Orange you glad John’s glow is back? At President Obama’s State of the Union speech on Jan. 20, Speaker of the House John Boehner’s tan was on point. Do you agree, HollywoodLifers?
While we were of course focused on President Barack Obama‘s powerful words during his annual State of the Union speech on Jan. 20, we couldn’t help but notice John Boehner‘s orange glow on TV, yet again. Click to see the hilarious reactions to the Speaker of the House’s suspicious tan!
John Boehner’s Orange Skin At SOTU — He’s So Tan
Of course, John’s tan has been a topic of discussion before, yet he keeps coming back with a bigger and badder tan! Here’s what people are saying.
If John Boehner becomes any more orange…. he is going to be sued for copyright infringement by the oompah loompahs #SOTU
— CDM (@RWSurferGirl) January 21, 2015
John Boehner right now: pic.twitter.com/YOZaMOrVFy
— Matt Sebek (@MattSebek) January 21, 2015
John Boehner will give his response from Sun Tan City in Alexandria, Va. — Joshua Ball (@J_BallScribe) January 21, 2015
John Boehner’s skin tone is that of a slightly roasted carrot. — Becca (@Tyrannosauri) January 21, 2015
Even Supernatural star Jared Padalecki took to commenting on John’s glow.
Is John Boehner’s office on the surface of the sun, or does he just have somebody on call to spray-tan him? #SOTU2015
— Jared Padalecki (@jarpad) January 21, 2015
State Of The Union Address: President Obama Calls For Income Equality
During the State of the Union address, President Obama delivered a powerful and inspiring speech, vowing to help hardworking middle class workers thrive in 2015.
Some of the highlights include The President addressing that Congress needs to pass a law that guarantees women are paid the same as a man for doing the same work. He also emphasized that Congress needs to have a plan to make community college free, and also make sure that American students are not burdened by loans.
For a full recap on the State of the Union, click here.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Were you distracted by John’s orange glow? Let us know!
— Julianne Ishler