Why Do People Think One Of The Golden Girls Is Coming To Rockford, Illinois?
Are you thinking, "Wait, aren't the main actresses from Golden Girls dead?" If so, you would be correct. So why in the world would people be under the impression that any of them might be on a tour?
The confusion starts with an early morning post to Facebook but a Rockford, Illinois television station.
As a content contributor and creator a few questions come to mind.
- Was this post scheduled to appear on the brand's Facebook account at 6 AM?
- Was it posted in real-time and the person responsible hadn't consumed enough caffeine yet?
Regardless, it's too funny to ignore, especially the comments.
Maybe you're looking at this photo thinking, "I don't see anything wrong. What's the big deal?" Allow me to explain.
The message is lacking one thing, and it might be more beneficial than the photo- it's the performer's name. With such an important piece of information missing, it's no wonder there are comments like these.
This is another moment in time where Facebook is the outlet for laughter. People quickly made a note of how much this performer resembled Bea Arthur.
Is that one of the Golden Girls?
Given the time of morning this was posted to Facebook, it's hard to argue some sort of resemblance between the legendary bassist and Dorothy from The Golden Girls.
So what's the deal? It's an obvious flub.
Truth be told, and all jokes aside, the legendary bass player is John Lodge, who played in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band The Moody Blues.
He's bringing his iconic skills to the Coronado Performing Arts Center in Rockford, Illinois, on July 18, 2023. You can find ticket information here.