Social media users said the 2019 Oscars stage ‘looked like Donald Trump’s hair’

Users on social media had a strong reaction to the set for the 91st Annual Academy Awards, saying it looked like the president’s hair.

The flowing design of the Oscars stage, built at the Dolby Theatre in Holllywood, was likened by many on Sunday night to the coif atop President Donald Trump‘s head.

‘That stage looks like Donald Trump’s hair,’ Twitter user @ninjabels7 said, far from alone in making the observation.

The set was designed by award-winning creative director and designer David Korins, who worked on the sets for Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen.

Verified Twitter user Ben Popper wondered if it was done intentionally, writing: ‘Wait, is the Oscar stage designed to look like Trump’s hair?’ 

The actual theme behind the final result was inclusivity, Korins said.

The design of the 2019 Oscars stage by David Korins, built at the Dolby Theatre in Holllywood, was likened by many on Sunday night to the coif atop President Donald Trump's head 

The design of the 2019 Oscars stage by David Korins, built at the Dolby Theatre in Holllywood, was likened by many on Sunday night to the coif atop President Donald Trump's head 

The design of the 2019 Oscars stage by David Korins, built at the Dolby Theatre in Holllywood, was likened by many on Sunday night to the coif atop President Donald Trump’s head 

'That stage looks like Donald Trump’s hair,' Twitter user @ninjabels7 said, and she was far from alone in making the observation

'That stage looks like Donald Trump’s hair,' Twitter user @ninjabels7 said, and she was far from alone in making the observation

‘That stage looks like Donald Trump’s hair,’ Twitter user @ninjabels7 said, and she was far from alone in making the observation

Verified Twitter user Ben Popper wondered if it was done intentionally, writing: 'Wait, is the Oscar stage designed to look like Trump’s hair?'

Verified Twitter user Ben Popper wondered if it was done intentionally, writing: 'Wait, is the Oscar stage designed to look like Trump’s hair?'

Verified Twitter user Ben Popper wondered if it was done intentionally, writing: ‘Wait, is the Oscar stage designed to look like Trump’s hair?’

A person identified as Brian Matthews from Texas apparently thought the display was worthy of taking home its own Oscar.

‘The award for best actor goes to Donald Trump’s Hair for it’s spectacular work as the Stage Facade,’ Matthews tweeted.

User @Matthew_T_Rader agreed, writing: ‘Such beautiful presidential Oscar winning hair!’

While Popper joked the uncanny resemblance between the set and the president hairdo may have been planned, inn truth, Korins was going for a different purposeful statement that didn’t have anything to do with the Commander in Chief’s aesthetic.

The design of the 2019 Oscars stage by David Korins, built at the Dolby Theatre in Holllywood, was likened by many on Sunday night to the coif atop President Donald Trump's head. The stage at the Dolby Theatre during the 91st Annual Academy Awards on Sunday in shown

The design of the 2019 Oscars stage by David Korins, built at the Dolby Theatre in Holllywood, was likened by many on Sunday night to the coif atop President Donald Trump's head. The stage at the Dolby Theatre during the 91st Annual Academy Awards on Sunday in shown

The design of the 2019 Oscars stage by David Korins, built at the Dolby Theatre in Holllywood, was likened by many on Sunday night to the coif atop President Donald Trump’s head. The stage at the Dolby Theatre during the 91st Annual Academy Awards on Sunday in shown

User @Matthew_T_Rader agreed, writing: 'Such beautiful presidential Oscar winning hair!'

User @Matthew_T_Rader agreed, writing: 'Such beautiful presidential Oscar winning hair!'

User @Matthew_T_Rader agreed, writing: ‘Such beautiful presidential Oscar winning hair!’

Jokes about the likeness between the 2019 Oscars set and President Donald Trump's hair filled social media over Sunday and Monday. Trump is pictured speaking during the 2019 White House business session with governors in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, DC on Monday

Jokes about the likeness between the 2019 Oscars set and President Donald Trump's hair filled social media over Sunday and Monday. Trump is pictured speaking during the 2019 White House business session with governors in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, DC on Monday

Jokes about the likeness between the 2019 Oscars set and President Donald Trump’s hair filled social media over Sunday and Monday. Trump is pictured speaking during the 2019 White House business session with governors in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, DC on Monday

‘I took a long, hard look at the world, and regardless of where you stand [politically], it’s pretty clear that there are a lot of hard-lined lines in the sand,’ Korins told Architectural Digest.

‘There’s a lot of rectilinear and rigid thinking and there’s a lot of ups and downs, and I wanted to make something that was a distinct statement about inclusion. There’s almost not a [single] straight line onstage and [in] the entire design.’

Korins continued: ‘We have built an installation of an incredibly soft, beautiful, sweeping, asymmetrical portal that wraps literally out into the audience, covers the opera boxes, and hugs the audience.

‘It is a statement of inclusion, it’s a statement about community in the room and then also reaching out through the camera with the different kinds of immersive angles.’

But from the very start of the show, parallels started being drawn between the sweeping motion of the set and Trump’s hairline.

From the very start of the show, parallels started being drawn between the sweeping motion of the set and Trump's hairline.

From the very start of the show, parallels started being drawn between the sweeping motion of the set and Trump's hairline.

From the very start of the show, parallels started being drawn between the sweeping motion of the set and Trump’s hairline.

Another user with account name @elunatyk joked, 'If Hollywood is so "liberal" why is the Oscar stage Donald Trumps hair?'

Another user with account name @elunatyk joked, 'If Hollywood is so "liberal" why is the Oscar stage Donald Trumps hair?'

Another user with account name @elunatyk joked, ‘If Hollywood is so “liberal” why is the Oscar stage Donald Trumps hair?’

A Twitter user listed as Kayla and tagged as living in Seattle said, ‘Can’t wait to spend the next 3 hours watching celebs standing under Trump’s hair.’

Another user with account name @elunatyk joked, ‘If Hollywood is so “liberal” why is the Oscar stage Donald Trumps hair?’  

A user listed as being named Jessica teased that the president might expect royalties for the setup, which he said bore a striking resemblance to his hairstyle. 

A user listed as being named Jessica teased that the president might expect royalties for the setup, which he said bore a striking resemblance to his hairstyle

A user listed as being named Jessica teased that the president might expect royalties for the setup, which he said bore a striking resemblance to his hairstyle

A user listed as being named Jessica teased that the president might expect royalties for the setup, which he said bore a striking resemblance to his hairstyle

‘Trump called…he’s mad that no one asked for his permission to use the likeness of his hair for the oscars stage…’ Jessica wrote. 

One outspoken user with the account handle @CupcakePond wrote, in all caps, ‘#Oscars NO ONE CAN TELL ME THAT PROSCENIUM ARCH IS NOT DONALD TRUMP’S HAIR. NO ONE.’

(The proscenium arch is the part of a theater stage in front of the curtain.)

Laughter is another great way to bring people together, so it looks like Korins accomplished his goal in multiple ways on Hollywood’s big night. 

One outspoken user with the account handle @CupcakePond wrote, in all caps, '#Oscars NO ONE CAN TELL ME THAT PROSCENIUM ARCH IS NOT DONALD TRUMP'S HAIR. NO ONE'

One outspoken user with the account handle @CupcakePond wrote, in all caps, '#Oscars NO ONE CAN TELL ME THAT PROSCENIUM ARCH IS NOT DONALD TRUMP'S HAIR. NO ONE'

One outspoken user with the account handle @CupcakePond wrote, in all caps, ‘#Oscars NO ONE CAN TELL ME THAT PROSCENIUM ARCH IS NOT DONALD TRUMP’S HAIR. NO ONE’

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