SACRAMENTO, July 29 (UPI) -- Model and actress Cara Delevingne endured an awkward interview with the hosts of Good Day Sacramento Wednesday.
Delevingne, who plays a starring role in the romance film Paper Towns, started the interview by sarcastically remarking that she had not read the script nor the book by John Green of the same title. Shortly after, one of the anchors mistakenly called her Carla, which may have worsened Delevingne's mood, and prompted co-host Mark Allen's question as to whether Delevingne was exhausted or not.
Delevingne said she had just experienced an emotional premiere of the film on Tuesday. Anchor Marianne McClary then asked the model if she was irritated or if her demeanor was the fault of the show, to which the actress replied, "No, I think it's just you." This prompted the interviewers to cut the segment short, with Delevingne mouthing potentially spiteful yet inaudible words under the chatter of the anchors, who criticized Delevingne's attitude as color bars replaced her video feed.
Co-host Allen criticized the fact that even though the actress was paid $5 million for six weeks of work, she couldn't speak on the show with "some oomph."