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Watch: TV Anchors Tell Off Cara Delevingne in Awkward Interview

UPDATED: A few TV anchors were not happy with Cara Delevingne, and it made for one cringe-worthy interview.

The model and actress appeared on “Good Day Sacramento” to promote her film “Paper Towns,” and the interview grew tense as she seemed less-than-enthusiastic and the anchors called her out for it.

One of the anchors starts the interview by calling Delevingne “Carla,” and it’s all downhill from there. Her co-host then asks the actress if juggling several projects helps her focus.

“No,” she answered. “I don’t know where that comes from.”

Delevingne gave several sarcastic responses to the questions. When asked if she relates to her “Paper Towns” character, Margo, she jokingly replied, “No, I actually hate her.”

One of the co-hosts asked Delevingne if she was “just exhausted,” and she explained that the John Green movie had just had its premiere the night before, and that it was an emotional evening.

The interview reached a head when the anchors asked if she’s irritated or it’s just the news show, and she responded, “No, I think it’s just you.”

“We’ll let you go then, how ’bout that?” one anchor said. “Why don’t you go take a little nap, maybe get a Red Bull?”

After the interview ended, the anchors continued to make comments about Delevingne, with one host declaring that she “was in a mood.”

“You make $5 million for six weeks of work, you can pretend to talk to ‘Good Day Sacramento’ with some ‘oomph’!” one host said.

Delevingne fired back on Wednesday.

“Some people just don’t understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour,” she tweeted in reference to the interview.

She also re-tweeted Zach Braff, who wrote “@Caradelevingne or how it’s condescending to ask an actress if she’s read the book.”

Watch the entire trainwreck below.

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