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“I think that controversy is a legitimate one. I think fat phobia is real. I think to pretend otherwise causes further harm.”

Actors (and the society in general) are (usually) more aware of what is offensive and which personalities they should and should not represent as the times change.

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Nonetheless, it occurs. It’s particularly problematic when they put on a “costume” (including makeup and hair) to depict someone who isn’t themselves. It’s great for an actor to transform for a job, but when they “transform” into a member of a marginalized or frequently stereotyped population, it eliminates the opportunity for people who are genuinely members of that community to be cast. Furthermore, their portrayal is frequently insulting.

This usually involves race — things like wearing yellowface or blackface — but also involves wearing “fat suits” and even costumes that are supposed to be reserved for religious or tribal meanings.

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Here are eight times actors wore one of these offensive costumes, and at the very least realized their mistake, and nine times they doubled down and got defensive:

1. DIDN’T CARE: Upon being told that his portrayal of Asian character Mr. Yunioshi in Breakfast at Tiffany’s was insulting, Mickey Rooney, a white actor, responded, “I wouldn’t hurt any individual, be they Black, Asian, or whatever,” adding that the backlash “broke his heart” and that he felt horrible for “the folks people offense.”

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“They hired me to do this overboard, and we had fun doing it,” Rooney said. “Never in all the more than 40 years after we made it — not one complaint. Every place I’ve gone in the world, people say, ‘ … you were so funny.’ Asians and Chinese come up to me and say, ‘Mickey, you were out of this world.'” He did admit that if he had known how outraged people would be, he would not have done it — but instead of apologizing, he said he “forgave” those who were hurt.

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2. FELT SORRY: In the problematic movie Shallow Hal, Gwyneth Paltrow appeared as the plus-size love interest of a man who was “cursed” to view women not for their appearances, but for their level of kindness, which she has subsequently labeled “a disaster.”

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Paltrow said she initially realized the picture was problematic when she tried on the fat costume and saw no one was looking at her, making her feel “humiliated.” She later admitted in an interview that it was her least favorite performance and that she hated it.

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3. DIDN’T CARE: In the parody movie Tropic Thunder, Robert Downey Jr. portrayed a blackfaced actor. Despite his doubts about the part, he described it as an opportunity to “be Black for a summer in my mind” and ” hold up to nature the insane self-involved hypocrisy of artists and what they think they’re allowed to do on occasion.” It appears that Downey Jr. saw his role as an actor who thought it was acceptable to wear blackface as more of a critique.

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“It was impossible to not have it be an offensive nightmare of a movie. 90% of my Black friends were like, ‘Dude, that was great,’” he went on. “I can’t disagree with [the other 10%], but I know where my heart lies. I think that it’s never an excuse to do something that’s out of place and out of its time, but to me, it blasted the cap on [the issue]. I think having a moral psychology is job one. Sometimes, you just gotta go, ‘Yeah, I effed up.’ In my defense, Tropic Thunder is about how wrong [blackface] is, so I take exception.”

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4. FELT SORRY: During the annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show, model Karlie Kloss made headlines by wearing a Native American headdress, which is normally worn on special occasions by men who have performed brave actions in war.

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Victoria’s Secret and Kloss both apologized (Kloss claiming she was “truly sorry”), and the dress was removed from the show’s broadcast, a decision Kloss backed.

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5. DIDN’T CARE: Selena Gomez also sparked outrage with her appropriation of a bindi while performing “Come & Get It” at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. Her detractors included the Universal Society of Hinduism.

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“The song kind of has that almost Hindu feel, that tribal feel. I kind of wanted to translate that,” In justifying her conduct, Selena remarked. “Plus, I’ve been learning a lot about my seven chakras and bindis and stuff. I’ve learned a lot about the culture, and I think it’s beautiful. I think it’s fun to incorporate that into the performance.” She also said if you educate yourself on a culture, “you should have the freedom to enjoy it.”

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6. FELT SORRY: In The Danish Girl, Eddie Redmayne portrays Lili Elbe, one of the first known people to have sex reassignment surgery. Despite the fact that his performance was praised and earned him an Oscar nomination, he believes he would not take the role now. ” I made that film with the best intentions,” he continued, “but I think it was a mistake.”

