Nicole Kidman has emerged on the cover of a magazine flaunting incredibly jacked arms.
The 55-year-old Australian actress cut a vastly different figure in a photoshoot for Perfect magazine's third edition, which hits stands on September 1.
The Being The Ricardos star is seen wearing a tight-fitted halter-neck crop and miniskirt in the spread, with the publication honouring her with its "Perfect Icon" award.
The Oscar winner and mother-of-four was also flaunting an edgy copper wig as she flashed her biceps in a series of dynamic photos taken by Malaysian-Chinese photographer Zhong Lin.
Kidman is the magazine's inaugural winner of the Icon award, after the brand was founded by British stylist Katie Grand in 2020.
The content agency turned magazine launched the annual awards this year, comprising of 23 nods, in a bid to recognise people who are "shaping contemporary culture."
"At a time when the validity of awards ceremonies is in question, and the red-carpet spectacle of presentations is dominated by the awarding bodies and the presenters, we wanted to shift the focus back on those who we think deserve to be rewarded," Perfect said in a statement.
Kidman has been making a hobby of posing for out-there magazine covers of late, after her photoshoot for the February issue of Vanity Fair made headlines for all the wrong reasons.
The veteran Hollywood actress was seen wearing a tiny Miu Miu mini skirt and crop-top, her impressive abs on full display as she stood between two golden gates, one leg cocked.
The cover was met with instant criticism online, with some fans calling out Vanity Fair for what they alleged was excessive use of Photoshop.
Kidman later addressed the backlash in a conversation with Australian director Baz Luhrmann published by Vogue Australia, confessing she had second thoughts about the outfit after initially "begging" to wear it.
"I did walk away thinking, 'What was I thinking?! That was ridiculous! What were you doing, Nicole?!' And then I went, 'Eh, oh well!'" she said.
"Cause you know that part about me where I'm like, 'I'm just going to do what I want to do, ultimately!' And just have some fun. And just commit, like really commit when I show up, do it. But there's got to be some fun. And sometimes it's going to work, and sometimes it isn't. But I love the idea of being bold and not fitting into a box."
Kidman, who has been nominated for five Best Actress Oscars in her sprawling career, is keeping as busy as ever in Hollywood, which notoriously favours actresses in their youth.
She's gearing up to appear on the big screen in the blockbuster Aquaman sequel, which hits cinemas in 2023.
Meanwhile, she's currently in production on a number of projects, including the AppleTV+ animation Spellbound, Amazon Studios' new TV series Expats, as well as an untitled Netflix romantic comedy.