Her inflation is noticeably more terrifying then the '71 version with blue starting on her nose and creeping over her body.

Violet Turns Into A Blueberry - 2005. Violet Beauregarde (born December 8, 1993) is the daughter of former baton champion Scarlett Beauregarde and the winner of the third golden ticket. Nickerson was unable to go to lunch during rehearsals; instead she was rolled around on set every five minutes to keep blood circulating. She brags about her accomplishments, specifically about gum, and boasts about how she was going to win the grand prize, because "I'm a winner a winner." She wasn't upset about Violet's fate until she left the factory, upset that Violet had lost, implying that she assumed Violet would still stay on the tour even after becoming a blueberry.

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The only confirmed specimens are 20 Oompa-Loompas and Violet Beauregarde.

Unable to resist, Violet pops the strip of gum in to her mouth and begins to chew.

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Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Grandpa Joe then notes that Violet is swelling up, and Charlie announces that it's like a blueberry as Violet's cheeks swell up, turning her pupils bright blue.

She’s thin and has pale skin with short straightened blonde hair and blue eyes. There is no interaction between Violet and Veruca Salt (or unused character Miranda Piker) in the novel, but in the film, both girls are seen pushing and shoving each other when walking down the Chocolate Room stairs. In each version, Violet Beauregarde is the third of the five children to find one of Willy Wonka's exclusive Golden Tickets, the second of two girls to win a Golden Ticket, as well as the second to be kicked off the tour due to disobedience of Wonka's orders.

Chewing, chewing all day long  Violet's competitive nature to win the final prize was her only real interest for entering the hunt for the golden tickets. In theatrical adaptations, Violet's role was originally identical to her role in the 1970s film. Violet Beauregarde the worlds first human blueberry. She has little degree of bearability, and becomes annoyed with Veruca's constant demanding to her father. Violet's mother pushing Violet out of the Inventing Room.

Violet has gotten so big that her belly is now bulging out of her tracksuit. As Scarlett walks along Violet cartwheels and back-flips after her, seemingly very pleased with her new abilities, even informing her mother that she is now much more flexible. During the whole scene, Violet is shown groaning and screaming in fear at her fate, her voice noticeably more muffled and deeper than before, but she is shown to be calmer by the end of her trip.

a smooth irish red, with a slightly toasted aroma, and a caramel- malt finish. Violet loses her balance as her butt suddenly inflates. In the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Violet was depicted as a preteen girl from Miles City, Montana, and was played by Denise Nickerson and was a girly girl. Gender

Violet is described in the original novel as having a "great big mop of curly hair" and as someone who talks "very fast and very loudly." Violet’s eyes change from green to blue as her face swells up. In this film, it is never stated that Violet might explode, although it is heavily implied due to her massive size that she will.

She’s the only child in this adaptation with blonde hair. But everyone (including her father) is still surprised; due to her girth, and before she can waddle too far, she is lowered to the ground by the watchful Oompa-Loompas. She looks around the tunnel at the rooms before Wonka stops the boat in front of the Inventing Room. And for her face a giant chin, sticks out just like a violin... For years and years she chews away,  being rolled away, but Wonka simply assures Charlie that all the other children will be returned to their normal "terrible" selves, but also says that "Maybe they will be a little wiser for the ware." long. However, unlike that film but like the 2005 film, Violet was accompanied by her mother.

Miles City, Montana, USA (1971)Atlanta, Georgia, USA (2005)New York City, United States (2020) Violet Beauregarde is the daughter of Scarlett Beauregarde and the winner of the third golden ticket. Throughout the tour up until her elimination, she is shown to be close to Wonka whenever he is introducing his factory. Her father, Sam Beauregarde, is a "prominent" local politician, civic leader and a used car salesman who uses Violet's television interview for free advertising of his car dealership.

Most versions have Violet calling her mother simply "Mother," out of arrogance, but in some adaptations she just calls her mother "Mom" instead.

Violet and her mother wear matching outfits and have matching hairstyles. Scarlett contemplates this idea as music starts playing. She is only able to waddle a little bit due to her girth, and Wonka tells the Oompa Loompas to roll her to the juicing room to extract the blueberry juice immediately, implying that she will explode if nothing is done about the problem.

She with the Oompa Loompas is also the only one present during her song in the 1971 film. Violet is also shown to be very aloof and antisocial, which is displayed when she quickly alienates herself from Wonka by telling him in no uncertain terms that she will be the winner of the special prize at the end, as well as steal candy from Charlie while calling him a loser when he asking her an honest question. All eyes turn to her as a bluish purplish stain starts to spread across her nose, much to her mother's shock. Violet seems much slimmer than in the movie and her blueberry form is much smaller and similar to the 1971 movie.

