Tony HAIR! Former PM reveals off his ‘creepy’ lockdown mullet as horrified viewers say he seems to be like Doc from Again to the Future
- The ex Prime Minister, 67, was chatting with ITV about devolution and Scotland
- Nevertheless, viewers have been fast to take to social media to share shock at his hair
- Plenty of Britons chopped off their lockdown locks – although Mr Blair has stored his
The ex-Labour chief, 67, was in comparison with Doc from Again to the Future in addition to a slew of different fictional characters together with Lord of the Rings’ Gollum and the Night time King from Game of Thrones.
Mr Blair was chatting with ITV’s Paul Model about devolution and a possible Scottish independence referendum.
Nevertheless, his shock look dominated response to the interview on social media.
Tony Blair prompted a stir on social media after unveiling his lengthy lockdown locks in an interview with ITV
One consumer wrote: ‘Tony Blair is slowly remodeling into Doc Brown.’
One other mentioned: ‘Tony Blair morphing into the possessed Vigo portray in Ghostbusters.’
Whereas a 3rd added: ‘Tony Blair seems to be like a goblin who will attempt to lure you into his cave for a riddling contest.’
Weird lockdown coiffure have been a characteristic of social media over the previous yr, with barbers and hairdressers compelled to shut due to the pandemic.
Some, corresponding to Mr Blair, grew their hair and beards out whereas others enlisted relations to offer them a DIY chop.
Nevertheless, with salons reopening on April 12, most Britons rushed to get their locks trimmed by an expert.
Mr Blair, nevertheless, clearly determined to maintain his lockdown look a bit longer – although the response of viewers was removed from optimistic.
The previous prime minister rapidly grew to become one of many prime traits on Twitter with different figures, corresponding to Gerry Francis and Peter Stringfellow, additionally trending as customers in contrast Mr Blair to them.
One consumer mentioned: ‘How does Tony Blair have lockdown hair? I managed, and I’ve by no means been prime minister. Get a haircut man!’
A second mentioned: ‘By no means seen a person much less suited to making an attempt the ‘silver fox mop-of-hair’ than Tony Blair. I nearly need to chop my very own hair off than be related to this monstrosity.’
And one other merely requested: ‘What the hell is occurring with Tony Blair’s hair?’
Within the interview, Mr Blair defended his authorities’s devolution challenge, however admitted it had ‘weaknesses’.
He mentioned: ‘The place I believe we have been mistaken was in believing that devolution would finish the argument of independence – it hasn’t ended it.’
Nevertheless, he insisted that ‘the union would already be in tatters’ had Labour not devolution referendums in Scotland and Wales in 1997.