Don Lemon Hoodie Suit drama explained after Stephen Colbert and Tucker Carlson diss

After American comedian Stephen Colbert made some harsh comments about Don Lemon’s outfit The late show with Stephen Colbert, The TV journalist went on to claim that he “loved” Stephen but “didn’t expect” the comments from him. He said:

“First of all, it’s not a sweatshirt or anything. It was a hooded sweater. Anyway, I don’t know if I want to go into that because it really really surprised me.”

Lemon went on to explain that he’s wearing a variety of outfits for the show, as the media house asked him to “feel comfortable” when he accepted the job. Explaining how much has changed since the pandemic, he said:

“I just thought it was interesting that there was a reaction like that because I got a lot of negative reactions online.”

CNN, highlighting insults from CNN! On “CNN This Morning” they play Colbert SAVAGING Lemon because he’s wearing a hoodie with a suit coat. Don: It wasn’t a hoodie. It was a hooded sweater.

After his co-host Kaitlan Collins asked Don Lemon if he would wear the same outfit again, he said:

“Of course and I will wear it again, will wear a version of it.”

All of this came after Stephen Colbert mocked Lemon’s outfit by claiming he looked like a “high school teacher.”

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“How do you report the news in this outfit?”: More details on what Stephen Colbert says about Don Lemon’s outfit being “not right.”

It’s a well-known fact that Colbert loves to joke about the political world The late S but things heated up a little when he made some harsh and rude comments about the CNN Host, Don Lemon.

As the host of CNN This morning wearing a suit jacket over a sweatshirt, avid fashion enthusiast Colbert commented on the outfit, saying:

“I think a great man once said, ‘What the hell is that? I know they want to add some comedy to CNN, and it’s hilarious, but how do you break the news in that outfit? How do you actually talk about tragedy when you’re wearing that, because what could be more tragic than that look he had this morning?

@TMZ If you’re worried about what Don Lemon is wearing, you’re in serious trouble, lol

That’s not all. He went on to compare his outfit to a high school teacher, saying:

“He looked like a high school teacher who went for a jog and then got a little hungry and stopped at a restaurant, but it was too nice a restaurant and they said, ‘Sir, you must wear a jacket.’ Then he stole a jacket from an extra boys and dolls.”

@TMZ You dress according to your work dress code. Your employer makes the rules. If his employer agrees, then Don Lemon can dress as dumb as he wants🙄

What’s more, it wasn’t just Stephen who was horrified by Don Lemon’s suit over the hoodie, Fox News host Tucker Carlson also had some scathing comments about the outfit as he patched in Republican agent and self-proclaimed fashion guru Roger Stone. Calling Don Lemon’s outfit a “call for help.”

Tucker said:

“He showed up at work the other day dressed like John Fetterman. Kind of homeless, he was wearing a hoodie with a suit coat.”

Additionally, Stone also gave his two cents for the outfit, saying:

“I made an international best and worst dressed list. You’re right. That’s wrong on every count, unless, of course, you’re running for the US Senate in Pennsylvania.”

Netizens also had a mixed reaction to Don Lemon’s outfit as some stated they didn’t care what the presenter wore as they loved his reporting style, others seemed to agree with Tucker and Stephen as they also thought the outfit was an inappropriate one host the news broadcast.

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