Go Cara Delevingne! The ‘Paper Towns’ star has got some serious sass, and she’s not letting anyone try to take her down! If a mean morning show wants to mess with her — she’s going to talk back!
Paper Towns’ Cara Delevingne, 22, is defending herself after a disastrous interview with morning show Good Day Sacramento on July 29 went viral. The awkward appearance painted Cara in a difficult light when the anchors pelted her with condescending questions — and didn’t seem to like her sarcastic answers! But she’s not taking it lying down; she tweeted to explain a little bit about her side of the story. Click through to see her response!
Cara quickly took to Twitter on July 29 with a perfect explanation in hand: “Some people just don’t understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour,” she wrote. Shots fired! She actually has a good point there; Cara was being completely sarcastic when she responded to questions like: “Did you even read the book?” (ugh, so frustrating), with answers like ““No, I didn’t read the book or the script.” Hilarious!
It was pretty clear from Cara’s entire interview that she wasn’t being serious with her answers, but she was getting increasingly upset with the anchors, Kenneth Rudolph and Marianne McClary, acting like she was a bratty child. What was their deal? They started the interview by getting her name wrong (hey, Carla!), and ended it by cutting the segment short so she could “get a little nap, maybe get a Red Bull.” How rude!
After Cara’s tweet, Kenneth and Marianne both sent tweets of their own — and they couldn’t be more different. Kenneth wrote: “Yeah, I could have asked a better question. That was my bad. LOL” Okay, he at least admitted he was wrong!
Marianne — another story. She threw some shade at Cara, subtweeting: “Check out how a true class act deals with his jillionth interview: Sir Ian McKellan! « Good Day Sacramento http://t.co/Ylyqmzpcwz” That’s cold!
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— Samantha Wilson