Cara Delevingne: ‘Some people just don’t understand sarcasm’ | News Entertainment

Cara Delevingne: ‘Some people just don’t understand sarcasm’

30 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cara Delevingne deeply offends local newscasters with ‘sarcastic’ interview on ‘Good Day Sacramento’.

The 22-year-old model was promoting her new movie “Paper Towns” on “Good Day Sacramento” Tuesday when the news trio took cracks at her for appearing tired and “irritated” during the live segment. “We’ll let you go then, how about that? But the interview ended up being cut-short after the show’s presenters accused British Cara of being ‘irritated’, ‘tired’ and not showing much ‘oomph’ during the chat. However, defending her manner on the morning TV show, Cara has insisted she wasn’t tired, wasn’t grumpy and wasn’t fed up with all of the press for her film – she was just exercising her goold old British sense of humour. However, it’s unusual for the people of the Internet to side with the celebrity — generally, the stars are the ones mocked for their behavior, not the interviewers.

One fan wrote: ‘You get @CaraDelevingne to give “better answers” in this interview by asking better questions/saying her name right,’ while another said, ‘Is @CaraDelevingne “in a mood,” or are these anchors just horrible? (A: They’re horrible.).’ Cara’s chat with the news anchors, which took place the morning after the New York City premiere for the John Green movie adaptation, Marianne McClary, Ken Rudulph and Mark S Allen went viral thanks to its mega-awkwardness. Or the script actually, I kind of winged it,” Delevingne said dryly as the anchors chuckled. “No, of course I read the book, I think the book’s amazing. John Green is an incredible author.” Delevingne was equally puzzled by co-anchor Ken Rudolph, who asked if it’s easier for her to focus on work because she’s so busy. That’s when entertainment anchor Mark Allen jumped in, telling Delevingne that he loved the movie because the teens in the film “speak like middle-aged screenwriters rather than the awkward, dopey adolescent that I was.” Then things took a turn: “I saw you in London talking a couple weeks ago on TV, and you seemed a lot more excited about it than you do right now. She’s also in that Taylor Swift video ‘Bad Blood,’ everybody probably recognizes her from that as well. ” “Yes, rush out and see it, won’t you?” McClary deadpanned.

But then she wasn’t,” he said. “But still!” Allen protested. “You make $5 million for six weeks worth of work, you can pretend to talk to ‘Good Day Sacramento’ with some oomph!” There’s no doubt that Delevingne was being sarcastic. But so far, a lot of viewers appear far more upset by the way the interviewers acted so deeply offended when a) Their questions were a little patronizing to begin with, and b) This is pretty much Delevingne’s TV personality all the time. After Delevingne signed off, the anchors continued to lick their wounds. “She was so peppy on UK,” Allen said, mimicking her British accent: “Oh it was delightful!

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