Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Sparks Weather Debate After Shirtless Photo

Little People, Big World star, Matt Roloff, is in Arizona staying at the vacation property he acquired from Caryn’s parents. Radar online noted that it looked like he was there for at least the whole of the July 4 week. Caryn and Matt seem to be loving Arizona. He recently posted a photo on Instagram that sparked a major debate about the weather and the best places to live in the USA.

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Matt Roloff looks to be warm and happy in Arizona weather

Matt’s photo of him sitting shirtless and holding a temperature gauge showed a tanned and healthy looking guy. It’s been a long time since he looked genuinely happy. Radar Online commented on that, writing, “[Matt] couldn’t be happier!” They also mentioned that he even held a book signing in Surprise, which went well for him. Hundreds of people reacted to the photo not so much because of his shirtless state, but because of the weather. Fans from across the world commented on that. In fact, if you want to know what the weather was this past week, head on over to Matt Roloff’s Instagram.

What’s interesting about the weather debate is that it totally overshadowed the haters. Sure, there were a few people trying to slap at him for leaving Oregon and Amy Roloff. One commenter wrote, “Not fond of you Matt Roloff  I could care less you moved to Arizona.” But mostly the comments were good. People in Arizona seem to generally be as warm as their climate. Not everyone loved the heat of Arizona, but they sure seem to love the low humidity. Well, as long as there is a pool to cool off in. It looked like Matt does have one, as the photo showed a reflection in the window. It looked like other people were in swimming costumes.

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Must admit… I love the hot temps with the low humidity. Today 109 with 11%.

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Warm and sunny Arizona mostly welcoming Matt

Warm and sun-loving people of Arizona had a lot of good things to say about the weather. In Touch Weekly noted that some people gave Matt advice about coping with the summer heat. “Hi Matt! Just make sure you start wearing sunscreen and hydrate,” was one comment. Another person mentioned it’s ideal to get “solar,” conserve energy and get the house cooled down.

Lots of people wished they could be in Arizona, especially those living in Florida where the heat brings humidity and sweat. Well, from all the chatter it was revealed by Matt Roloff’s followers that New York is too cold in the winter. Long Island’s humidity just sucks, and Africa is too humid and sweaty. Canada is awful in summer and Venezuela is enough to freak anybody out. Seattle city was the best of everything. Conversely, Louisiana is “horrible” for humid conditions.

Not all ‘Little People, Big World’ fans are angry with Matt

There were some people who were angry when Matt split from Amy and they won’t forgive him. Especially as Caryn worked on the Roloff farms. They suspect he had an affair with her and doesn’t care about the rest of his family. They feel the record-setting reality TV show made him rich and he just walked away. But if you think everyone hates Matt, just take a look at his Instagram. There’s a lot of people who are happy to see him smiling and relaxed.

The photo that Matt posted about loving the heat in Arizona sure sparked a lot of talk about the weather. But it also brought a lot of kind comments. Many people who live in Arizona reached out to welcome him to the area. Others hope that he will stay and live in their friendly state. Be sure to follow Soap Dirt on Twitter and like us on Facebook for the latest info on all your favorite soaps. Come back to Soap Dirt often for news about Little People, Big World!

Jane Flowers

I am a great admirer of Little People Big World and Lisa Vanderpump. The connection? Awesome people! I love to write about them. I studied journalism and communication theory in New Zealand and Australia. I am a self-published author and currently live and work in Africa.