Model-actress-flasher Cara Delevingne was left hanging without her #Squad (Suicide or otherwise) on Good Day Sacramento as part of promotional duties for her new movie, Paper Towns. Her early-morning interview was scheduled hours after the film’s “emotional” premiere, and Delevingne wasn’t in the mood to talk with the overly chipper anchors.
Especially when one of them called her “Carla.”
Things only got more uncomfortable from there. When they asked Delavingne if she read the Paper Towns book, she replied, “No, I never read the book or script, I just winged it.” Later, when one of the hosts wondered whether she was irritated, or “maybe it’s just us,” Delavingne answered, “No, I think it’s just you.” Eventually, the video-stream plug was pulled, and the anchors let her have it.
“You make $5 million for six weeks’ worth of work, you can pretend to talk to Good Day Sacramento with some oomph.” (Via the Guardian)
Something tells me she won’t be returning to Good Day Sacramento when Suicide Squad comes out (send in Jai Courtney, who would probably attend a McDonald’s opening in Boise, if you promised him a free McDouble). They’re missing out, because her facial (and eyebrow) expressions gave one hell of a performance. This could be her acting reel.
(Via the Guardian)