Cara Delevigne has never been one to hold back when she has something to say.
So when Time magazine caught up with the actress while she was on the set of Paper Towns, she had a lot to say.
She spoke about how difficult to get serious roles in film as people in the industry don’t recognise her as a serious actress. She also talked about how different she finds acting from modelling.
Most importantly, she commented on the hate that she receives from time to time.
The 22-year old will star in the highly anticipated DC film Suicide Squad, to be released next year. There were many fans of the franchise however who didn’t think she deserved the role.
"If anyone just thought I was trying to pad my resume, they can suck my"—she stopped to consider her word choice—"boobs."
While she is probably one of the fashion industry’s more quirky characters (or have you not seen her onesie collection?), she says she takes her acting very seriously:
"I take what roles I do very seriously. I always want to portray a strong female.”
Not surprising seeing as the star has always stood up for herself and what she believes in as of late.
She has not only spoken out about her acting career, but a recent Vogue cover article has also sparked some controversy for the former Burberry model.
Speaking to the New York Times, Cara said that, in case anyone misunderstood, “my sexuality is not a phase. I am who I am.”
The Vogue article had led to an online petition that protested the suggestion of Cara’s sexuality being a phase.
The Paper Towns actress has been quick to stop people from speculating about her personal life and while she found the online protest “flattering”, she didn’t think there was anything “malicious” in the article itself.