Watch Prince Harry Surprise a Crowd by Bringing Meghan Markle on Stage

Maybe we should just start calling Meghan Markle and Prince Harry the Duke and Duchess of Heart-Eye Emojis, as they continue their reign as the most publicly affectionate royal couple. The latest of piece of evidence: Prince Harry bringing Markle out on stage after he gave a speech in celebration of WE Day UK, an initiative that celebrates young leaders and encourages them to take part in social change.

“I’m now going to try and drag my wife on stage,” the Duke of Sussex said before walking over to help Markle onto the stage while the crowd cheered loudly. As the Duchess of Sussex waved to the crowd, Harry said, “I am with you, and we are with you, now get to work!”

Watch the sweet moment for yourself in the video below:

And, of course, there was hand-holding and adorable eye-gazing once Markle made it to the stage.

This event is one that is right up the Sussexes’ alley, seeing how much they both love empowering young people. “To be amongst all of you progressive, motivated, open minded, change-makers, is what gives me hope for the future,” Harry said in his speech. “Your optimism is inspiring — you see opportunities where other people see challenges; you seek solutions when others just focus on problems.” He went on to touch on issues ranging from mental health and climate change.

While Meghan didn’t take the mic, her presence was felt before she even took the stage. “Every day you are inundated with an overexposure of advertising and mainstream media, social media and endless comparisons, distorting the truth, and trying to manipulate the power of positive thinking. But you don’t let them sway you,” Harry said. “Because you don’t need to hide behind your device to share your voice. You confidently voice your opinions because you can embrace them proudly. As my wife often reminds me with one of her favorite quotes by Martin Luther King Jr: ‘Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.'”

Well said, Your Royal Highness.

Watch Prince Harry Surprise a Crowd by Bringing Meghan Markle Onstage

Maybe we should just start calling Meghan Markle and Prince Harry the Duke and Duchess of Heart-Eye Emoji, as they continue their reign as the most publicly affectionate royal couple. The latest of piece of evidence: Prince Harry bringing Markle out onstage after he gave a speech in celebration of WE Day UK, an initiative that celebrates young leaders and encourages them to take part in social change.

“I’m now going to try and drag my wife onstage,” the Duke of Sussex said before walking over to help Markle onto the stage while the crowd cheered loudly. As the Duchess of Sussex waved to the crowd, Harry said, “I am with you, and we are with you, now get to work!”

Watch the sweet moment for yourself in the video below:

And of course, there was hand-holding and adorable eye-gazing once Markle made it to the stage.

This event is one that is right up the Sussexes’ alley, seeing how much they both love empowering young people. “To be amongst all of you progressive, motivated, open-minded change-makers is what gives me hope for the future,” Harry said in his speech. “Your optimism is inspiring—you see opportunities where other people see challenges; you seek solutions when others just focus on problems.” He went on to touch on issues ranging from mental health to climate change.

While Meghan didn’t take the mic, her presence was felt before she even took the stage. “Every day you are inundated with an overexposure of advertising and mainstream media, social media and endless comparisons, distorting the truth and trying to manipulate the power of positive thinking. But you don’t let them sway you,” Harry said. “Because you don’t need to hide behind your device to share your voice. You confidently voice your opinions because you can embrace them proudly. As my wife often reminds me with one of her favorite quotes by Martin Luther King Jr: ‘Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.'”

Well said, Your Royal Highness.

The Bachelor Season 23, Episode 10 Recap: The Women Tell All

The Bachelor‘s Women Tell All special is a highlight every season. It’s like a Real Housewives reunion, but everyone talks about things like their “journey” and whether or not they’re down for Paradise instead of, like, bickering about where their sister-in-law is sitting on a couch. It’s thrilling. (Spoilers ahead.)

My favorite part is always right at the beginning, when Chris Harrison introduces all the women we forgot about. Remember Bri? Jane? Nina? That there was more than one woman named Alex? Who are these people???

We’ll never know, because CH moves right on to asking the women what they think about last night’s drama and Colton’s fence jump. “[If I were him,] I couldn’t look Tayshia and Hannah in the eyes after that,” Sydney says. Heather agrees, wondering how he could possibly finish the show after declaring his love for Cassie.

