After a recent Vogue cover suggested that Cara Delevingne’s bisexual orientation was a phase, the 22-year-old supermodel and actress is speaking out.
An interview with Vogue second guessed her sexuality calling it “a phase”. Delevingne has now warded off the controversy surrounding the interview, insisting there was “nothing malicious” in the article.
But Cara – who next stars in Paper Towns alongside Nat Wolff – told New York Times: “My sexuality is not a phase”. Delevingne clearly loves the process and described her acting studies with “this Russian man who was a student of a student of Stanislavsky” as therapy. Her girlfriend these days is 32-year-old singer Anne Erin “Annie” Clark, perhaps better known by her stage name St. Vincent. “I can’t date someone who’s like me because we’d probably end up killing each other”. In fact, her passion for acting started at age four, the New York Times reported. “I’ll pick you up, squeeze everything I can out of you and throw you away for the next one”.
Cara Delevingne wants to date someone who is “the opposite” of her.
“Being in love helps, you know?” she said of life’s distractions.
She said: “I always wanted to act, from when I was four years old”. “I was like, ‘Honestly, if I go outside and punch people, you’ve got to come get me out of jail because I am so furious…”
“Paper Towns” is a John Green adaptation and should make Cara popular with the young-adult segment of the movie-going public. The “Paper Towns” actress could not disagree more.
Delevingne will appear in the movie “Suicide Squad” to be released in 2016.
Taking to the mic, Cara impressed Jimmy with her vocal party trick but seemed to dazzle him even more with her mahoosive and exceptionally sparkly Balmain pants.