WATCH: Awkward! US breakfast TV hosts aren’t impressed with Cara Delevingne’s …

29 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cara Delevingne Annoys News Anchors During Disastrously Awkward Interview and Tell Her, “Take a Little Nap, Maybe Get a Red Bull”.

The model turned actress was chatting with the morning show’s co-hosts via satellite when all hell broke loose when the the California TV stars started grilling the crap out of poor Delevingne for no apparent reason. One newscaster recalled an earlier interview that Delevingne did for a British newspaper, and blurted out midway through the cringe-worthy chat, “You seemed a lot more excited about [the movie] than you do right now.

While discussing her role in Paper Towns, the model-turned-actress sarcastically answered a majority of the news anchors’ somewhat patronizing questions, before annoying them to the point of being told to “take a nap.” Delevingne, who participated via satellite, seemed irritated from the beginning of the interview. Are you just exhausted?” To be fair, the question came out of nowhere and Delevingne didn’t appear to be tired whatsoever, though she has been known to catch a few zzz’s during interviews in the past.

The premiere was last night and it felt like the end of an era, but I’m not any less excited than I was a couple of weeks ago,” the Brit beauty explained. Then, as if she didn’t fully and completely explain herself in a mature fashion, another newscaster chimed in, “You seem a bit irritated, perhaps it’s just us?” OK, at this point, it’s fair game for Delevingne to snatch off her earrings and go nuts on these people (just our humble opinion…), but instead she handles it once again like a pro and replies, “No, I think it’s just you.” As if the interview couldn’t have gotten any worse, the newscasters lash out with the following retort: “We’ll let you go then, how about that?

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