Cara Delevingne Fires Back at Game of Thrones’s Richard Madden for Calling Her …

17 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cara Delevingne and Robb Stark are in a war of words.

Richard Madden has some opinions about Cara Delevingne – and her cringe-worthy “Good Day Sacramento” interview earlier this summer – and they’re not good. So this is about as improbable as celebrity feuds get, but, we would assess, its seeming “random-ness” gives it a sort of appealing, freewheeling, Mad-Libs-filled-in-by-a-bored-entertainment-editor feel . . .When you play the game of Hollywood, either you talk smack on another artist in an interview — or you discover that someone’s talked smack on you, then fire back at them via Twitter. (Or the stage at the VMAs, if you’re Nicki Minaj.) Which brings us to the feud of the day: Cara Delevingne vs.

Yes, model and actress Cara Delevingne and actor Richard Madden (best known for playing Robb Stark on Game of Thrones) are ensconced in a feud, which is now playing out, as most celebrity feuds tend to, on Twitter. It made her seem ungrateful.” He even suggested the model-turned-actress might want to think of a career change: ““If you’re not capable of [answering questions] gracefully, then don’t do it.” Cara’s evidently not a Game Of Thrones star as she tweeted Richard: ”I have no idea who you are,” before launching into her furious rebuke and snarkily telling Richard to keep his nose out her business.

It all began when Madden apparently told Britain’s Style magazine — in an article that hasn’t been posted online — that a certain infamous interview made Delevingne appear “unprofessional” and “ungrateful.” That interview, of course, was Delevingne’s July run-in with Good Day Sacramento. Cara hasn’t replied to his call for a truce yet, but she has retweeted a fan photo which references Nicki Minaj asking Miley Cyrus “What’s good?” at the MTV Video Music Awards after Miley had spoken negatively about her in the press. According to Madden, though, the fault lies with Delevingne herself: “She showed her age,” he told Style, apparently without sympathy for his fellow actor: “For Cinderella I did six weeks of those interviews, where you get asked the same eight questions. Fortunately, because Madden and Delevingne ultimately have more in common than not — they’re both beautiful celebrities, after all — the Cinderella star eventually found a way to spin the whole incident in order to make it someone else’s fault.

Misquoted and blown out of proportion. #SlowNewsWeek.” This likely marks the end, for now, of this celebrity feud, though, given the trajectory of many prior feuds, which often end in reconciliation, do not be surprised if we see a joint selfie of the two (likely involving them both playfully holding their fists up, or something like that) in a few weeks.

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