'She Was In A Mood' – Irked Morning Show Hosts Call Out Cara Delevingne For Her Poor Attitude


Jul. 29 2015, Updated 3:49 p.m. ET

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It was not a good morning for Cara Delevingne and the hosts of “Good Day Sacramento” were not going to let her forget it.

The model-turned-actress, 22, has been doing promo for her upcoming movie Paper Towns for weeks and the morning show hosts did not appreciate her attitude or sarcastic wit.

The female anchor started off introducing her as “Carla” and then asked if she was a fan of the books.

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Cara, being playful replied, “Uh, no I never read the book or the script I kind of winged it.” Then continued with praise for the author, John Green, for his incredible work.

A few moments later a third anchor jumped in nitpicking Cara asking, “Are you exhausted?” Suggesting that her attitude was lackluster compared to interviews a few weeks ago.

“I’m not any less excited than I was a couple of weeks ago,” she replied with a confused look on her face.

Cara Delevingne

The female anchor once again was not letting Cara’s answers get the best of the interview confronting her saying, “You seem a bit irritated. Perhaps it’s just us … We’ll let you go and take a little nap, maybe get a Red Bull, how about that?”

Cara’s interview was cut short and the news anchor scolded the star saying, “Well, she was in a mood.”

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