At that moment, Wonka explains that she has hit "pudding" as her Violet's hips and thighs slowly grow outwards. The blue light shining down on her foreshadows her fate. All of her body parts, including her head, arms, and legs, were sucked into her body, leaving behind small indents where they should be.

Charlie Bucket - While the rest of the kids (except for Mike to a lesser extent and Veruca who never interacted with Charlie) treated Charlie poorly, Violet was noticeably the rudest to Charlie, even called him a loser when grabbing a candy apple. In the book she is called Miss Violet Beauregarde and is considered a lady in spite of her bad manners.

Violet uses her television interview to demean Cornelia Prinzmetel far more than she does in the novel. She is just as callous as her mother, labelling everyone else as losers and non-entities. Fruit Beer, 29A. Violet is then spun around while lights are flashed on her like a giant disco ball for the Oompa Loompas to dance to. An aerial chase scene ensues!

The original song in the novel featured a "Miss Bigelow" who chewed gum day in and day out for years before her jaws bit her tongue in two and spent her life quietly, and how the Oompa Loompas wanted to prevent the same thing happening to Violet. IMAGE DETAILS. Chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing all day In the theatrical shows, her song is called "Chew It", which talks about her love of chewing gum and how it's her life long dream to chew the same stick all her life. In some versions Violet is carried back on stage to sing a humiliating song whilst in others the Oompas and her mother sing whilst Violet is absent, having exploded into goo only moments ago. Violet’s eyes change from green to blue as her face swells up.

The rest of her body had seemingly connected with each other, making it impossible to tell them apart.

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She is also shown to be a bad winner. By BittyHeart Watch. The filmmakers of the 1971 adaptation simulated the blueberry scene by inflating Nickerson in a rubber suit and composed her outline in two halves of a styrofoam ball, and it took 45 minutes to get her into costume.

The 2005 film's game requires Charlie to escort Violet (by rolling her around) to the Juicing Room, where he must take her to Wonka's juicer to squeeze her back to normal. https://charlieandthechocolatefactoryfilm.fandom.com/wiki/Violet_Beauregarde/Blueberry_Gallery?oldid=9018. She asks Wonka why they were laughing, and he states he believes it's from the cocoa beans.

She and Mike Teavee are the only winners to come from North America. All the while, Wonka warns Violet that the gum is not ready yet and that she must spit it out before it gets to the pudding. However they tried to cover it by pretending to be best friends. She with the Oompa Loompas is also the only one present during her song in the 1971 film.

In contrast to both films and the novel Violet sings a song before becoming  a blueberry, The song aptly named "Chew it" is basically just a monologue about Violet's obsession with chewing after which Violet grabs the three course dinner gum from Wonka and chews leading to the second verse where the others gawk at her and she swells into a blueberry after which she is carried off by Oompa Loompas however, in some versions, the song builds to Violet's sticky doom, ending with her being dragged of stage and exploding as a popping sound is heard and in some version confetti is thrown to simulate parts of Violet.

Her inflation is noticeably more terrifying then the '71 version with blue starting on her nose and creeping over her body.

Violet Turns Into A Blueberry - 2005. Violet Beauregarde (born December 8, 1993) is the daughter of former baton champion Scarlett Beauregarde and the winner of the third golden ticket. Nickerson was unable to go to lunch during rehearsals; instead she was rolled around on set every five minutes to keep blood circulating. She brags about her accomplishments, specifically about gum, and boasts about how she was going to win the grand prize, because "I'm a winner a winner." She wasn't upset about Violet's fate until she left the factory, upset that Violet had lost, implying that she assumed Violet would still stay on the tour even after becoming a blueberry.

Adobe Photoshop CS5 Macintosh.

The only confirmed specimens are 20 Oompa-Loompas and Violet Beauregarde.

Unable to resist, Violet pops the strip of gum in to her mouth and begins to chew.

art blog: Image size.

Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Grandpa Joe then notes that Violet is swelling up, and Charlie announces that it's like a blueberry as Violet's cheeks swell up, turning her pupils bright blue.

She’s thin and has pale skin with short straightened blonde hair and blue eyes. There is no interaction between Violet and Veruca Salt (or unused character Miranda Piker) in the novel, but in the film, both girls are seen pushing and shoving each other when walking down the Chocolate Room stairs. In each version, Violet Beauregarde is the third of the five children to find one of Willy Wonka's exclusive Golden Tickets, the second of two girls to win a Golden Ticket, as well as the second to be kicked off the tour due to disobedience of Wonka's orders.

