Speaking at the Grammy Awards, Keith Urban revealed his five-year-old daughter Sunday is obsessed with the word ''weird''.
Keith Urban's daughter Sunday is obsessed with the word ''weird''.
The country musician and his wife Nicole Kidman have two daughters, five-year-old Sunday and Faith, three, together and every week their kids do something to surprise him and they pick up new words which they can't stop using.
Speaking at the Grammy Awards last night (26.01.14), he said: ''Every week there's something new going on. There's a new move. There's a new word in their vocabulary. Right now for Sunday, everything's 'that's weird.' ''
Keith, 46, can understand why Sunday has latched onto that word, adding: ''Everything's weird for a five-year-old ... sometimes she's right!''
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