On Tuesday, Cara Delevingne appeared on Good Day Sacramento via satellite to promote her film Paper Towns, and the interview uh, did NOT go according to anyone’s plan.
While discussing her role in the film, the 22-year-old sarcastically answered a few patronizing questions, and then…the news anchors turned on her.
When one anchor asked if the blonde beauty had read John Green‘s novel prior to filming the on-screen adaptation, she seemed a little annoyed.
“Uh, no. I never read the book or the script. I kind of winged it. No, of course, [I did.] John Green is an incredible author, so really if you haven’t read his books, you should.”
Hah. It’s called SARCASM, folks. But her deadpan sense of humor didn’t fly with the KMAX-TV news anchors. He asked:
“You seemed a lot more excited about [the movie] than you do right now? Are you just exhausted?”
“No, I mean, I’m still very excited. 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. Maybe I had a bit more energy. It’s the morning.”
Fair point, but then the anchors called her out and said she seemed “irritated.”She retorted:
“No. I think it’s just you.”
The GDS team cut the interview short but not before one last patronizing remark:
“We’ll let you go then, how about that? We’ll let you go and take a nap and maybe have a Red Bull.”
Who’s side are you on? The news anchors or Cara’s? Weigh in below.