Not every celebrity out there is ready to forgive Ariana Grande.
The singer remains in pretty hot water for having visited a bakery this week and been caught on camera saying she hates America when looking at a tray full of donuts.
Grande has since apologized on multiple occasions, but that didn't stop Laura Ingraham from slamming the singer as "spoiled and entitled."
Nor did Grande's mea culpa sit well with Rob Lowe, who Tweeted in response to Ariana's attempt at an explanation
"As my grandpa would say: "Yeah, sure. Pull the other leg, it plays jingle bells!"
We don't really think Grande dislikes America. But one does have to wonder why she was licking and spitting on the store's donuts.
Grande's actions have even launched a police investigation.
But while Lowe is not on Team Grande, Susan Sarandon is happy to stand up for the artist.
"Today, lick a doughnut in solidarity with @ArianaGrande. A sweet, talented, true American," Sarandon wrote on Twitter.
Ellie Kemper was even asked about the incident during a Today Show interview.
She labeled Grande a "sweet girl," but added:
"It’s the core behavior that I feel is enabled once you reach a certain level of success, and you think that you’re entitled to do what you want.
And let this be a lesson that you are not entitled to do whatever you want. And you can’t just go around licking donuts!"
Really, no one can argue with that last point.