Keith Urban, who is married to Nicole Kidman, looked enchanted by Eiza González at the Met Gala on Monday night.

The 34-year-old Mexican actor seemed to catch Urban’s eye as she amazed everyone at the New York City event.

At the same time, Urban, who was taking pictures behind her, turned around to admire her beautiful dress for a while.

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare is González’s most recent movie. She didn’t seem to notice, though, because she had her back to her.

There was a deep V-neck on her pale pink dress that showed off her chest.

A wide diamond and emerald necklace went well with her outfit.

Kidman looked beautiful in a black-and-white dress just a few steps away from her husband.

Urban looked sharp in a white bow tie and suit.

González got a lot of attention last month when she didn’t hide how beautiful she was.

Based on the Daily Mail, the star of 3 Body Problem told InStyle that she’s been turned down for parts because she was “too hot.”

“I remember being told ‘She’s too pretty for the part’ for a lot of projects. “She’s too hot for the part,” she said.

González added, “Then I’d just be like, ‘Who is Margot Robbie?'” “She’s the hottest, most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen in my life!”

Additionally, the actress said she “had an identity crisis for a very long time,” adding that she even thought about shaving her head.

It was something she asked herself, “Do I make myself less attractive?” “Do I make myself look better?” When I dress, do I not make myself too hot? When I dress, do I always cover myself?”

González told ET what he meant after getting backlash for the statements.

She said she only wanted to show how Hollywood doesn’t see Latina women as much as it does.

“That’s what I was mentioning is the Latin community has gone through so much and women specifically in Latin culture through this idea of what they are versus the reality of what they are,” González said.

And González said, “Times are changing and we’re moving forward in such a positive way” as she talked about how much she loved playing a nanophysicist in Netflix’s 3 Body Problem.

“It’s sad that it’s taken out of context because the intention is quite the opposite,” she said more.

“It’s shedding light to a thing that I think was making people think of a culture in a specific way and shedding light in a positive [way],” said González.

“But it had nothing to do with my personal experience within itself.”

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