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The Most Unbelievable Thing About The Undoing Is Nicole Kidman’s Hair

‘Even as the character has endured infidelity, humiliation, ostracisation, countless pre-dawn walks and a murder trial, those long tumbling curls have stayed defined and springy. As a curly haired person I can tell you, that this is simply not realistic’

‘Even as the character has endured infidelity, humiliation, ostracisation, countless pre-dawn walks and a murder trial, those long tumbling curls have stayed defined and springy. As a curly haired person I can tell you, that this is simply not realistic’ Read Full Story

1.Thing About The Undoing Is Nicole Kidman’s Hair

Sharing a series of excited tweets from fans anxiously waiting to find out who killed Elena Alves, the 53-year-old posed the question to Andy Cohen, who is synonymous with the Real Housewives franchise.

Nicole wrote under one comment on her IG Stories, “Do you think Grace Fraser would make a good Real Housewife @bravoandy?” Read Full Story

2.Thing About The Undoing Is Nicole Kidman’s Hair

Nicole Kidman’s portrayal of uber-privileged therapist Grace Fraser in The Undoing is gripping, tense and our latest TV obsession on these colder nights (um how did winter creep up on us so fast?) But apart from the devastatingly complicated plot-line of the psychological thriller… we are just as gripped by Grace’s wardrobe. Specifically, those coats are providing us with mega styling inspo for our own seasonal lewks.

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3.Thing About The Undoing Is Nicole Kidman’s Hair

Kidman is mesmerising as glamorous but enigmatic Grace, who finds her marriage unravelling faster than those of the clients she counsels. We quickly learn she too is an unreliable narrator with revelations of her own. Kidman aces complicated characters in emotional turmoil and you’ll find your eyes drawn to her in every scene. As for Grant, at first you could be fooled into thinking that he’s doing his familiar upper-class English schtick, but we soon see a different side to Jonathan. If you’ve watched A Very English Scandal (trust us, it’s another one to bookmark on Amazon Prime Video), you’ll know he’s good on multifaceted, flawed characters. He won an Emmy for his portrayal of disgraced MP Jeremy Thorpe, and in The Undoing, Grant takes those unsettling traits up several notches. Read Full Story

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