Were the editors reacting to the passionate outcry from readers, or did they notice their faux pas when they found out that, actually, Chopra is the mega-star who is lifting Jonas's global celebrity status, so she couldn't possibly be using him for that reason?
The article, written by Mariah Smith, calls Priyanka a "global scam artist" whose PR machinery was on the lookout for a romance for her.
"I thought maybe this was just satire or something but scrolling her TL...she seems to obsessively hate Priyanka and it's weird".
"Upon further editorial review, we found this story did not meet our standards", the outlet said in a statement placed where the body of the article was.
As for her mangalsutra, Priyanka and Nick chose a lovely and unique ornament, complete with a tear-shaped diamond locket, three stones and a gold chain.
Smith finished her piece with: "Nick, if you're reading this, find that horse and gallop away as fast as you can!" "We've removed it and apologize", the outlet wrote. "I hope you do some soul-searching", one person responded.
Makeup artist Yumi Mori took to Instagram earlier this week to share a complete list of the Marc Jacobs Beauty products she used on the Bollywood beauty for her big day, including the brand's Le Marc Lip Crème in Oh Miley.
'You know, you think your whole life about that moment. She, a RELEVANT star resurrected a has-been child star's "career". "Forget petty. This piece is problematic and embarrassing", commented another. Did you mean to be amusing?
- Lauren Wolfe (@Wolfe321)also congrats to @TheCut for publishing the single most sexist and frankly xenophobic take on the priyanka/Jonas wedding?! "For a publication that "shows women what they are made of" The Cut has a lot to answer for".