Keith Urban
Keith UrbanReuters

Keith Urban took home the award for male video of the year on Wednesday night at the CMT Music Awards, and he credited his wife Nicole Kidman for all his success.

"I want to say a massive thank you to my wife Nicole," Urban said while accepting the award. "You have no idea how much of what I do… she's involved in every little piece of it. She hates me saying this, but I want it to be said. She helps me so much making these videos what they are."

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Urban also gave a shoutout to their daughters, Sunday, 8, and Faith, 6: "To our little girls at home, Sunny and Fifi, we're going to bring you next time for sure!" he said.

The couple is surely head over heels in love with each other despite being married for over a decade. They clearly couldn't keep their hands off of each other and were spotted indulging in public display of affection on the red carpet.

Later on in the show, he gave his wife a long smooch before going to accept the award for collaborative video of the year with Carrie Underwood for The Fighter.

Kidman received another long kiss when he won the award for male video of the year as well.

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman
Keith Urban and his wife, actress Nicole Kidman, embrace each other as he accepts the CMT Social Superstar of the Year award.Reuters

Kidman opened up about her marriage to Urban in a free-wheeling chat with Vogue Australia in 2015, and called it a real love story.

"What I have now - the life I have with Keith and with my whole family - it doesn't just tumble into your lap; it's from setting my sights on it and saying: 'I so don't want to be alone, I don't want to walk this alone,' and I found that," she said.

"It is a love story, but it's a real love story. Because there are many, many things that have happened within that, and there are times when life feels so brutally real and it's just like: 'Okay, but I've just got to get back up,' and that's something I'm really interested in. That's survival," she added.