But what did the women think of Colton when they first met him? “I mean, he’s hot,” Hannah B. jokes. And what about that whole virginity thing? “I was excited to explore a man that’s a virgin.” Demi says. “Is it weird that I was kind of turned on?” Nobody gives her an answer.

Chris moves on, setting up a montage of the various drama and rivalries that plagued the season. Right away, as soon as the video ends, Courtney starts in on Demi. Chris pauses them to let Catherine the DJ, of all people, have her time to talk uninterrupted. Not much to unpack there, so we dig into Onyeka and Nicole’s feud. Nicole still feels like she was bullied by Onyeka, but Tracy speaks up and says that’s ridiculous. “You questioned whether I was emotionally stable…just because you had seen me crying,” Nicole says to Onyeka. Nina then chimes in, saying Nicole would talk shit all the time about the other women so she’s not totally innocent in this. Then Sydney stands up for Nicole, saying it seemed like Onyeka was acting out because she knew she was going to leave soon. “At least I didn’t leave like a coward, like you did,” Onyeka hits back. Basically, Onyeka says, Nicole was different on camera than she was off camera.

“Emotions are obviously running high,” Chris says, before kicking to a commercial break.

When we return, Chris asks Katie why she told Colton that some of the women weren’t ready for marriage. Caelynn says her warning put every relationship left, including her own, into question. At this, Katie finally reveals that, yup, she was talking about Caelynn and Cassie. It all stemmed from a conversation she heard the two have on a bus, during which she claims they talked about “winning” and potentially becoming the Bachelorette. Caelynn says she and Cassie were talking about their fears that one would get engaged and what that would mean for their friendship. According to Caelynn, she and Katie talked on the phone recently and confirmed this. Not true, Katie replies. “I hate this, actually,” she says. “I feel so mad I’m shaking. That’s the manipulation Hannah B. warned Colton about.”

Hannah B. asked to be left out of this drama, but if you must know, she remembers the bus conversation and she agrees with Katie’s version of events.

This leads Chris to ask Hannah B. where she and Caelynn stand. “We’re like oil and water,” she explains, but they’re on good terms now. Caelynn agrees—they’re never going to be best friends, but they can support each other and move on.

OK, time for Demi to explain why she shaded the “cougar club.” At this point I realize: Where is Elyse???? I paused to Google—turns out she’s at a friend’s wedding—so I didn’t hear Demi’s defense. Whatever it was, Tracy is clearly still not a fan. “Demi, you act like a child,” Courtney chimes in. Demi complains that Courtney wanted to “tone down Demi,” which made her upset. Demi admits that calling Courtney the cancer of the house was extreme and wrong. Because, “you’re more like bed bugs,” she says. “I only know how to do deal with mature adults,” Courtney replies, before getting up and stuffing a damn pacifier in Demi’s mouth. It’s…well, it’s really weird. (Read Demi’s thoughts on it here.)

Then Demi comes up on stage to talk to Chris. Being vulnerable is hard for her, she says, but she wanted to show Colton how serious she was. Demi reveals she never told any of the other women about her mom being in prison; she was also scared and embarrassed to tell Colton about it, but she appreciated how he responded once she did. She seems to be doing just fine post breakup, “I know who I am and I know that I’m a badass.” With that, Harrison teases that we’ll probably see her again (a.k.a. Paradise!).

The Bachelor’s Demi Burnett on That Pacifier Incident on ‘Women Tell All’

Demi Burnett hasn’t exactly been known for her maturity on The Bachelor this season. After all, she did shame several fellow contestants for being older than Colton. But that doesn’t mean she deserved what we’ll call Pacifier Gate on tonight’s Women Tell All.

Let’s back up: Earlier in the season, Demi frequently interrupted Courtney’s time with Colton. So Courtney (or a producer, perhaps) decided that appropriate payback would be to bring a pacifier to WTA to make a point about Demi’s childish ways. But then, Courtney took things too far: When the women got into a back and forth about Demi’s behavior, Courtney walked over and attempted to shove the pacifier in Demi’s mouth. Demi reacted by throwing the pacifier back at Courtney and threatening to walk off the show.

“That was not OK,” fellow contestant Onyeka Ehie told Glamour after the show. “Don’t touch someone. If she threw it at her, that’s one thing. But she shoved it down her throat! What the f-ck is wrong with you?” Courtney, however, did not apologize and was allowed to remain for the rest of the taping.

