Florence Pughs glam team wears Miss Flo tees amid Dont Worry Darling drama

Florence Pughs glam team wears Miss Flo tees amid Dont Worry Darling drama

09/07/2022

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They’re just going with the Flo.

The drama surrounding “Don’t Worry Darling” stars Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde, Harry Styles and Chris Pine has dominated headlines during the Venice Film Festival 2022 — and this week, Pugh’s glam squad joined the chat.

In a mirror selfie that’s making the rounds on social media, the “Midsommar” star’s hair and makeup team can be seen prepping her for the flick’s premiere, dressed in black T-shirts that appear to be printed with “Miss Flo.”

The moniker stems from a leaked video of Wilde asking Shia LaBeouf — one of the original stars of her movie — to stay on 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 “Don’t Worry Darling” director initially said she fired LaBeouf due to his “combative energy” and to keep Pugh “safe,” the “Even Stevens” alumnus claimed he quit the movie instead.

After Wilde replaced LaBeouf with her now-boyfriend, Harry Styles, tensions continued on set, with a source telling Page Six that Pugh, 26, took issue with “seeing Olivia and Harry all over each other” while the former was allegedly still with her ex, Jason Sudeikis.

Pugh’s fans couldn’t get enough of her team’s shady tees.

“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 celebrity pettiness,” another write, while a third chimed in with, “I love when people take a slight and make it a thing. Legendary behaviour.”

The “Little Women” star’s hair and makeup artists aren’t alone in defending their star client; her stylist, Rebecca Corbin-Murray, got involved earlier this week, captioning photos of Pugh’s premiere look, “Miss Flo.”

Wilde’s stylist, Karla Welch, countered by posting an Instagram Story promising, “There’s always more to the story…”

Pugh stunned in Valentino Haute Couture at Monday’s premiere, after skipping the earlier press conference with her co-stars and Wilde.

Looking to get in on the drama with a “Miss Flo” shirt of your very own? They’re available online for less than $25 a pop.

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