If you’re on #TeamCara, you think Cara Delevingne is a smart no-nonsense talent who rejects frivolity.
If you’re not, you think she’s a sarcastic beyotch.
Some may even say she’s both after a team of California news anchors pilloried the 22-year-old model-actress for being “in a mood” Wednesday morning.
The trouble started when Delevingne was introduced as “Carla” instead of “Cara” in a Good Day Sacramento interview to promote her new movie, Paper Towns.
It got worse when they asked what actor Zach Braff called a condescending question: Did she read the John Green novel from which the flick is adapted?
“Did you get a chance to read it or do you even have time to sit and read these days you’re so busy?” asked one of the Cali anchors.