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Entertainment Style Evolution: Jessica Chastain

02:10  11 september  2021
02:10  11 september  2021 Source:   etcanada.com

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The 35-year-old actress was one of Hollywood's best-kept secrets until major roles in The Help, The Tree of Life, and Zero Dark Thirty planted her on every red carpet from L.A. to Cannes. Find out how she cultivated her glamorous style —and yes, we're starting at the very beginning. While Chastain 's printed strapless sheath is a little too Cheetah Girls for our taste—and doesn't do her figure any favors—we're going to go ahead and applaud her beauty experimentation. Her bronzed skin and well-defined eyes are a gutsy departure.

Today, Chastain is known for her knock-out, ultra-glamorous ensembles, but at the beginning of her career, the actress was no stranger to the LBD. Often utilizing sleek lines, rich colors, and glimmering embellishments Jessica Chastain channels old school Hollywood beauty without ever looking Throughout her career actress, activist, and film producer Jessica Chastain has been a consummate chameleon both on the screen and on the red carpet. Since her break-through role in The Tree of Life only six years ago, Chastain has made an indelible mark on the fashion and movie worlds alike

History is in the making at Big Brother.

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For the first time since its conception in 2000, the reality show will crown its first Black winner on Wednesday, Sept. 29. And it's all thanks to perhaps the most successful alliance in 21 years on the air.

Known as "The Cookout," the six-way partnership is comprised of all Black houseguests: Azah Awasum, Derek Frazier, Hannah Chaddha, Kyland Young, Tiffany Mitchell and Xavier Prather. For the last nine weeks, these contestants had one main mission in mind: Ensure that each of them reaches the final six.

a group of people posing for a photo: The CBS reality show has named just three non-white winners since its conception in 2000 — until this year © Cliff Lipson/CBS (6) The CBS reality show has named just three non-white winners since its conception in 2000 — until this year

That goal came to fruition on Thursday night when the final two non-Black houseguests — Claire Rehfuss and Alyssa Lopez — were evicted from the game. Now, one of "The Cookout" members is guaranteed to become Big Brother's first-ever Black champion.

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This time last year, we couldn’t have told you whether “ Jessica Chastain ” was an actress or a character in a bodice-ripper who lost her maidenhood to the rough yet manly laird of the village. But now — thanks to a mind-boggling nine movies in 2011 alone, including The Debt, Take Shelter, and Texas Killing Fields — she’s blown past “up-and-comer” into bona fide star who’s one juicy romantic dalliance away from her own cover of Us Weekly. How did she get there? Hard work? A great PR team? A deal with the Devil? Damned if we know.

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"We did it," Prather said on Thursday's episode as he hugged Young and the group soaked in the historic moment following Lopez's eviction.

"For the first time ever!" an ecstatic Chaddha added.

The excitement is warranted considering Big Brother's history with diversity. Only three non-white winners (Jun Song in season 4, Josh Martinez in season 19 and Kaycee Clark in season 20) have ever been crowned in the show's first 22 seasons.

Both Big Brother and Survivor have been previously criticized for their lack of inclusivity while casting the popular reality programs. So in November 2020, CBS promised that 50 percent of individuals cast for the network's unscripted shows will be Black, Indigenous or People of Color (BIPOC).

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The current cycle of Big Brother features the most racially diverse cast in the show's history. Only seven of the 16 individuals cast to compete on season 23 were white.

On the eve of the season premiere, host Julie Chen Moonves told Entertainment Weekly that she felt "excited" about the potential impact a more diverse cast could have on the game.

"In summers past, we've seen some people who are used to their bubble, where their world outside of the Big Brother house is not very diverse, and then they behave in a way that is unacceptable," Chen Moonves, 51, said at the time.

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"Race has obviously been something we as a country have been struggling with for a VERY long time. And Big Brother, as a reflection of our society, has had its struggles over the years as well, like pretty much all reality shows have," she added.

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A retro- styled LBD is sweet and sophisticated, but it's Chastain 's tumble of red curls that steals the show.

A divine lavender one-shoulder gown by Elie Saab Couture was just the right amount of glamour for Chastain at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival.

Getting the six Black houseguests to the final six, however, was no simple task.

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To start, each member of "The Cookout" vowed that they would not evict another alliance member should they sit next to a non-alliance member on eviction night. All six individuals also buddied up with one non-alliance member, whom they would ultimately sit next to on the block when "The Cookout" decided it was time for that non-alliance person's eviction.

As numbers dwindled and relationships blossomed, voting out contestants outside of "The Cookout" became increasingly difficult each week. The alliance's loyalty was tested several times throughout the season — especially during the latest week of competition.

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On Wednesday's episode, Lopez threw a wrench into Mitchell's plan to send her packing when she won the power of veto to remove herself from the block. Mitchell then faced a winless decision as Head of Household: nominate close friend and non-alliance member Rehfuss, or a member of "The Cookout."

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The pair shared an emotional moment when Mitchell informed Rehfuss that she had no option but to nominate her — though she stopped short of revealing "The Cookout"'s identity.

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Rehfuss was admittedly heartbroken by Mitchell's decision but ultimately accepted that Mitchell didn't want to add to the show's history of people of color taking one another out. In an interview with EW following her eviction, the technical architect reiterated that it didn't take long to understand Mitchell's motive.

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"So as she was explaining it to me, I started to realize what was kind of going on, and it turned into still feeling hurt, but also feeling very proud of Tiffany, of feeling proud that this is something that she said she was going to do, and she was going to stick with it. And I know that it was a hard decision for Tiffany because I was her tightest ally. And I was the one person that she really trusted in the house.

"But how can you not be proud of someone for sticking with what they believe in and what they said that they were going to do?" she continued. "Because morals are easy to lose in this game, and I'll never be mad at someone for sticking with what they believe in."

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No other alliance of this size in Big Brother history has managed to remain fully intact this deep into a season. Yet despite their unprecedented success, there has been some backlash surrounding "The Cookout" and its mission.

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Accusations of "reverse racism" were tossed around on social media throughout the season as the alliance voted out one non-Black individual after another.

Last week, Chen Moonves defended "The Cookout" in an interview with EW.

"I think it's hard for some people who are not of color to understand the importance of 'The Cookout' making it this far," she explained. "I have heard some call the formation of 'The Cookout' a form of racism. In my humble opinion, it is not. As a fan of the show, it's impressive to see an alliance this big make it this far. That rarely happens."

Season 23 of Big Brother concludes Wednesday, Sept. 29 on CBS.

Jessica Chastain Wants People to See Tammy Faye Bakker 'Beyond Her Husband's Salacious Mistakes' .
The Oscar nominee portrays the late televangelist in the new movie The Eyes of Tammy Faye "It was always like the media, or SNL, making her into a clown and punishing her for the mistakes of her husband, which all throughout history women have been the victim of," Jessica Chastain, who portrays Tammy Faye in the upcoming film, tells PEOPLE.

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