Cara Delevingne says the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show has never called her “bloated,” according to People magazine. The supermodel has just slammed British newspaper the Sun for its “shameless” claims.
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It’s been three weeks since the Sun posted an article claiming that the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show turned Cara Delevingne down for looking too “bloated,” and now the supermodel is responding to their claims.
Cara Delevingne says that the Sun made “shameless” claim when it alleged that she was called “bloated” during a casting call for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2014. Delevingne became aware of the article after Victoria’s Secret’s CMO, Edward Razek, sent a letter to the supermodel, denying the “bloating” claims.
Cara Delevingne took to Instagram to say that it’s a “shameless” move for the Sun to criticize women’s bodies just to sell papers. The executive producer of the Fashion Show, Razek, added in his letter to the supermodel that she had actually been the very first model he invited to the show.
In the letter, Razek assures Cara Delevingne that the Sun had never “bothered” to get their facts straight and to fact check with him. Razek claims that Victoria’s Secret and he personally “made every effort” to get Delevingne on the show, which was held in London.
“I know because I was the one making the effort. As a matter of fact, you were the first person invited, months ahead of anyone else.”
Razek explained Cara Delevingne’s absence during the 2014 show because she had a busy schedule and was in the process of shooting a film in North Carolina. So Razek says it was “quite understandable” that the supermodel didn’t grace the catwalk with her perfect body that night.
“We tried hard to have you there. You would have made the show better, as you do anything and everything you’re involved in.”
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Razek finished his letter on a sweet note. The executive producer of the Fashion Show finished the letter by inviting Cara Delevingne to grace the catwalk during this year’s Victoria’s Secret show in Paris.
Razek also added that no casting is “necessary” for such a great supermodel as Cara Delevingne, as Victoria’s Secret would “love” to have her onboard. During one of her last year’s interviews, Delevingne declared she was leaving modeling behind her.
Cara Delevingne said that the modeling industry made her “feel a bit hollow” and she started viewing her body negatively.
Cara Delevingne may hate her body, but the rest of the world agrees on one thing: the supermodel’s body is very sexy. And the supermodel keeps getting new tattoos on her body, according to the Daily Mail.
Cara Delevingne recently revealed through her Instagram account that she now has new body art. The supermodel now has more than 20 tattoos on her body. The latest body art addition on her body: a skeletal snake on her left hand.
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In her social media post, Cara Delevingne boasted the new inking made by tattoo artist Doctor Woo. That skeletal serpent looks great on the model’s left hand, and her 1.1 million Instagram followers seem to agree with that.
The new inking shows the snake running from the bottom of her palm to her index finger. It’s not one of those tattoos that can be barely seen from a distance. This time Cara Delevingne opted for a visible and bold inking.
Cara Delevingne’s new tattoo may have some hidden message because it comes just weeks after the model-turned-actress officially split up from singer St Vincent in September. So what does that serpent on her hand mean?
St. Vincent and Cara Delevingne???? pic.twitter.com/oXlauwe61j
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