Florence Pugh Took a Photo of Her Hairstylist in a ‘Miss Flo’ Shirt

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The Don't Worry Darling drama has officially jumped the shark. Everyone's favorite messy press tour has merchandise. And I have a headache.

In a mirror selfie by Florence Pugh, shared by a fan on Twitter, the star's hairstylist appears to be wearing a shirt that says “Miss Flo,” a reference to director Olivia Wilde's nickname for the actor that she used when communicating with Shia LaBeouf about his decision to leave the project approximately one thousand news cycles ago. 

(It would genuinely take too long to catch you up on the many strains of drama circulating within the cast, so read up on the timeline if you're confused.)

A quick Google search confirms that yep, the item exists. The shirt seen in the picture can be yours via Moteefe.com for $24.26. And that, sadly, ain't all! There is a full page of Etsy merch dedicated to this minor White People Drama, including a $30 sweatshirt with Harry Styles's word salad about movies and another that says “Mentally at the Venice Film Festival 2022” that I admit is kind of cute. If you order your “Spit on Me, Harry” shirt today, it will arrive between September 12 and 19, at which point, yes, people will remember the reference, but you will look like a real dork for wearing it on a shirt.

And I can almost guarantee you that a year from now people will assume “Miss Flo” refers not to Florence Pugh but to the menstrual cycle, so bear that in mind when you step out in your stuff.

I feel like these sellers should give some of the profits to the people involved or, like, an organization that also maybe trains them as filmmakers? 

Anyway, let me leave you with the perspective of Nick Kroll enjoying the disappointment on everyone's faces when he isn't one of the people involved in the drama:

Help.

Originally Appeared on Glamour