Uncomfortable interview goes from bad to worse in a hurry

29 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cara Delevingne accused of being ‘moody’ and ‘irritable’ by anchors in awkward interview.

Cara Delevingne, star of the upcoming movie “Suicide Squad” has given what some would describe as the most awkward interview ever on U.S. An interview with Cara Delevingne was cut short when the actress was told to “go and take a nap” and scolded by her hosts on an American morning show.Paper Towns star Cara Delevingne’s interview with Good Day Sacramento turned into car-crash TV as she became irritated with the anchors, who complained about her attitude and told her to “take a nap”.

The anchors started with some pretty patronising questions about whether the model-turned-actress had found the time to actually read John Green’s novel, Paper Towns, or whether she was “too busy”. Delevingne’s sarcastic answers (“No, I didn’t read the book or the script”) fell on deaf ears, though she might be forgiven for being a little put out after one of the anchors mistakenly called her Carla.

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. Instead of asking incisive questions about her role and the film, she was quizzed on being busy, tired, and asked how she managed to “focus” on different projects simultaneously. The 22-year-old model strained to crack a smile and rolls her eyes as the questions continue, dismissing a bumbling question about whether she functions better when she’s busy with “No, I don’t know where that comes from.

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. The same anchor then asked her what she liked about her character, Margo, and whether they had anything in common, to which Delevingne joked, “No, I actually hate her.” The exchange continued in this vein until a third anchor jumped in and informed her that she just didn’t seem “excited” enough. “Are you just exhausted?” he asked, eliciting a shocked look from Delevigne. “The premiere was last night,” she replied. “It was a very emotional night, felt like the end of an era. But I’m not any less excited than I was a couple of weeks ago.” But her response failed to quash their accusations, with another telling her: “You do seem a bit irritated. Perhaps it’s just us,” prompting Delevingne to respond: “Yes, perhaps it is just you.” Delevingne was clearly taken back and could be heard muttering “too far” before she was taken off air. She was in a mood!” Another mused: “You make $5 million for six weeks of work, you can pretend to talk to ‘Good Day Sacramento’ with some ‘oomph’!”

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