Chewing, chewing all day long  Violet's competitive nature to win the final prize was her only real interest for entering the hunt for the golden tickets. In theatrical adaptations, Violet's role was originally identical to her role in the 1970s film. Violet Beauregarde the worlds first human blueberry. She has little degree of bearability, and becomes annoyed with Veruca's constant demanding to her father. Violet's mother pushing Violet out of the Inventing Room.

Violet has gotten so big that her belly is now bulging out of her tracksuit. As Scarlett walks along Violet cartwheels and back-flips after her, seemingly very pleased with her new abilities, even informing her mother that she is now much more flexible. During the whole scene, Violet is shown groaning and screaming in fear at her fate, her voice noticeably more muffled and deeper than before, but she is shown to be calmer by the end of her trip.

a smooth irish red, with a slightly toasted aroma, and a caramel- malt finish. Violet loses her balance as her butt suddenly inflates. In the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Violet was depicted as a preteen girl from Miles City, Montana, and was played by Denise Nickerson and was a girly girl. Gender

Violet is described in the original novel as having a "great big mop of curly hair" and as someone who talks "very fast and very loudly." Violet’s eyes change from green to blue as her face swells up. In this film, it is never stated that Violet might explode, although it is heavily implied due to her massive size that she will.

She’s the only child in this adaptation with blonde hair. But everyone (including her father) is still surprised; due to her girth, and before she can waddle too far, she is lowered to the ground by the watchful Oompa-Loompas. She looks around the tunnel at the rooms before Wonka stops the boat in front of the Inventing Room. And for her face a giant chin, sticks out just like a violin... For years and years she chews away,  being rolled away, but Wonka simply assures Charlie that all the other children will be returned to their normal "terrible" selves, but also says that "Maybe they will be a little wiser for the ware." long. However, unlike that film but like the 2005 film, Violet was accompanied by her mother.

Miles City, Montana, USA (1971)Atlanta, Georgia, USA (2005)New York City, United States (2020) Violet Beauregarde is the daughter of Scarlett Beauregarde and the winner of the third golden ticket. Throughout the tour up until her elimination, she is shown to be close to Wonka whenever he is introducing his factory. Her father, Sam Beauregarde, is a "prominent" local politician, civic leader and a used car salesman who uses Violet's television interview for free advertising of his car dealership.

Most versions have Violet calling her mother simply "Mother," out of arrogance, but in some adaptations she just calls her mother "Mom" instead.

Violet and her mother wear matching outfits and have matching hairstyles. Scarlett contemplates this idea as music starts playing. She is only able to waddle a little bit due to her girth, and Wonka tells the Oompa Loompas to roll her to the juicing room to extract the blueberry juice immediately, implying that she will explode if nothing is done about the problem.

She with the Oompa Loompas is also the only one present during her song in the 1971 film. Violet is also shown to be very aloof and antisocial, which is displayed when she quickly alienates herself from Wonka by telling him in no uncertain terms that she will be the winner of the special prize at the end, as well as steal candy from Charlie while calling him a loser when he asking her an honest question. All eyes turn to her as a bluish purplish stain starts to spread across her nose, much to her mother's shock. Violet seems much slimmer than in the movie and her blueberry form is much smaller and similar to the 1971 movie.

At that moment, Wonka explains that she has hit "pudding" as her Violet's hips and thighs slowly grow outwards. The blue light shining down on her foreshadows her fate. All of her body parts, including her head, arms, and legs, were sucked into her body, leaving behind small indents where they should be.

Charlie Bucket - While the rest of the kids (except for Mike to a lesser extent and Veruca who never interacted with Charlie) treated Charlie poorly, Violet was noticeably the rudest to Charlie, even called him a loser when grabbing a candy apple. In the book she is called Miss Violet Beauregarde and is considered a lady in spite of her bad manners.

Violet uses her television interview to demean Cornelia Prinzmetel far more than she does in the novel. She is just as callous as her mother, labelling everyone else as losers and non-entities. Fruit Beer, 29A. Violet is then spun around while lights are flashed on her like a giant disco ball for the Oompa Loompas to dance to. An aerial chase scene ensues!

The original song in the novel featured a "Miss Bigelow" who chewed gum day in and day out for years before her jaws bit her tongue in two and spent her life quietly, and how the Oompa Loompas wanted to prevent the same thing happening to Violet. IMAGE DETAILS. Chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing, chewing all day In the theatrical shows, her song is called "Chew It", which talks about her love of chewing gum and how it's her life long dream to chew the same stick all her life. In some versions Violet is carried back on stage to sing a humiliating song whilst in others the Oompas and her mother sing whilst Violet is absent, having exploded into goo only moments ago. Violet’s eyes change from green to blue as her face swells up.

The rest of her body had seemingly connected with each other, making it impossible to tell them apart.

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