Cara Delevingne Didn’t Need A Nap In Order To Beatbox For This Interview — Almost Two Hours Earlier Than Her Awkward Good Day Sacramento Encounter!

See what those 'Good Day Sacramento' anchors could have had if they were just a little nicer?

Cara Delevingne definitely didn’t deserve the crap she got from those Good Day Sacramento anchors.

On Tuesday, the actress participated in an awkward satellite interview where the anchors accused her of being tired and not excited about the film, and clearly didn’t understand that sarcasm is just a part of her sense of humor.

[ Related: Cara Responds To That Awkward Interview! ]

Well, maybe she was tired. Tired of the anchors bombarding her with dumb questions like “have you read the book that inspired the movie you’re kind of starring in,” or tired of TV personalities calling her out for acting “more energetic” in other interviews.

For the record, less than 2 hours before that atrocious encounter, the model-slash-actress also had a satellite interview with Good Day Austin, where everything seemed to go MUCH better.

And not for nothing, the 22-year-old didn’t have any more pep in her step than she did during GDS, and she still responded with her signature sarcasm.

However, the anchor for that chit chat actually picked up on the British beauty’s humor, asked questions that actually ignited interesting responses, and even got an impromptu beatbox performance out of her!

Ch-ch-check out the full interview (below)!

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So, as you can see, even after waking up at the crack of dawn, spending hours answering the same inquiries, and calling in to countless news outlets, Cara is capable of putting a little “oomph” into each interview.

You just have to do your job and bring it out of her. And just taking a shot in the dark here, maybe calling her out on live television for not being as exciting as you want her to be isn’t the most effective way to make that happen.

[Image via WENN.]

Jul 29, 2015 3:43pm PDT

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