After the incident, Demi spoke with Glamour about what happened and more. Read on.

Glamour: Can you even begin to explain what happened with Courtney and that pacifier stunt?

Demi Burnett: That was ridiculous, that was insane. She had to make some kind of statement tonight, and I thought maybe she could do it verbally. She had to resort to doing it physically, but whatever. It’s 100 percent not OK. It made her look terrible. The only reason I’m not more mad about it is because everybody knows how bad that was. Everybody can see for themselves. I don’t have time to spend on her, thinking about what she did and being mad over it and filing assault charges. I don’t have time for that.

Why didn’t producers remove her from the rest of the taping?

Demi: I am surprised. I don’t know. I thought maybe she would have some sort of repercussion for it. I don’t know. I was pissed. I was like, “Who let her do this? Who gave her the pacifier? Where’d she pull it out of?” But I agree, she shouldn’t have been allowed to stay. I totally agree with that. That’s not fair to do to someone. My initial instincts were to start swinging, but I was like, stop it, you’re an adult, just throw it at her. [Laughs]

What happened after the show ended tonight?

Demi: She won’t even look at me. I’d like to stare at her and wait for her to look at me, but she never will. It made me so angry. I was like, “Who the f-ck let her do that?” That’s not OK to do to someone. That’s not OK to allow someone to behave that way.

Chris Harrison alluded to Paradise as the next step in your Bachelor journey tonight, but were you hoping to be considered for The Bachelorette?

Demi: Yeah, absolutely. I think both of them are opportunities that could result in a relationship or more self-discovery, but it is slightly offensive when people are only thinking Paradise, Paradise, Paradise. They think I’ll be so fun there, but I have a better shot at finding somebody on The Bachelorette. I’d have more guys who would be loyal to me, whereas in Paradise a new girl could walk in at any second and they’ll just dump me and I’ll be hurt all over again. So, that’s just kind of the struggle there. But I’m open-minded, so we’ll see.

‘Bachelor’ Contestant Demi Burnett on That Pacifier Incident on ‘Women Tell All’

Demi Burnett hasn’t exactly been known for her maturity on The Bachelor this season. After all, she did shame several fellow contestants for being older than Colton. But that doesn’t mean she deserved what we’ll call Pacifier-gate on tonight’s Women Tell All.

Let’s back up: Earlier in the season Demi frequently interrupted Courtney’s time with Colton. So Courtney (or a producer, perhaps) decided that appropriate payback would be to bring a pacifier to WTA to make a point about Demi’s childish ways. But then Courtney took things too far: When the women got into a back-and-forth about Demi’s behavior, Courtney walked over and attempted to shove the pacifier into Demi’s mouth. Demi reacted by throwing the pacifier back at Courtney and threatening to walk off the show.

“That was not OK,” fellow contestant Onyeka Ehie told Glamour after the show. “Don’t touch someone. If she threw it at her, that’s one thing. But she shoved it down her throat! What the fuck is wrong with you?” Courtney, however, did not apologize and was allowed to remain for the rest of the taping.

After the incident, Demi spoke with Glamour about what happened and more. Read on.

Glamour: Can you even begin to explain what happened with Courtney and that pacifier stunt?

Demi Burnett: That was ridiculous, that was insane. She had to make some kind of statement tonight, and I thought maybe she could do it verbally. She had to resort to doing it physically, but whatever. It’s 100 percent not OK. It made her look terrible. The only reason I’m not more mad about it is because everybody knows how bad that was. Everybody can see for themselves. I don’t have time to spend on her, thinking about what she did and being mad over it and filing assault charges. I don’t have time for that.

Why didn’t producers remove her from the rest of the taping?

DB: I am surprised. I don’t know. I thought maybe she would have some sort of repercussion for it. I don’t know. I was pissed. I was like, “Who let her do this? Who gave her the pacifier? Where’d she pull it out of?” But I agree, she shouldn’t have been allowed to stay. I totally agree with that. That’s not fair to do to someone. My initial instincts were to start swinging, but I was like, “Stop it, you’re an adult, just throw it at her.” [Laughs]

What happened after the show ended tonight?

DB: She won’t even look at me. I’d like to stare at her and wait for her to look at me, but she never will. It made me so angry. I was like, “Who the fuck let her do that?” That’s not OK to do to someone. That’s not OK to allow someone to behave that way.

