"I was drinking juices and I continued to do it until I looked wiped out," Chastain said of genuinely changing into the late nation vocalist.
Jessica Chastain flexed her singing chops and took up some slack — in a real sense — to play late country vocalist Tammy Wynette
In light of the romantic story between Wynette and George Jones, the Foundation Grant winner reverses Michael Shannon in the banned series "George and Tammy".
Abe Sylvia made the series. Lead star Chastain worked with vocal mentor Ron Cooking for quite a long time to sing like Wynette,
calling a live presentation before many additional items "the most terrifying thing I've at any point finished."
Chastain assumed control over the actual readiness to play Wynette while following Wynette's sometime down the road medical problems enslavement.
"I could do without to take a gander at scales, yet I quit eating," Chastain shared with Vanity Fair
"I was drinking juices and I continued to do it until I looked debilitated."