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In the coming hours, you'll likely see one or maybe thirty-three different variations of the narrative "Watch Cara Delevingne Give CRAZY Interview: Was She Hungover?" — which, among other things, absolutely misses the point and practically plays right into the hands of the culturally aloof anchors responsible for the clip above. As anyone with even just a cursory knowledge of press tours will tell you, enduring the questions of anchors and self-proclaimed journalists (particularly low-rent, early morning ones) is a thankless and largely demeaning process. Thankfully, we have Cara Delevingne — always ready to absolutely body anyone using journalistic laziness as a crutch for early morning TV.
The interview starts off innocently (i.e. boringly) enough, though an anchor calling Cara "Carla" provides the first of many face-palms. Immediately, Delevingne takes off the I'm Doing an Interview mask and replaces it with the brazen spirit of a justifiably annoyed human being. Predictably, the anchors' questions are just stupid enough to warrant highly GIFable responses including but most certainly not limited to:
The interview is eventually cut short, with one anchor suggesting Delevingne "take a little nap" and "maybe get a Red Bull." As the feed breaks, Delevingne can be heard saying "Too far" — likely relieved to give such an inane program the abrupt ending it so surely deserved. In short, the bare minimum — i.e. the least you could possibly do — as a news anchor, journalist, et al is look down at your fucking iPhone and google the name of the person with whom you're about to speak. I mean, CARLA Delevingne? CARLA? Furthermore, questions of the "Do you relate to your [name of character]?" variety are eyeroll-inspiring enough the first time someone hears them — so they're most certainly a monumental bore the second, third, and fiftieth time.
Well played, Cara.
Cara has (briefly) addressed the interview in question, citing the finely tuned art of "sarcasm" as the ultimate culprit. Either way, the folks at Good Day Sacramento are still a bunch of lames: