NICOLE KIDMAN had best call some dress designers.
With her second Hollywood award nomination in two days - joining husband Keith Urban, Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts and composer Johnny Klimek as Australians up for Golden Globes - the Moulin Rouge star has emerged as an Oscars contender.
Recognised ... Nicole Kidman in The Paperboy.
Kidman was nominated for two Golden Globes, in fact - for her sex-crazed role in The Paperboy and for playing an adventurous journalist in the TV drama Hemingway & Gellhorn.
Urban was nominated for best original song for For You from Act of Valor.
Jackman is up for best actor in a comedy or musical for playing the reformed prisoner Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, while Watts was recognised for her role as a tsunami survivor in The Impossible.
Klimek, whose films have included Swimming Upstream, Tomorrow , When the War Began and I, Frankenstein, was nominated for the Cloud Atlas score.
While the Golden Globes are a questionable pointer to the Oscars - noted Hollywood commentator Nikki Finke called them ''a completely meaningless awards show from a scandal-riddled organisation'' - Kidman's nomination at both the Screen Actors Guild Awards and Golden Globes for The Paperboy suggests she could join Jackman and possibly Watts at the Oscars.
''The most rewarding gift for me as a songwriter, is knowing that the song has somehow made a connection,'' Urban said.
''To wake up to this news, as well as to Nic's two nominations, is absolutely beautiful. What a way to start the day''
The Globes' best motion picture drama nominees are Argo, Django Unchained, Life of Pi, Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty.
The contenders for best motion picture comedy or musical are The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Les Miserables, Moonrise Kingdom, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and Silver Linings Playbook.