Simpsons’ strange inauguration prediction

Wednesday - 20/01/2021 23:13
People claim the Simpsons predicted Kamala Harris’ outfit. Picture: The SimpsonsSource:Supplied
People claim the Simpsons predicted Kamala Harris’ outfit. Picture: The SimpsonsSource:Supplied
The Simpsons fans once again believe the show has predicted the future, after noticing an eerie detail in the new vice president’s outfit.

Once again there are claims that The Simpsons predicted the future, after fans noticed a strange similarity between Joe Biden’s inauguration and an episode of the show that aired in 2000.

Shortly after President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris arrived at the inauguration day event people pointed out an eerie detail in the VP’s outfit and one worn by Lisa Simpson in the episode Bart to the Future.

In the episode, which aired more than two decades ago, Lisa becomes the first female US President, taking over from Donald Trump.

The outfit worn by Lisa in that episode is almost exactly the same as the one worn by Ms Harris.

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Vice President Kamala Harris wore a very similar outfit to the one worn by Lisa. Picture: Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP
Vice President Kamala Harris wore a very
similar outfit to the one worn by Lisa.
Picture: Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFPSource:AFP
In the episode, which aired in 2000, Lisa is the first female president of the US. Picture: The Simpsons
In the episode, which aired in 2000, Lisa is
the first female president of the US.
Picture: The SimpsonsSource:Supplied

 

Both women sported a purple pantsuit, with a matching purple top, accompanied by pearl earrings and necklace.

Fans were quick to point out the detail on Twitter, sharing pictures of the pair side-by-side.

It is not known whether Ms Harris purposefully wore the outfit as a nod to the long-running animated series or whether it really was another strange coincidence.

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