Chris Harrison alluded to Paradise as the next step in your Bachelor journey tonight, but were you hoping to be considered for The Bachelorette?

DB: Yeah, absolutely. I think both of them are opportunities that could result in a relationship or more self-discovery, but it is slightly offensive when people are only thinking Paradise, Paradise, Paradise. They think I’ll be so fun there, but I have a better shot at finding somebody on The Bachelorette. I’d have more guys who would be loyal to me, whereas in Paradise a new girl could walk in at any second and they’ll just dump me and I’ll be hurt all over again. So that’s just kind of the struggle there. But I’m open-minded, so we’ll see.

19 Phenomenal Hairstyles From the Fall 2019 Runways

Because fashion is one of the few things left in the world that moves at a slow pace, we just wrapped the four-week stretch known as Fashion Month—in which designers from New York, London, Milan, and Paris set the new trends for two seasons from now. There were gorgeous clothes and groundbreaking model moments, of course, but there were also some truly outstanding beauty looks, particularly when it came to hair. And unlike, say, a down jacket or miniskirt, hair isn’t weather dependent, which means we can wear our favorite styles from the runways now and into the fall. And oh man, were there some good hair ideas. From the freshest new take on ponytails (so many ponytails!) to the revival of crimped hair (yep, it’s coming back), read on for our editors’ favorite looks of the season.

Totême Is the Minimalist Brand Where I Buy All My Wardrobe Essentials

I’ve believed in the idea of an “investment piece” since I got my first paycheck. I would save up a month’s worth of babysitting money to buy that one top I had my eye on, that I absolutely needed and “couldn’t live without.” It doesn’t matter that I probably only ended up wearing it twice—it was satisfying to me to work towards buying something for myself, especially as someone who’s always loved fashion. Even now, as an adult, I still tend to spend in this way: I won’t shop frequently, but I will put away money with the purpose of blowing it all on one thing that feels special. It helps that, as an editor, I’m constantly learning about new brands and, over the years, have been able to identify the handful of silhouettes that are essential to me (and can feel good spending a little bit more on.) It’s taken me years, but I’ve finally found a label that checks off every single one of my requirements: The designs have to be minimal and refined, that I can wear multiple times a week without getting tired of them, that are versatile enough to withstand the lifestyle of someone with a full-time fashion job and two kids.

Reader, let me tell you, Totême has changed the game for me.

This Swedish brand is a few years old (it was founded in 2014), but it’s only recently taken over the “essentials” section of my closet. What really set it apart for me, in a market that’s saturated with brands making basics, is its easy Scandinavian minimalism. Totême is the brainchild of blogger Elin Kling and husband Karl Lindman, who are both from Sweden. And you can tell how their background informs their design, from the limited, muted color palette to the tight product edit.

The first thing I bought from Totême was a pair of black trousers. And ever since I first wore them out, people have been stopping to ask me where I got them from and where I got them tailored. That’s how well they fit. (And for the record: They didn’t need a tailor.) To be able to purchase a piece of clothing that actually fit as intended, without the intervention of a third party, is what sold me on the brand. That doesn’t usually happen for me: Usually, the waist will be too loose and the pant too long, so I’ll have to have it tightened and hemmed. Not the case here.

Totême doesn’t design according to trends, so its pieces don’t go out with every passing season. Instead, your purchase is meant to live on in your closet. (As such, the pricing is not quite luxury, but not disposable: Pieces start at just under $100 and cap out at just under $1,000.) That doesn’t mean they’re not special, though: There are plenty of details, like a front slit on a pant or asymmetrical buttons on a blouse, that make them stand out from all your regular black bottoms and white button-downs. Whenever I wear something from this brand, I immediately get that feeling of, Wow, this looks effortless—which, to be honest, is the ultimate and hardest-to-achieve fashion goal.

As of this post, I own around 25 pieces from Totême. (Yes, I love the brand that much.) I’ve worn them to the office, to dinner, to my kid’s school, and on vacation. Now, I’m sharing my best-kept wardrobe secret so you, too, can stock up on these new essentials. Find some of my favorites, below.

