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Cara Delevingne's Response To ~That~ Awkward Interview Is Just As Sassy

"Some people just don't understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour."

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The news anchors, who were discussing Cara's new movie Paper Towns, introduced her as "Carla," then asked if she'd read the book that the film is based on. She responded with this sarcastic reply.

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After the cringeworthy interview wrapped up, the news anchors then slated Cara for her "bad mood" and behaviour during the slot.

Although plenty others were on Cara's side over the whole debacle.

Let's just appreciate how well @Caradelevingne handled these rude, incompetent interviewers 👏 so much good sass http://t.co/5mdcDkKl0t

http://t.co/d84iPUEB0E Lol @Caradelevingne was just being the aesome Cara she is. Shameful Anchors

these reporters were so fucking rude, shoutout to cara for not putting up w their shit http://t.co/Dwqm6s5pxf

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And now Cara has reacted to the interview herself – insisting it was simply her British sarcasm that had been misunderstood.

Some people just don't understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour

She also retweeted these comments from Zach Braff and Boy George defending her against the interviewer's questions.

@Caradelevingne or how it's condescending to ask an actress if she's read the book.

And again retweeted these thoughts from some of her fans slating how the interview was handled.

Is @CaraDelevingne "in a mood," or are these anchors just horrible? (A: They're horrible.) http://t.co/4frsmQUJJV

You get @Caradelevingne to give "better answers" in this interview by asking better questions/saying her name right: https://t.co/LLy8ly75wV

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