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Delevingne gets naked role scripts

Cara Delevingne has said she has received several offers of screen roles in which her character sheds her clothes but she wants to keep her "morals".

The supermodel, 21, has a number of projects on the go for both the big and small screen.

Cara, who was recently snapped partying to celebrate the launch of Kate Moss's new Topshop clothes range, told the Daily Mirror: " If I look at a script and I have to be naked there's just things that I look for that I automatically know if I want to do it or not.

"I have morals that I want to keep.

"It's a fine line. If you want to work with a good director and be in a good cast but you have to do certain things you don't want to do, do you cross that line or not?"

Cara, who has a role in the new Peter Pan film and makes her TV acting debut in short film Timeless, said she'd love to play a superhero.

"There's a lot more, stronger female parts that can be played, a lot more writing can be done for strong women," she said. "So maybe a strong female superhero, or just a female that is strong, who hasn't been broken down... t o be able to see that would be incredible."

She said she had always wanted to be an actress and that she now found it easier to cope when she is turned down after auditions.

"I started auditioning for movies before I started modelling but I couldn't deal with the rejection," she said.

"When I got turned down for something it would take me weeks to get over it. Now I care, but it's less of a hit."

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