Cara Delevingne Defended Over THAT Awkward Interview, By 'Paper Towns' Author John Green

‘Paper Towns’ author John Green has sprung to the defence of Cara Delevingne, who stars in the film adaptation of his novel, following criticism over an interview she gave earlier this week.

In a blog post, John has now defended Cara, even going as far as to suggest that the question first posed to her had sexist undertones.

Cara Delevingne gave a very awkward interview on US TV

“In the past two months, I’ve done something like 300 on-camera interviews. As you get asked the same questions again and again, you develop rote responses as a way of protecting yourself. The rote responses are true — the cast really was like a family; we really are all still friends — but in the repetition, the answers start to feel less and less honest.”

John Green

John also admits that repeatedly answering the same questions when promoting a film or book can become exhausting, and defended Cara for trying to keep things fresh with her answers.

Since giving the interview in question, Cara has defended her responses on her Twitter page, writing: “Some people just don't understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour.”

Remind yourself of the super awkward interview below...

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