Triple Threat! Watch Cara Delevingne Sing An Acoustic Duet

Seriously, is there anything Cara Delevingne can't do? We've watched her dress herself impeccably day after day, make Holly Golightly even more awesome, and even ring in the world's healthiest 21st birthday. And now, we get to bear witness to her singing skills. Okay, okay — so she's not exactly new to the mic — she's dueted with Rita Ora and palled around with Pharrell Williams — but that doesn't mean we're not blown away by this new vid.
The It Brit teamed up with singer/songwriter (and close friend) Will Heard for an acoustic version of his track "Sonnentanz (The Sun Don't Shine)," and the results are just what we'd expect. As Heard himself gushed to Vogue, "She's great fun, and that really comes through when we're in the studio. Her voice is unique and she could have a huge music career ahead of her if she wanted. Her support for my music has been amazing and I'd love to collaborate with her on my debut album."
Looks like we're not the only ones swooning over the model, amirite? Luckily, the two are sharing a video of their studio time, so you can have real physical proof of her unbelievable muti-talented nature. Watch below for some good ol' Cara D crushing. (Vogue)
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