Cara Delevingne is known for being awesome, like weirdly free-spirited, badass, quirkily awesome, as seen in almost all of her Paper Towns promotional interviews.
Except for the interview she did with Good Day Sacramento. The Good Day Sacramento interview is cringeworthy from start to finish.
Things got off to a bad start when a Good Day Sacramento host introduces Cara as 'Carla' and continues to address her as such. After botching her name, the host proceeds to ask Delevingne if she's even read the book Paper Towns, which seems pretty insulting.
Another Good Day Sacramento host jumps in, asking Delevingne if her busy schedule makes it easier for her to focus... After a baffled look, Delevingne responds "No. I don't know where that comes from." (That's exactly what we were thinking...) That doesn't even make any sense.
It becomes very clear the that Delevingne isn't amused or interested in this interview anymore, and a third host calls her out on it by asking if perhaps exhaustion is the reason for this terrible interview.
The rest of the interview just sort of falls apart until Delevingne's camera feed is abruptly cut and we are left watching a middle aged daytime talk show host profess his love for John Green's Paper Towns.