The Bustle Huddle: What Bustle's Editors Are Talking About On Feb. 28

We've made it to the end of February, everyone. Congrats! This month feels like it seriously flew by, but maybe it's just because January felt like it would never end. Let's see what March has in store...

Before you leave this month behind, though, make sure to check out all the news and events that had Bustle's editors talking today, Wednesday Feb. 28:

Ryan Seacrest + Allegations

After a former stylist at E! News came forward with allegations that Ryan Seacrest had repeatedly sexual assaulted and harassed her, Seacrest spoke out denying the claims — and now, the accuser, Suzie Hardy, has responded. "He is not the victim, and I refuse to let him victimize me for telling the truth," she told Variety. Currently, Seacrest is still set to host the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.

FYI: Here are the real reasons why you re-watch The Office so often.

Meghan Markle + Kate Middleton

On Tuesday, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton had their first royal engagement together, appearing at the Royal Foundation forum with Prince Harry and Prince William. It wasn't the first time the foursome has come together, but it was their first official event. Who else can't wait for the royal wedding?!

Awkward: Two of Harry's exes have reportedly been invited to the nuptials. Good luck to them all...

Larry Nassar + The Olympics

In the latest fallout from the massive sexual abuse scandal in USA Gymnastics, U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Scott Blackmun stepped down. Blackmun was reportedly complicit in allowing former gymnastics doctor and convicted abuser Larry Nassar to molest hundreds of girls, and many people had called for his resignation.

Must-Read: These 11 quotes from Evan Rachel Wood's testimony before Congress on sexual assault will devastate you.

Acne + A Cure

A makeup artist is going viral after sharing photos of his face before and after using drugstore products to help his acne. According to Antonio Bermudez, using inexpensive, accessible products like Cetaphil soap and St. Ives Apricot Scrub totally changed his appearance, and when you see the before and after photos, you'll be stunned by how well they worked to clear up his skin.

Aww: Since Black Panther, more black cats are getting adopted. Yay!

Today's WTF Moment: Tattoo ink made from cat fur is a thing now, apparently. Why?!

What to Watch: If you haven't yet watched Netflix's new special The Push, get on it. ASAP.