How to Quit Your Job and Stay Friends With Your Boss

When I first moved to New York, I worked in book publishing, where I assisted two lovely women (Michelle and Jen, hi!). As cliché as it sounds, we became like a little family during my year at the company. Once, they took turns cradling me in their arms when I showed up violently hungover to our office Christmas party. (I was 22, and it was the holiday season—what can I say?) Our weekly check-ins became like mini-therapy sessions. We even exchanged framed photos from The First Wives Club, our favorite movie, with our faces photoshopped over Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, and Diane Keaton’s.

When I realized I was ready to move on from that job to pursue my dream of writing here at Glamour, I was a wreck about how to tell them—and petrified that leaving would break our bond. Before I quit, I spent a lot of time thinking about their communication styles and how I could make them feel valued. Gifts and notes were a big part of our relationships, so after I delivered the news face-to-face I gave each of them a card. I peppered my note with anecdotes about the great times we’d had together, inside jokes, and how their mentorship had prepared me to take on my next role. Now, they’re still my biggest cheerleaders. We have dinner at least every other month, they read all of my articles, and I stay just as caught up about their lives. It’s not always easy to let your boss know you’re ready to move on, but the very best ones will still be proud of you, as sad as they are to see you go.

We spoke to former employers and employees who still get happy hour drinks, share memes over DM, and go to one another for advice about how they were able to leave the nest, while still keeping their relationship in tact.

Give Your Boss Their Due

“Before I became the editor-in-chief of Glamour, I was the head of social media and director of strategy at CNN. My boss was Meredith Artley, CNN’s editor-in-chief. We worked together for about three and a half years, and I don’t think I could be in this job right now if she hadn’t been my previous boss. When this opportunity at Glamour came up, I was actually really happy in my job—so it was surprising that I was leaving.

“When it came time to tell Meredith I was resigning, she was very excited for me. We both shed some tears, and we were mutually very excited as well as mutually upset that we were no longer going to be working together. But she saw it as a big move for me, because the best bosses are your biggest cheerleaders when you’re with them and when you go onto different, bigger, and better things. It was also really important to me to make sure Meredith knew I wouldn’t be getting this job without her. Don’t be shy about articulating how much this boss meant to you. If you’re leaving because your boss has helped you grow into a place where you can take this next job—like mine did—make sure you say that.

“If you want to remain friends with your boss, make sure it’s not just platitudes when you say you want to stay in touch. I reach out to Meredith all the time, I’m always chasing her for dinner and drinks so don’t just say it—actually follow up. In my first few months at Glamour I even went to Meredith for advice about some of the things I wanted to tackle in my new role. Make sure to keep them in your corner.” —Samantha Barry, editor-in-chief of Glamour

Be Real With Them

“I was a Project Manager at an agency in New Orleans for six months. I worked under the COO, and we were close. She was a great mentor, and I spent most of my days in her office working through problems. When I knew I wanted to leave, I had a conversation with her very early about what I was thinking about for my next step, and was honest that I was toying around with a few ideas. Although she didn’t want me to leave, she was able to give me great advice about following through on what’s best for me. She knew that I needed to spread my wings further and didn’t hold back on encouraging me to leave if I needed to. When I finally put in my resignation she already knew it was coming. The conversation was mainly filled with advice and encouragement.

Kate Beckinsale and Pete Davidson’s Relationship: A Complete Timeline

Kate Beckinsale and Pete Davidson‘s relationship is the most surprising celebrity coupling to happen since, well, Davidson’s relationship with Ariana Grande. Everyone was thrown for a loop when the Saturday Night Live star and the British actress were seen flirting at a post-Golden Globes party. They’ve kept things low-key since then, but there have been a few public outings that suggest their affection is at least growing. From kissing at a hockey game (sorry, Antoni) to a rumored vacation with friends, these two are shaping up to be the it couple of 2019. If they’re even dating, of course. Keep in mind neither has formally confirmed their relationship status. But they’re captivating the entire Internet, even still.

Below, a complete timeline of Kate Beckinsale and Pete Davidson’s whirlwind romance:

January 8, 2019: Beckinsale and Davidson are spotted leaving a Golden Globes after-party together. “They were being very flirty together, they were sitting very close on the outside patio seating,” a source told Page Six. “Kate had her hand on his knee, and she kept laughing at all his jokes.”

January 10, 2019: Beckinsale slyly responds to an Instagram commenter who took a dig at her and Davidson. “Dear heavens, Kate. Not Pete Davidson,” the person wrote underneath a photo Beckinsale uploaded of her mom, Judy Loe. She simply responded, “No, that’s my mother. Easy mistake.”

