shy about revealing the secret behind her youthful looks.

"Every seven months or so my eyelid skin rests on my eyelashes," said the 42-year-old. "So I feel like it makes my makeup artist's life easier, and it makes my eyes look a little more open on TV, which is where I happen to work right now."

Ripa also divulged that she receives regular Botox injections in her face as well as her armpits.

Meanwhile, the television personality vehemently denies ever having gone under the knife to prevent the effects of aging.