Cara Delevingne is exceptionally quiet about her personal life, particularly when it comes to her long-term romance with singer St. Vincent. But as the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, and a recent picture of Delevingne has left her fans wondering if Cara and St. Vincent (A.K.A. Annie Clark) are taking things a step further. The image was originally shared by Delevingne’s Suicide Squad co-star Jared Leto, but Cara herself regrammed the Instagram share to her own followers.
Suicide Squad Star Cara Delevingne Shows Off Her New Rock
In Suicide Squad, Cara Delevingne plays Enchantress, a title which seems fitting, considering how easily she can enthrall those closest to her, namely Annie Clark. Proof of this comes in the form of an impressive, sparkling diamond ring, which quickly becomes the center of attention in an image originally shared by Cara’s Suicide Squad co-star. As the Hollywood Reporter shares, Jared Leto posted a photo to his own Instagram account in which Delevingne poses and seems to be exposing the diamond ring in a deliberate manner.
This wasn’t the only time the ring had been noticed on Ms. Delevingne’s left hand ring finger. Cara also wore the diamond stunner at San Diego Comic Con, as she posed with Suicide Squad co-stars Leto, Margot Robbie, and Will Smith.
Cara has been involved with St. Vincent for some time now, so the couple may feel it is time for a deeper commitment. Based on past interviews. Ms. Delevingne has expressed the feeling that she has found something unique and special with St. Vincent, so this match may be standing the test of time and Hollywood gossip.
“I think that being in love with my girlfriend is a big part of why I’m feeling so happy with who I am these days,” Delevingne said in a July 2015 Vogue interview. “And for those words to come out of my mouth is actually a miracle.”
The Late Late Show Host James Corden Throws Shade At Cara Delevingne In Rap Battle
Dave Franco was joined by Delevingne in a recent episode of The Late Late Show, and during the segment, host James Corden challenged the two actors to a rap battle, reveals E! News. Having an interest in music and in rap in particular, this was a challenge Cara seemed very interested in accepting. She may have come to regret the decision, because, as Corden took his turn, he declared open season on both Franco and Delevingne.
“We can all agree you’re not famous enough for it,” Corden rapped, referring to Dave’s appearance on the show. “Don’t worry there’s still time for you to be discovered / But I’m pretty sure we actually meant to book your brother [James Franco].”
Ouch! That hurts! The digs at Franco were taken in stride and The Late Late Show host proved he was just getting started when he turned his attention and his sharp tongue toward Delevingne.
“Cara Delevingne from Paper Towns / I wish someone dropped a match and burned that movie down,” James Corden rapped. “You’re perfect for Suicide Squad I’m being heartfelt / Because when I see you try to act it makes me want to kill myself.”
Cara took the shade in stride, offering a retort of her own.
“You’ll kill yourself you promise is that a fact? / I’ve never heard a better reason for me to act,” rapped Delevingne.
As Cara continued her banter, she declared herself “the woman who saved late-night TV” and then turned to Franco by using his own film, Now You See Me, against him, insinuating that the actor was floundering.
“Now you see me / No, sorry I don’t,” Delevingne rapped.
Not to be left out, Dave Franco jumped in with a rap of his own, taking on both Ms. Delevingne and their host. First up, he launched an insult at Cara, declaring that her accent was thicker than her eyebrows.
“Say hello to the pets whose owners fell asleep…You’re a less talented, much fatter Mr. Bean,” Franco directed at Corden.
Of course, as host of The Late Late Show, Mr. Corden took the option of getting in his last digs, though he seemed to have forgotten all about Cara Delevingne, focusing his sharp wit on his other guest.
“I actually think Mr. Bean is funny, so joke’s on you,” Corden rapped at Franco. “[Your brother] is Marky Mark, you’re Donnie Wahlberg / Don’t think you have the skills to take me / The only funny thing you’ve been in is Alison Brie.”
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