January 14, 2019: Davidson low-key references Beckinsale at one of his standup shows. Us Weekly reports that when an audience member shouted Beckinsale’s name, Davidson “smiled sheepishly” and said one very telling word: “yes.”

February 4, 2019: Davidson and Beckinsale are photographed holding hands yet again.

February 8, 2019: Davidson’s ex-fiancée Ariana Grande gives his relationship with Beckinsale her seal of approval. When asked by a TMZ cameraman what she thinks of the union, she responded, “So cute!”

February 10, 2019: Rumors spread the two are planning a holiday together.Specifically, a trip with friends to somewhere like Hawaii or Bali. “They want to keep things low key–Kate is recovering from being hospitalized and Pete just went through a really tough time very publicly–but it’s hard as they can’t keep their hands off each other in public,” a source told The Sun. “They’re planning a holiday to get away from the cameras and get to know each other better. They want to take the pressure off and see where the relationship will go.”

February 12, 2019: A story comes out in Heat magazine with more details about Beckinsale and Davidson. “Pete is absolutely besotted… he’s been showering her with gifts and burning up her phone,” a source told the publication. However, this person doesn’t seem to think the relationship will last. “She’ll get bored eventually and move on like she always does,” the source added. “That’ll leave Pete nursing a broken heart because he always falls hard and fast like this. Look at what happened with Ariana.”

February 16, 2019: Beckinsale shuts down yet another stranger who made a rude comment about her and Davidson. “Disappointed in your dating choices,” the user wrote, to which she replied, “Pretty let down by your wonky beard but thought possibly rude to say.”

March 4, 2019: Beckinsale and Davidson have their first public kiss. At a New York Rangers hockey game. This pic of the two of them plus Queer Eye‘s Antoni Porowski has since become a viral meme.

March 5, 2019: More details about their relationship emerge. “Kate’s very into Pete,” an insider tells E! News. “You wouldn’t necessarily put them together, but it’s working for now. She’s excited about getting to know him and hoping to spend more time with him.” The source added, “He always has her laughing, and that’s a good feeling to have. They talk a lot and never run out of things to say.”

Ariana Grande Has Unveiled Her Very Own Drink Cloud-Themed Starbucks Drink

Yesterday, March 4, Ariana Grande posted a mysterious tweet directed at Starbucks that featured a string of seemingly random emojis. But it turns out, she wasn’t just craving caffeine. The singer just unveiled that she’s actually teamed up with the coffee company to release her very own drink: the Cloud Macchiato.

Starbucks then revealed in a tweet that the new drink comes in caramel and cinnamon, and it’s so “light and fluffy they’re basically a cloud in a cup.” No, there is no Grande-branded sweetener involved, but the concoction does contain a vanilla-flavored foam made with egg white powder, which causes it to appear cloud-like. That frothy quality also explains why the company had been non-stop tweeting about clouds in the last 24 hours.

“We’ve long been fans of Ariana Grande’s (and we’re both fans of Clouds), so we’re excited to work with her to celebrate the debut of Cloud Macchiato,” Starbucks said in a statement, according to USA Today.

Ariana, meanwhile, tweeted a few photos in a Starbucks apron and hash-tagged them #starbucksambassador. Within just a few minutes, fans had already swarmed their local baristas and started posting pictures of the drink. One fan, whom Ariana retweeted, let the world know that they could “officially confirm that the caramel cloud macchiato does indeed slap.”

However, others had some very legitimate questions. The egg white powder doesn’t appear to be safe for vegans who still want a side of cloud in their beverage. And others took issue with Ariana partnering up with a big corporation so close to International Women’s Day, calling it a version of “branded female empowerment.” (Starbucks has shared that for International Women’s Day, they’re also planning to release two playlists, one which will include Grande.)

“You cannot write better parody of woke capitalism than the actual thing,” one Twitter user wrote, adding, “Happy International Women’s Day from Ariana Grande and Starbucks. You’re doing feminism with the coffee.” Ariana only responded to say International Women’s Day is on March 8, but didn’t address the criticism further.

She later tweeted about her upcoming tour, which is going to keep her busy the next few months—we’re guessing she’s going to be drinking a lot of her own coffee when she needs a boost.