As we all know, eyebrows are the most sarcastic part of the human body. Cara Delevingne's eyebrows are proper big. She's also a proponent of luscious banter. Combine those two facts, and you've got an insincerity storm of epic proportions.
What we're trying to say is: Cara Delevingne got in a kind-of fight with a bunch of morning talk show hosts. Have a look below. If you want. It's genuinely up to you.
Celebrities, eh! Let's take a stroll back through some of the most uncomfortable, hilarious and offensive interviews stars have cut off or, better yet, have just stood up and walked away from, shall we?
Channel 4's Krishnan is no stranger to pissing off huge Hollywood stars. The Django Unchained director famously ‘shut his butt down’ back in 2013.
Things you can learn from this tense encounter: don't ask a famous person if they think their 'moment has passed'. The answer is always no.
Sky News presenter Kay Burley became very unpopular when she out-of-the-blue suggested that Katie Price’s then-husband-of-a-few-hours Alex Reid might try to adopt Peter's children. Harsh by anyone's standards.
After enduring a rocky nine-minute chat about his film Robin Hood, Russell picks up and decides he's had enough.
A CNN interviewer faced Joan’s wrath when she began to ask too many ‘negative questions’, none of which had much to do with the book she was promoting.
On Australia’s morning programme Sunrise, Rihanna cut the interview off when asked about her love life.
The only thing more uncomfortable than watching a celebrity storm out of an interview is watching a celebrity smile affably as they're dragged away by their publicist.
The most recent, and perhaps most famous, mid-interview meltdown. Most of the internet seemed to side with Robert Downey Jr on this one, who walked away when asked about his past during a junket for Avengers: Age Of Ultron.