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“The bigger discussion about the frustrations around casting is because many people don’t have a chair at the table. There must be a leveling; otherwise, we are going to carry on having these debates,” he continued, responding to criticism that the part should have gone to a trans actor.

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7. DIDN’T CARE: Renée Zellweger wore a fat costume for her part as Pam Hupp in The Thing About Pam. She stressed the importance of looking as much like Pam as possible when discussing the decision: ” Because she seems so familiar; she seems like someone that we recognize and we know.”

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“It just felt really crucial that we came as close to that as we could,” Zellweger added, “in order for you to better appreciate how possible it may be for others to project onto her who they are sure she might be or what sort of person she might be.”

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8. FELT SORRY: Sarah Paulson gained 30 pounds and wore a fat suit to play Linda Tripp in American Crime Story. Recognizing the criticism, Paulson stated that the “controversy is a legitimate one. I think fat phobia is real. I think to pretend otherwise causes further harm, and it is a very important conversation to be had.”

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She did admit, though, that the decision to wear a fat suit wasn’t solely hers, and that she believed she was cast since she was the proper fit for the part. However, Paulson claims she should have anticipated the response and regrets “not thinking about it more fully. And that is an important thing for me to think about and reflect on. I also know it’s a privileged place to be sitting and thinking about it and reflecting on it, having already gotten to do it, and having had an opportunity that someone else didn’t have. You can only learn what you learn when you learn it.”

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9. DIDN’T CARE: For her music video for “Bounce,” Iggy Azalea wore a sari and a bindi. While some thought it was a fun Bollywood-inspired affair, others claimed it was cultural appropriation, something Azalea never addressed openly.

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According to BRTHR, the video’s director, special attention was made to hire an Indian producer and Indian locals. While Azalea did not respond to these specific allegations of cultural appropriation, she did address broader ones in 2019, calling cultural appropriation “subjective” and declaring, “I’m still going to make the same type of music and still be ridiculous and larger than life. So I can’t be that fucking sorry about it.”

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10. FELT SORRY: Josh Kiszka, the frontman of Greta Van Fleet, became famous for his onstage Native American-inspired outfits. This year, after being publicly chastised, he apologized and donated to the nonprofit First Nations Development Institute, which helps Native American tribes.

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Kiszka wrote on Instagram about his strong admiration for the Chippewa tribe he grew up with in Michigan, stating he knew “the harm that ignorance can have on marginalized communities,” and that he would never want to propagate it. “Hate, disrespect, and prejudice of any kind are not welcome in this community. As I’ve come into adulthood, I’ve been able to grow and learn. This growth has not stopped and will not stop here.”

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11. DIDN’T CARE: Katy Perry sparked outrage when she dressed up as a Geisha in a kimono and performed her song “Unconditionally” at the American Music Awards. She chose the Geisha costume because she adores Japan and “spectacle,” and she thought it complemented the song’s message. “I was thinking about unconditional love, and I was thinking: Geishas are basically, like, the masters of loving unconditionally.”

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Perry responded to criticism by saying she believed people misunderstood her. “All I was trying to do is just give a very beautiful performance about a place that I have so much love for and find so much beauty in, and that was exactly where I was coming from, with no other thought besides it.”

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12. FELT SORRY: In Short Circuit and its sequel, Fisher Stevens, a white man, played an Indian man. He had been promised, however, that the character would be played by a white man. “They rewrote it, and were like, ‘Can you play it?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I can do it. Let me learn.’ Stevens said he was a young actor trying to get his break when it happened, and he said he tried his best to learn about India and its culture before filming.

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Fisher remarked now, reflecting on the part, “It definitely haunts me. I still think it’s a really good movie, but I would never do that part again. The world was a different place in 1986, obviously.”

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13. DIDN’T CARE: In Dallas Buyers Club, Jared Leto, a cisgender man, plays a transgender woman. His performance was praised by critics and won him an Oscar, but many people believed a transgender actor should have been hired.

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At a Q&A, Leto responded to a heckler who argued he didn’t deserve honors for the part, saying, “Because I’m a man, I don’t deserve to play that part? So you would hold a role against someone who happened to be gay or lesbian — they can’t play a straight part? … Then you’ve made sure people that are gay, people that aren’t straight, people like the Rayons of the world would never have the opportunity to turn the tables and explore parts of that art.”

