They just go with the Flo.
The drama surrounding “Don’t Worry Darling” stars Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde, Harry Styles and Chris Pine dominated the headlines at the 2022 Venice Film Festival – and this week Pugh’s glamor crew joined the chat.
In a mirror selfie that is do the rounds social media shows star ‘Midsommar’ hair and makeup team preparing her for the film’s premiere, wearing black T-shirts that appear to be printed with ‘Miss Flo’.
The nickname comes from a leaked video in which Wilde Shia asks LaBeouf – one of the original stars of her film – to stay with the project.
“I think this might be a bit of a wake-up call for Miss Flo, and I want to know if you’re open to giving this a shot with me, with us,” Wilde, 38, said in the clip.
While the director of “Don’t Worry Darling” initially said she fired LaBeouf for his “combative energy” and to keep Pugh “safe,” the “Even Stevens” alumnus claimed he left the film instead. .
Tensions continued on set after Wilde replaced LaBeouf with her now-boyfriend, Harry Styles, with a source telling Vidak For Congress that Pugh, 26, disagreed with “looking Olivia and Harry over each other” , while the former was reportedly still with her ex, Jason Sudeikis.
Pugh’s fans couldn’t get enough of her team’s shady t-shirts.
“Please let her launch a clothing brand called Miss Flo, I BEG,” one commented on Twitter, while a second suggested Miss Flo branded makeup instead.
“I live for the pettiness of celebrities,” wrote another, while a third agreed, “I love it when people take a minus and make something out of it. Legendary behavior.”
The “Little Women” star hair and makeup artists are not alone in defending their star client; her stylist, Rebecca Corbin-Murray, got involved earlier this week, writing photos of Pugh’s premiere look, “Miss Flo.”
Wilde’s stylist, Karla Welch, responded by posting an Instagram story promising: “There’s always more to the story…”
Pugh stunned in Valentino Haute Couture at Monday’s premiere, having skipped the previous press conference with her co-stars and Wilde.
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