It doesn’t get much sweeter than this, y’all.
Country crooner Keith Urban is nothing if not sensitive.
So much so, that the 50-year-old singer made headlines back in 2016 for an emotional interview with Rolling Stone where he admitted to crying once a month.
“When I haven’t cried in a while, I can tell I get pent-up,” he revealed at the time. “Then maybe once a month I have a good cry, one big avalanche of a torrential downpour, and I feel amazing for weeks afterward. The streets are cleaned, the skies are blue, there’s no humidity and it’s beautiful.”
In a recent conversation with Andrew Denton on his show, Interview, Entertainment Tonight reports that Urban elaborated on exactly what kinds of things have him running for the tissues.
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"Oh, anything," he shared. "[It's] accumulative, accumulative things that didn't really warrant a cry at the time, and they add up, you know."
"I mean, little things, the passing of time, kids growing up, the loss of friends, loved ones for all manner of reasons— all of it," he continued.
Urban, who shares two daughters—10-year-old Sunday and 7-year-old Faith—with his Oscar-winning wife of 12 years, Nicole Kidman, also discussed his struggle with addiction and his long road to recovery.
"My wife put an intervention together and it was … it was divine," he recalled of going to rehab and finally getting sober in 2006. "I mean, 'divine intervention,' but it's true, it really was. It was love in action and the timing was absolutely divine."