Big Little Lies was an alright show to watch for those nights that you felt like you “can’t even” but then Witherspoon, Woodley, and Kidman convinced you that you like “totes can.” Content whore Andy Cohen has a knack for making the mundane even more unbearable, so a caller asking Lenny Kravitz how he felt about his daughter working with an ex-lover on a hit show couldn’t have been more on brand. Kravitz surrounds himself with women that can either barely keep it together or barely keep their clothes on for the better part of the day. So crazy Nicole Kidman working with Zoë “I want to take my clothes off for the cover like mommy” Kravitz is pretty much a perfect match. Sure, Nicole was almost her stepmom but according to Bowling for Soup and Brandy, almost doesn’t count.
Lenny Kravitz appeared on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen” on Wednesday and opened up about his daughter, Zoë Kravitz, working on “Big Little Lies” with his ex-fiancée Nicole Kidman.
“I thought it was very interesting that they ended up on the same show, and Zoë hadn’t seen Nicole since she was younger, so it was beautiful that they got to know each other as adults and make this great show together,” Kravitz told a curious caller.
Kidman and Kravitz dated from 2002 to 2003.
“I wasn’t ready. We weren’t ready … I get engaged and I get married — that’s my thing,” Kidman said in 2007. “I don’t want to date. I’m interested in a very, very deep connection.”
Lenny is a rolling stone. He likes to love ‘em and leave ‘em. Kidman isn’t a fan of dating and wants to make a deep connection within the same amount of time it takes to make small talk. So if your second statement to her after “nice weather we’re having” isn’t along the lines of “I often think about how relatively small human existence is in comparison to this vast universe,” then forget about getting into her pants.