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14. FELT SORRY: In 1999, Hilary Swank received an Academy Award for her performance as trans man Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry. While she has reaffirmed her decision to cast her, she claims that the same decision would not have been made today.

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Swank recalls when the film was released, “Trans people weren’t really walking around in the world saying, ‘Hey, I’m trans. Twenty-one years later, not only are trans people having their lives and living, thankfully, [although] we still have a long way to go in their safety and their inclusivity, but we now have a bunch of trans actors who would obviously be a lot more right for the role and have the opportunity to actually audition for the role.”

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15. DIDN’T CARE: In Soul Man, C. Thomas Howell portrayed a white Harvard student who disguised himself as a Black man in order to obtain a scholarship meant for Black students. Howell noted in a 2013 interview that he’d had rewatched the film and was “shocked at how truly harmless that movie is, and how the anti-racial message involved in it is so prevalent.”

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“I still don’t understand, and I guess this is just my own ignorance, the fact that certain people really hate the whole blackface idea, because this isn’t a movie about blackface,” Howell continued. “It’s not like I’m Al Jolson in blackface singing ‘Mammy.’ … It’s 180 degrees from that. It’s an innocent movie, it’s got innocent messages, and it’s got some very, very deep messages. And I think the people that haven’t seen it that judge it are horribly wrong.”

He also termed it “an essential film” and likened its usage of blackface to that of Robert Downey Jr.’s character in Tropic Thunder, adding that it was acceptable and that Soul Train had a lot more prominent anti-racism message that even taught him about racism.

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16. DIDN’T CARE: Jenette Goldstein, who is Jewish and of Russian, Moroccan, and Brazilian descent, played a Latina woman in Aliens. She used makeup to darken her skin for the role.

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Goldstein admitted in a 2016 interview that the same casting would would not happen now, adding that “there should be, obviously, roles available in a wide range of ethnicities, I think.” She did, however, point out that there are Latino Jews, and she argued that you shouldn’t be limited to playing your own ethnicity: “I have never been cast, or given the opportunity to audition for a short, freckle-faced Jewish girl who is half-Russian and half-Moroccan and Brazilian. So I don’t think I would work very much if that’s all I was able to read for.”

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17. And finally, FELT SORRY: Eiza González used blackface for a role in the Mexican telenovela Lola, érase uno vez in the 2000s, then apologized in 2020 when photographs of her wearing it appeared on social media, claiming she was just 15 at the time and was forced to do so. “I am deeply sorry and ashamed about having worn blackface makeup shown in the images circulating,” she said to Page Six.

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“With no negotiating power, I could not advocate for myself in the situation. I wish I had the voice and knowledge then that I have now,” she added. In contrast, she defended her use of yellowface during a trip to Japan, saying she was told by her host it was “considered an intercultural exchange to dress up in their traditional clothing and makeup” and that it was “seen as an appreciation of their culture,” though out of context, she said it did call “for a dialogue about contemporary cultural appropriation.”

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Larry is a contributing writer for KITE MEDIA. Larry is a New York-based author and has written for publications such as Aubtu Today, Digital Trends, Magazine, and many other media outlets.

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20 Stunning Photos Of A Young Jessica Simpson: A Journey Through Time

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Embark on a captivating journey through twenty snapshots of a young Jessica Simpson, from her early church choir performances to her meteoric rise in the music industry. Born on July 10, 1980, Simpson’s debut album, Sweet Kisses, catapulted her to fame at just seventeen, showcasing her vocal prowess and infectious charm. Her personal life, including her highly publicized marriage to Nick Lachey and their reality show Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, further solidified her status as a pop culture icon.

Transitioning seamlessly from music to Hollywood, Simpson showcased her versatility in films like The Dukes of Hazzard. Her entrepreneurial spirit soared with The Jessica Simpson Collection, one of the most successful celebrity fashion lines. Amid her professional triumphs, Simpson found love with Eric Johnson, embracing motherhood and nurturing their three children. This retrospective celebrates Simpson’s journey from aspiring singer to beloved icon, epitomizing resilience, talent, and enduring allure.

