Lily Allen's probably wishing she'd stuck to covering Keane and helping John Lewis flog festive geegaws.
Instead, she's found herself caught up in being guilty of not having addressed every single social wrong in a three-minute pop parody video.
There's a lot of stuff been churned out about the Hard Out Here video, and, I suspect, there is much more to come, although anything that goes beyond 'perhaps Allen didn't think through absolutely everything through from every angle' is probably overboiled and aimed at a soft target.
What is quite interesting, though, is the interesting and polite interaction between Suzanne Moore and Lily Allen on Twitter last night - proving, at least, that it is possible to disagree, and disagree about fundamental and important things, without resorting to ALLCAPS FUCK-LOBBING.
What is even more interesting, though, is that Allen appears to have deleted her messages to Moore, leaving Moore appearing to be talking into thin air. It's a pity, as Allen made a really sharp point, reminding Moore of the time Suzanne accidentally upset trans people.
It all ended with this:
2) Feminism is cool about disagreement . I respect. @lilyallen We are grown ups . We both give as good as we get.— suzanne moore (@suzanne_moore) November 14, 2013
But it's disappointing that Lily's side of the debate has vanished already, and her Twitter feed returned to a bland list of viewcounts and iTunes positions. I'd rather hear her thoughts than Keane covers.