In the interview Delevingne speaks out about her career as an actress, her girlfriend St Vincent and her fear that she’s only ever hired because of how many special media followers she has.
They also got her to make this video of her interviewing herself.
In the video, Delevingne dons an American accent as the interviewee and asks herself a series of questions including, what advice she would give to her 16 year-old self, should Donald Trump be president of the United States and why can’t you show your nipples on Instagram.
In an interview with British Vogue, the magazine’s September cover star Cara Delevingne opened up about her relationship with Annie Clark, the singer-songwriter known as St. Vincent and being labelled gay.
I’m completely in love…..Before, I didn’t know what love was – real love. I didn’t understand the depth of it. I always used to think it was you against the world. Now I know the meaning of life is love. Whether that’s for yourself or for the world or your partner.”
As a child I used gay as a bad world, as in, ‘that’s so gay’. All my friends did. (Her parents) have been so, so supportive. I’m obviously in love, so if people want to say I’m gay, that’s great. But we’re all liquid – we change, we grow.”
Delevingne also admitted her biggest worry was being employed because of her social media following. The model has amassed a substantial and loyal community of fans over the years and has 31.6 million followers on Instagram, 6 million on Twitter and 5.3 million on Facebook.
My greatest fear is always that I have just been hired because of my number of followers.”
Delevingne plays the role of the Enchantress in Suicide Squadwhich is released in UK cinemas on 5 August.
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