#1 Young Jessica Simpson as a Toddler

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Jessica Simpson’s journey to stardom is a captivating tale, etched in the annals of entertainment history.

#2 Young Jessica Simpson as a Kid with Sister

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Through a series of twenty snapshots, we embark on a visual odyssey that captures her transformation from a young choir girl to a global music icon.

#3 Young Jessica Simpson in Floral Dress with Sister

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The first glimpses of Jessica’s talent emerge in photographs of her youthful performances in her church choir.

#4 Young Jessica Simpson as a Senior

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Her infectious smile and unwavering determination foreshadow her future success.

#5 Young Jessica Simpson as a Cheerleader

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In 1999, at the tender age of 18, Jessica’s debut album, “Sweet Kisses,” catapults her to fame.

#6 Young Jessica Simpson as a Teenager

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A photograph of her album cover, adorned with her signature blonde locks and radiant eyes, marks this pivotal moment.

#7 Young Jessica Simpson High School Yearbook Photo

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Throughout the early 2000s, Jessica’s career skyrockets. Photographs capture her on stage, performing with infectious energy and captivating audiences with her powerful vocals.

#8 Early Jessica Simpson in Black Leather Blouse

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Her iconic outfits and glamorous style become synonymous with the era.

#9 Young Jessica Simpson in Camel Leather Jacket

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As the years pass, Jessica’s journey is marked by both triumphs and challenges. Photographs reveal her resilience and determination, as she navigates the ups and downs of fame and motherhood.

#10 Young Jessica Simpson in White Tank Closeup

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Jessica Simpson’s career has been marked by versatility, resilience, and an undeniable impact on both the music and entertainment industries.

#11 Young Jessica Simpson in Purple Leather Jacket and Purple Pants

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Rising to prominence in the late 1990s and early 2000s, Simpson initially gained recognition as a pop singer with her debut album, “Sweet Kisses,” released in 1999. The album’s success paved the way for her subsequent albums, including “Irresistible” (2001) and “In This Skin” (2003), which featured hit singles like “I Wanna Love You Forever” and “With You.”

#12 Young Jessica Simpson in White Satin Tank Top and Jeans

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Beyond music, Simpson expanded her reach into acting and reality television.

#13 Young Jessica Simpson in White Blouse Closeup Shot

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Her marriage to fellow pop star Nick Lachey and their reality show “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica” catapulted her into the public eye, garnering immense popularity and further solidifying her status as a cultural icon.

#14 Young Jessica Simpson in White Tank Top

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Simpson’s foray into acting included roles in films like “The Dukes of Hazzard” (2005) and “Employee of the Month” (2006), showcasing her versatility and broadening her appeal to wider audiences.

#15 Young Jessica Simpson Extreme Closeup Shot

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In addition to her entertainment career, Simpson made significant strides in the fashion industry with the launch of The Jessica Simpson Collection.

#16 Young Jessica Simpson in Pink Midriff and Daisy Duke’s

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The brand, which encompasses clothing, accessories, and fragrances, has become one of the most successful celebrity fashion lines, further establishing Simpson as a savvy entrepreneur.

#17 Young Jessica Simpson Closeup Side Profile Shot

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Overall, Jessica Simpson’s impact transcends music and entertainment, extending into fashion and entrepreneurship.

#18 Young Jessica Simpson in Red Plaid Buttondown and Daisy Duke’s

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Through her talent, resilience, and business acumen, she has left an indelible mark on popular culture and continues to inspire audiences worldwide.

#19 Young Jessica Simpson in Black Tank Top Semi-Closeup

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Today, Jessica Simpson remains a beloved figure in entertainment. Her music, fashion, and personal journey have inspired countless fans.

#20 Young Jessica Simpson in Lakers Jersey

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The twenty snapshots we have explored offer a glimpse into the remarkable life and career of a true pop culture icon.

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Glamour Through The Ages: Angie Dickinson’s Most Captivating Looks

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Through the lens of a classic film reel, step into the enchanting world of Angie Dickinson, where timeless beauty meets unparalleled talent. With a career spanning decades, Dickinson has graced both the silver screen and television screens with her mesmerizing presence.

