It's Fashion Week in New York, which means industry bigwigs and all kinds of celebrities have descended on Manhattan for a first glimpse at the hottest looks of spring 2017.
Oh, and Tiffany Trump is there, too.
As we reported yesterday, Tiffany and her boyfriend, Ross Mechanic - who we're assuming is a relatable cyborg created in the same blue collar 'bot factory that gave us Joe the Plumber - have been on hand for several fashion week events.
And from the sound of it, they were greeted about as warmly as Jared Kushner at one of the meetings Steve Bannon holds in his basement.
The 23-year-old recent college grad and her presumably rugged, callous-handed man were granted front row seats for the Philipp Plein show at the New York Public Library last night.
But according to numerous witnesses, awkwardness ensued, as the glitteratti scrambled to avoid being spotted sitting next to the youngest daughter of Herr Weasel Wig.
"Seating sh-tshow at Philipp Plein because no editors want to sit near Tiffany Trump. SHOCKER," wrote Alyssa Vingan Klein, the editor-and-chief of Fashionista.com.
"Phillip Plein at 10PM: 1 hour late start, editors fleeing just so they don’t have to sit behind Tiffany Trump," tweeted Nikki Ogunnaike, senior fashion editor at Elle.
Wall Street Journal fashion columnist Christina Brinkley tweeted a photo of an empty front row seat (an extreme rarity at NYFW), along with a caption reading:
"Nobody wants to sit next to Tiffany Trump at Philipp Plein, so they moved and the seats by her are empty."
Remarkably, the president has yet to tweet about the alleged mean-girling of his least-favorite daughter.
We're sure he's conflicted, as his first instinct was probably to order a drone strike on Manhattan, but his wife, kid, and tower still live there.
If we catch wind of a massive government research project to determine if it's possible to uproot a skyscraper and relocate it 200 miles south, we're calling for the immediate evacuation of all five boroughs.
Sure, The Hollywood Gossip might not be the first place you'd think to look for potentially life-saving updates about the planned devastation of major American cities, but we're out here like Teen Vogue, putting our lives at risk to bring you the truth, people!
Sadly, all of this could've been avoided if Tiffany's music career had taken off to the point that fashion industry insiders were willing to overlook her father's instrumental role in bringing about the End Times.
Is it too late to start downloading her horrendous single in order to stave off nuclear annihilation?
Maybe, but if you've heard the song, you know it's really not worth it.