1. When Jennifer Lawrence was asked about the "pressures" that come with being "the sexiest woman in the world," and she gave this answer.
2. When Fifth Harmony were asked if they'd call out one of their friends for being a "ho" and they were all CAN YOU NOT.
3. When Selena Gomez perfectly summed up exactly why Taylor Swift is so relatable for all women.
4. When Ariana Grande stuck up for Miley Cyrus.
"If you don't like it, don't look at it."
5. Before being ridiculously modest.
6. And when Selena Gomez used this question about her position on the Maxim 100 list to talk up Miley Cyrus.
7. When this interviewer was probably hoping for drama by asking Rihanna about other female musicians, but she was just full of praise.
8. And when Taylor Swift gave this answer when questioned about being on the same bill as Nicki Minaj.
9. When Rihanna expressed her awe at the Victoria's Secret models.
10. And when Kelly Rowland was full of compliments for the next generation of girl bands, and in particular, Little Mix.
11. When this interviewer tried to stir up rivalry between Katy Perry and Lady Gaga, but Katy was all ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
"She’s a fantastic performer. She takes a lot of artistic chances. It’s always interesting to watch her. Sometimes, it keeps me on my toes as a performer. It’s nice to have that. We both agree that we don’t like the competitive nature and we don’t encourage it from our fans. Because you’re not gonna listen to one artist your whole life, you’re going to listen to a medley of different artists. It’s not a competition. We don’t like that. I know it’s true, we made it very vocal on Twitter."
12. When Scarlett Johansson decided she wants to be Beyoncé in her next life.
Before saying she's "everything". ❤️
13. When Emma Watson used her status to talk about sexism in the film industry and show her support for female directors.
"Seven percent of directors are female. Why are we not telling women’s stories? Why are women not directing their own stories?"
14. And Keira Knightley used her status to sass the hell out of a Google executive and show her support for women in technology.
"We went, 'How many women have you got?' And he said, 'I don’t know, 20–30%.' And we were like, 'That’s not OK.' He was like, 'No, we’re working on it.' I said, 'Are you working hard on it?' and he said, 'Yeah, yeah, we’re working on it.' They always say, 'They’re very macho fields. Yes, if there are only 20 or 30% women, of course they’re very macho fields. You have 80% men!'