Update: Cara Delevingne has tweeted a response to her disastrous interview.
Some people just don't understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour— Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne) July 29, 2015
This story was originally published on July 29, 2015 at 9 a.m.
Good Day...and good luck. Good Day Sacramento's anchors found out the hard way that Cara Delevingne doesn't suffer fools gladly. She also has a very dry British sense of humor that doesn't always translate to morning TV. It's also worth noting that calling out an interview subject for seeming "exhausted" and unenthusiastic can only lead to awkwardness. The model-actress appeared on the CBS morning show to promote her new film, Paper Towns. In her defense, the questions fired at her were pretty uninspiring. Did she read the book? "No, I didn't read the book or the script," she quipped. "I winged it." It was a funny, sarcastic line — but nobody got it. The next questions concerned whether or not her workload was "easy," and if she and her character had anything in common. Delevingne seemed pained by the lame queries, prompting another anchor to jump in and ask why she didn't seem too excited. When she assured them that she was excited, adding that perhaps it was just the early morning start behind her lack of energy, the news team ganged up on her and suggested a nap and a Red Bull. Ouch. You can watch it all go down in the video below. We're siding with Cara D. here. Getting picked on by three perky anchors seems like a rough way to start the day.
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