Charlize Theron honors Nicole Kidman at Elle USA Women in Hollywood do

Charlize Theron honors Nicole Kidman at Elle USA Women in Hollywood do

-Charlize Theron took to Instagram to share a shout-out to fellow actress, Nicole Kidman

- Theron presented Kidman with an award at the Elle USA Women in Hollywood Awards

- Theron, Kidman and Margot Robbie star in an upcoming documentary film titled, Bombshell

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It's great to see celebs lift each other up, especially in Hollywood. So when Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie had the honour of presenting an award to fellow actress, Nicole Kidman, at the Elle USA Women in Hollywood Awards, it was really good to see their friendship exalted on stage.

The Mzansi-born actress, Theron, also took to Instagram to share a shout out to her colleague, Kidman, who also stars alongside her in the upcoming film, Bombshell. The two play high-profile roles as former Fox News hosts.

Charlize wrote: "Last night @margotrobbie and I got to present the @elleusa Women in Hollywood Award to one of the greatest and most deserving people I know, @nicolekidman. Nic, I can’t tell you enough how much I love and adore you. You are truly the heart of our threesome. Tell Keith thanks again for letting us steal you away."

Theron's post received 132k views and more than 644 comments. Many of her followers commented how all three moment were extremely talented, and how inspiring it was to see women supporting women .

Here are a few comments from the actress' post:

bateskatherine: "Wonderful women."
itspamelapf: "This is awesome."
llint_: "I can tell you are a very sensitive and genuine person, I stan, love ya Charlize!"
damondk10: "You three together .
brunalouisex: "Best friendship ever."
badgiiirljuju: "Support your girls."
alexandria.faith: "Women supporting women is EVERYTHING I like to see. ❤️"

According to independent.co.uk, the film documents the sexual harassment allegations made against Roger Ailes, Fox News' former chairman and CEO, in 2016.

Theron plays Megyn Kelly, a former Fox News star who later moved on to NBC (before being fired in October, 2018), while Kidman plays Gretchen Carlson, who filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Ailes.

Ailes died in May 2017 and the lawsuit was settled.

The film beings with Carlson’s allegations and depicts the repercussions on the network as well as it’s employees, who must choose which side to stand on.

Margot Robbie plays Kayla Pospisil, a fictional character who is a junior Fox News employee, while John Lithgow plays Ailes.

The film will be released in December.

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Meanwhile, yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that Charlize Theron grew up in South Africa during the time of apartheid and admits that it benefited her as a white woman. White privilege is a touchy subject that has caused many heated debates. Apartheid made people of colour suffer and allowed white people to flourish.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Theron spoke out on white privilege during a conversation with David Oyelowo at an annual fundraiser to support educational and health initiatives for Nigerian children, according to a Variety report.

The Oscar-winning actress admitted that she had benefited from apartheid by means of white privilege but she’s using it to help those who didn’t.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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