Cara Delevingne mocked by local news anchors on ‘Good Day Sacramento’

29 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cara Delevingne clashes with TV hosts in awkward interview.

Cast member Cara Delevingne poses for photos at a photo call promoting her film “Paper Towns” at Claridges in London, Britain June 18, 2015. CARA DELEVINGNE has been heavily promoting her movie Paper Towns, but she was accused of not being “irritated” while having to promote it on morning television. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett – RTX1H4L0 That’s what one of the hosts of a morning TV show said right after they abruptly ended their live interview with Cara Delevingne because they didn’t like her attitude. The 22-year-old actress appeared via video link on Good Day Sacramento, but her upbeat personality failed to shine through while talking to the programme’s anchors – Marianne McClary, Ken Rudulph and Mark S Allen.

Cara appeared on the early morning show after the New York premiere of the movie adaptation of the John Green novel and found her interview cut short because of her tone, with one anchor telling her “take a little nap, maybe get a Red Bull.” It didn’t get off to a great start when the programme’s anchor appeared to call her Carla, and the next few minutes where they tried to get a bit of information out of the blonde beauty were fairly painful. Delevingne, who was being interviewed for her role in the book-turned-movie “Paper Towns” was being extremely sarcastic throughout the Q&A on the show. When asked if she’d read the novel or if she could possibly squeeze it into her hectic schedule, Cara tried to smack on a fake smile but the sarcasm was clear as day. “Uh, no I never read the book, or the script. When confronted about her appearance, Delevingne brushed it all off, saying that she was just “exhausted” and that it was the night after the premiere, and she was feeling “emotional.” Paper Towns is based on a novel by John Green, and opened last weekend in the U.S. with a somewhat soft $12.6 mln – though the $12 mln budget means the film will still be seen as a hit.

Cara explained that she actually had a great connection with her character, having even said similar ines in the past as well as other “weird coincidences like that.” It’s then that a third anchor piles into the conversation, and calling out Cara on her weird vibe, insisting that she had appeared “more excited” in her other interviews.

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