From her breakout roles in classic films like “Rio Bravo” and “Ocean’s 11” to her iconic portrayal of Sergeant Suzanne “Pepper” Anderson in the hit TV series “Police Woman,” Dickinson has captivated audiences with her charisma and charm. Join us as we journey through the highlights of her illustrious career and delve into the enigmatic allure of Angie Dickinson’s best looks.

#1 American actress Angie Dickinson, circa 1955.

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#2 US actress Angie Dickinson wearing a backless gold lame evening dress with batwing sleeves.

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#3 circa 1967: Studio headshot portrait of American actor Angie Dickinson wearing a striped knit shirt and looking upwards.

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#4 Angie Dickinson at a formal event wearing a white bare midriff dress; circa 1970; New York.

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#5 Angie Dickinson starring in “Captain Newman, M.D.”

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#6 Portrait of television and film actress Angie Dickinson sitting in go-cart in 1960.

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#7 13th April 1964: American actor Angie Dickinson, wearing a fur coat, arrives at the Academy Awards, Santa Monica, California.

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#8 Actors Angie Dickinson and John Wayne star in the western ‘Rio Bravo’, 1959.

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#10 American actress Angie Dickinson, circa 1964.

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#11 1963: Studio headshot portrait of American actor Angie Dickinson, wearing a black lace blouse.

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#12 1974: American actor Angie Dickinson, of the television series, ‘Police Woman,’ smiles and holds a drink as she attends an event. She wears a striped dress.

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#13 circa 1960: Headshot studio portrait of American actor Angie Dickinson smiling in a blue cowl-necked sweater, in front of a pink backdrop.

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#14 Angie Dickinson In Blue Sweater Actress Angie Dickinson poses for a portrait in 1962, at Los Angeles, California.

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#15 Actress Angie Dickinson poses for a portrait in 1962, in Los Angeles, California.

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#16 Actress Angie Dickinson poses for a portrait in 1962, at Los Angeles, California.

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#17 POLICE WOMAN — Season 1 — Pictured: Angie Dickinson as Sgt. Suzanne ‘Pepper’ Anderson

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#18 Actress Angie Dickinson poses for a portrait wearing a white dress in Los Angeles, California, in 1962.

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#19 Angie Dickinson as the title character of the film ‘Jessica’, 1962.

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Eternal Charm: Exploring Diane Lane’s Youthful Glamour

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Diane Colleen Lane, born on January 22, 1965, has carved out a remarkable four-decade career in American cinema. Beginning at just 14 years old with her debut in “A Little Romance,” Lane encountered both successes and setbacks, with films like “Streets of Fire” and “The Cotton Club” facing mixed receptions. However, her breakthrough came with the Emmy-nominated TV miniseries “Lonesome Dove,” propelling her to stardom and leading to acclaimed roles in “A Walk on the Moon” and “The Perfect Storm,” solidifying her status as a Hollywood talent to be reckoned with.

It was Lane’s captivating performance in “Unfaithful” that truly showcased her exceptional acting abilities, earning her widespread acclaim and numerous awards. Additionally, her collaborations with esteemed director Francis Ford Coppola on four films further demonstrated her versatility. As we reflect on Lane’s diverse and impactful filmography, spanning decades and genres, we invite you to embark on a visual journey tracing her evolution from a young ingénue to a revered icon of American cinema.

#1 Actress Diane Lane poses for a portrait in 1989 in Los Angeles, California

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#2 Actress Diane Lane poses for a portrait in 1989 in Los Angeles, California

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#3 Diane Lane circa 1980 in New York City

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#4 Timothy Hutton and Diane Lane circa 1981 in Los Angeles, California

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#5  “The Cotton Club” is Francis Coppola’s portrait of the legendary Harlem nightclub where the finest talent of the Jazz Age entertained the era’s most notorious gangsters. Diane Lane as Vera Cicero in 1983.

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#6 Diane Lane wearing a striped tunic and red skirt carrying a leather jacket; circa 1970; New York

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#7 Actors Josh Brolin and Diane Lane arrive at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 15, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.

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#8 Diane Lane during The 2002 New York Film Critics Circle 68th Annual Awards Dinner – Inside at Noche Restaurant in New York City, New York, United States.

