Christmas means a little red dress and Tamron Hall is rocking one better than a top model. Since exiting the Today show, Hall has been very active on social media.
She keeps her millions of followers up-to-date with various posts, photos, and videos.
For example, it was on Instagram that she revealed she is planning to have a new daytime show that will probably launch in 2018.
It was also via social media; she explained that she was taking a much-needed vacation in Italy to celebrate her birthday.
This week, once more, she confirmed that she has no plans to change her method of communication.
Miss Hall shared a series of photos that confirmed she is deep into the holiday season.
The reporter returned to Texas to be with her family and has been helping with the Christmas decorations.
Being the famous fashionista that she is, Hall opted to wear a mini glittery red dress, as she chilled with Santa Claus.
Believe it or not, the photo went viral, no, not because Hall looked stunning in her short dress, (fans agreed she dazzled), but because of the Santa Claus statue that she was leaning on.
Commenters from both sides of the aisle had a fiery debate on whether Santa Claus should be black or white.
One person said: “Yeah, she got the black Santa SO WHAT? Not to get off of the subject, but damn her hair is always crispy. And her flesh is glowing in that red dress. I miss you so much on the TODAY SHOW! And they just keep messing up! Natalie is gone! Willie just on Sunday for one hour! My favorite 9 o’clock hour gone! Honestly, I never watch it anymore except I do watch AMBUSH MAKEOVER!!!!! It will never be the same without you and the old crew! I did watch the Halloween show, but it was not the same without you this year! Much love and respect to you!”
A diplomatic voice said who cares and added: “Beauty for all seasons! Tamron!!! I miss seeing you on The Today Show!this is what’s wrong w world. People don’t agree on w you, and you go physco on them. She can have a green or orange Santa if she wants. I’ll pray for you as its God you will have to answer to. Have a blessed day.”
A person, who is anti-black Santas, wrote: “Why do you feel you need to copy everything white people created is it jealousy or what? Make up your stuff and use your own culture that God gave you, you have thousands of years of it!”
How can a picture of a dress lead to such a wild conversation?