In Britain they are called Tangos after the infamous ‘You know when you’ve been Tango’d’ adverts of the 90s, but it seems that the beverage manufacturer has taken the idea and run with it with the creation of Tango fake tan.
Is it meant in jest, or will people actually buy and use the radio-active orange tan for anything other than fancy dress? It seems that Christina Aguilera and a few of her friends may have taken the You’ve Been Tango’d satire a little to seriously…
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- By: Victoria FrostJul 4, 2009