American Idol Winner Trent Harmon’s Debut Single Falling Was Written By Keith Urban… And It’s About Going Down On Nicole Kidman!

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This must have been music to her… well, you know.

Trent Harmon shocked us all when he beat out that bigot to become the final American Idol ever, but even he was surprised by his winner’s song.

Apparently, Trent only learned that his debut single Falling was actually written by Keith Urban just hours before the live finale, but it turns out he also wasn’t aware that the song was inspired by the judge’s wife Nicole Kidman.

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And by “inspired by”… we mean it’s all about Keith going to town on her downstairs!

Trent was busy promoting his debut album through Big Machine Records to Rolling Stone Country on Tuesday when he admitted he was at a loss for words the first time he listened to the track’s second verse, saying:

“We were listening to it and reading through the lyric sheet and I said, ‘Oh, wow. Cool, bro!,’ I really didn’t know what to say…”

We don’t blame him!

Hearing Keith sing “You slide your fingers through my hair and tell me ‘take it slow’ / And I know what you want / And so I go down on my knees / I’m here to please” would be off-putting to anyone

Except Nicole, of course! LOLz!!!

Ch-ch-check out Trent’s live performance of Falling during the American Idol series finale (below)!!!

[Image via PNP/Nicky Nelson/WENN.]

May 10, 2016 5:18pm PDT

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