As we covered yesterday, Cara Delevingne gave a bad interview to Good Day Sacramento. And yes, I still maintain that Cara was the one giving a “bad interview.” If this was a one-off and she had a history of exemplary, professional behavior, I might have cut her more slack. But Cara has a history (which I detailed in yesterday’s post). I’ll also admit that the Good Day Sacramento anchors were way too peppy and they were asking some dumb questions. And? They were doing their jobs – Cara was not.
In the comments yesterday, some argued that Americans just don’t “get” British humor. Yeah… that’s crap. But Cara tried that argument too:
Some people just don't understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour
— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) July 29, 2015
Some people just don’t understand what it’s like to be a poor little rich girl who used daddy’s connections to become a model! Some people just don’t understand being rude, unprofessional and condescending is not the same as British humor. And for some reason, I feel like this tweet is very patronizing too – like she’s patting Americans on the head for being too stupid to understand her obviously superior sense of humor. I guess American audiences didn’t understand Cara’s superior acting talents either, because Paper Towns completely underwhelmed at the box office for its opening weekend. They hoped this film would resonate with teen girls and that Cara would be the new Jennifer Lawrence/Shailene Woodley. Not so much. Can’t say that upsets me.
Meanwhile, it seems that Kate Moss has also had a falling out with Cara! Cara has often been called Kate’s model heir, and the two women posed together for a Burberry campaign. But sources told one of the UK tabloids: “Kate has blacklisted Cara now. It’s very unfortunate and hopefully might be a temporary thing, but they’re definitely not friends at the moment.” Moss is apparently still pissed with Cara about Cara’s alleged (or not so much) fight with Naomi Campbell, plus Moss is mad that Cara has left their modeling agency.
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