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#9 Young Diane Lane in Red Sweater

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#10 Young Diane Lane in Black Jacket

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#11 Young Diane Lane in Blue Blouse

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#12 Young Diane Lane Teen Headshot

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#13 Young Diane Lane in White Dress

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#14 Young Diane Lane in Seafoam Colored Blouse

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#15 Young Diane Lane in Black Leather Jacket

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#16 Young Diane Lane Black and White Headshot Side Profile

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#17 Young Diane Lane in Black and White Patterned Dress

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#18 Young Diane Lane in Gray T-Shirt and Black Pants

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#19 Young Diane Lane in Black Dress

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#20 Young Diane Lane in White Bath Robe

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#21 Young Diane Lane in Black Spaghetti Strap Tank

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#22 Young Diane Lane in Green Swimsuit

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Elizabeth Hurley’s Stunning Then & Now Evolution

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Let’s discover an enchanting exploration of Elizabeth Hurley’s illustrious career and captivating evolution. From her breakthrough roles in Hollywood to her influential presence in the realms of fashion and beauty, Hurley’s journey is a testament to her enduring talent and timeless allure.

Join us as we delve into the mesmerizing tapestry of her career, tracing the milestones, challenges, and triumphs that have defined her remarkable ascent to iconic status.

#1 Elizabeth Hurley poses in black and white

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Elizabeth Hurley strikes a pose in black and white, exuding stunning elegance.

#2 Elizabeth Hurley as Lady Farthingdale in ‘Sharpe’s Enemy’

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Elizabeth Hurley poses for promotional material for the 1994 film ‘Sharpe’s Enemy.’ She starred in the ITV production that same year.

#3 Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant at the film premiere of ‘Sirens’

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Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant attended the premiere of the film ‘Sirens’ in 1994. The couple was romantically involved during the mid-90s.

#4 Elizabeth Hurley at the premiere of ‘Mickey Blue Eyes’

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Elizabeth Hurley wore a stunning gown that showed off her back at the premiere of ‘Mickey Blue Eyes’.

#5 Elizabeth Hurley at the ‘My Blueberry Nights’ film premiere

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Elizabeth Hurley wore a stunning red gown at the premiere of ‘My Blueberry Nights’ during the 60th Cannes Film Festival on May 16, 2007.

#6 Elizabeth Hurley at an Elton John Party in France in 1999

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Elizabeth Hurley shone at one of Elton John’s parties in France in 1999, wearing a dazzling green sequined dress.

#7 Elizabeth Hurley ‘Bedazzled’

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Elizabeth Hurley played The Devil in the 2000 film ‘Bedazzled’ alongside Brendan Fraser as Elliot.

#8 Elizabeth Hurley in ‘Serving Sara’

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Elizabeth Hurley co-starred with Matthew Perry in the 2002 film ‘Serving Sara’.

#9 Elizabeth Hurley at the AMFAR Cinema Against AIDS Charity Benefit

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Elizabeth Hurley looked stunning in a bright pink gown as she posed with Elton John at the AMFAR Cinema Against AIDS Charity Benefit during the 56th Cannes Film Festival on May 22, 2003.

#10 Elizabeth Hurley at the Chopard Trophy Awards

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Elizabeth Hurley stunned the red carpet at the 59th Cannes Film Festival on May 20, 2006, wearing a glamorous purple gown with a dramatic slit up her leg during the Chopard Trophy Awards photocall.

#11 Elizabeth Hurley on ‘Gossip Girl’

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Elizabeth Hurley portrayed Diana Payne in 14 episodes of ‘Gossip Girl’ in 2011.

#12 Elizabeth Hurley stuns in a pink dress while out in NYC

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Elizabeth Hurley was spotted in NYC wearing an elegant pink dress. She stopped to pose for some photos!

#13 Elizabeth Hurley at 2018 BCRF’s The Hot Pink Party

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On May 17, 2018, Elizabeth Hurley attended the Hot Pink Party hosted by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at the Park Avenue Armory in New York. She looked stunning in her bold fuchsia dress.

#14 Elizabeth Hurley at the ‘Rocketman’ film premiere

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Elizabeth Hurley wore a stunning white suit with a plunging neckline to the ‘Rocketman’ film premiere in London on May 20, 2019.

#15 Elizabeth Hurley Lights The Empire State Building.

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On October 1, 2019, William P. Lauder and Elizabeth Hurley lit up the Empire State Building. Hurley wore a pink lace dress for the event.

