At least two senator are among those lamenting the loss of 50 Most Beautiful.

Shortly after The Hill announced Wednesday that, after 14 years, it’s ending its annual 50 Most Beautiful list, Sen. Orrin HatchOrrin Grant HatchGOP moderates hint at smooth confirmation ahead for Kavanaugh GOP senators introduce resolution endorsing ICE Yale Law School students, alumni denounce Trump Supreme Court pick MORE’s (R-Utah) office tweeted to his more than 70,000 followers:

The despair was bipartisan. Democratic Sen. Heidi HeitkampMary (Heidi) Kathryn HeitkampDoug Jones walks tightrope on Supreme Court nominee Red-state Dem tells Schumer to 'kiss my you know what' on Supreme Court vote Dem infighting erupts over Supreme Court pick MORE (N.D.) also expressed a winking sense of regret over the effort she's been putting in, now that the list is gone:

Hatch and Heitkamp weren't the only ones to weigh in on the news that the beauty-filled list of lawmakers, congressional staffers, lobbyists, White House workers and D.C. political pros was coming to an end.

CNN’s John King called the move “an end of an era” on the network on Wednesday.

“The times, they are a changin’,” King said at the top of “Inside Politics.”

—Updated at 3:55 p.m.