Standard moving morphable component (MMC)-based topology optimization methods use free components with explicitly geometrical parameters as design units to obtain the optimal structural topology by moving, deforming, and covering such components. In this study, we intend to present a method for geometrically nonlinear explicit topology optimization using moving wide-Bézier components with constrained ends. Not only can the method efficiently avoid the convergence issues associated with nonlinear structural response analysis, but it can also alleviate the component disconnection issues associated with the standard MMC-based topology optimization methods. The numerical investigations proposed in this work indicate that the proposed method allows us to obtain results in accordance with the current literature with a more stable optimization process. In addition, the proposed method can easily achieve minimum length scale control without adding constraints.