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Victoria Justice’s Beauty Evolution: From Tween Queen To Timeless Elegance

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Victoria Justice embarked on her journey in the limelight at a mere 10 years old, marking the inception of her acting career. With roles ranging from supporting characters in Zoey 101 to leading roles in Victorious, Justice has effortlessly maneuvered through the realms of Hollywood. Beyond her prowess as an actress, singer, and philanthropist, Justice has solidified her status as a beauty icon, characterized by her chestnut brown locks, striking brows, and a penchant for timeless elegance.

While not one to venture into extreme hair or makeup territories, Justice excels in the art of subtle transformations within her signature style. From experimenting with varying hair lengths to playful forays into bangs and vibrant lip colors, she maintains an unwavering authenticity. Witness Justice’s evolution from her radiant beginnings to her current embodiment of glamour, as she continues to captivate with her ever-evolving beauty aesthetic.

#1 July 2006

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Victoria, the 13-year-old sensation, stunned on the red carpet with her radiating skin, sleek straight hair, and subtle lip gloss. She is a star in the making.

#2 September 2008

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At some point in her life, almost every girl gets bangs, and Victoria was no exception. She had chosen to go for a slight rock ‘n’ roll vibe with a long, straight-across set that was accentuated by a leather jacket.

#3 August 2009

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Her dark locks are complemented by soft honey highlights, resulting in a subtle and beautiful look that makes her skin glow.

#4 September 2009

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Victoria has a great sense of style and knows how to glam up when needed. At the 2009 Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party, she looked stunning with her bright red lipstick, rosy cheeks, and extra-long lashes. Her deep side part added an extra touch of elegance to the look and made her makeup stand out even more.

#5 September 2010

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Victoria became a celebrity with her own show Victorious by 2010. Her appearance improved with longer lashes, more voluminous hair, and flawless makeup, as proven by this ultra-glam look.

#6 October 2010

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Victoria’s love for a bright red lip is perfectly complemented by this soft, undone updo.

#7 October 2010

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Victoria nailed this prom look with lifted roots and round curls.

#8 September 2011

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Victoria made a statement at New York Fashion Week with a stunning silver and gold headpiece. She proved that sometimes less is more, keeping her makeup natural with a soft smoky eye and subtle lip color. This allowed her accessories to take center stage.

#9 October 2012

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Victoria was right on trend in 2012 with a lob haircut that was all one length and slightly parted to the side, embodying subtle sophistication.

#11 January 2013

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The Golden Globes are one of the most important award shows of the year, and Victoria pulled out all the stops. With big, bouncy curls, nude lips, and tons of eyeliner, the actress was ready to celebrate.

#12 March 2014

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The Kids’ Choice Awards demand a more playful look. For the 2014 show, Victoria opted for a peachy-pink lipstick, shiny side-swept hair, and a fun printed dress – the perfect party look!

#13 March 2015

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Victoria updated her medium-length hair with a modern middle part in 2015.

#14 January 2016

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Victoria has always been a fan of red lipstick, but now she prefers bright matte shades. To make the bold lip work, she keeps the rest of her hair and makeup simple and sleek.

#15 January 2017

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Victoria Justice looked stunning at the award ceremony in a mini dress designed by Yousef Al-Jasmi. The dress was decorated with gold beads and pearls, and Victoria’s choice of straight hair and lively make-up was a successful one on the red carpet.

#16 May 2018

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Victoria Justice attended the Unbridled Eve Gala in Louisville on May 4th, 2018.

#17 February 2019

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Victoria Justice arrived at the amfAR New York Gala held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City on February 6, 2019.

#18 February 2020

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Victoria Justice, at 28 years old, looks absolutely stunning with her perfect smile.

#19 October 2021

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Victoria Justice looked stylish in a chic outfit at the opening of the Belles Beach House, an exclusive venue in the trendy seaside neighborhood of LA.

#20 May 2022

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Victoria Justice was present at the 29th Annual ‘Race to Erase MS’ Gala.

#21 March 2023

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On March 10, 2023, Victoria Justice attended Darren Dzienciol and Richie Akiva’s Annual Oscar Pre-Party at a private residence in Bel Air, California.

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