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Cara D: I'm not a noisy neighbour

Published 04/06/2015

Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne doesn’t understand why people complained about noise from her apartment when someone else is obsessed with “annoying house music”.

The British model-and-actress is readying for the release of her movie Paper Towns in which she plays Margo, who goes missing from her home prompting her friends to look for her. It also stars Nat Wolff and Halston Sage, and the group were put up in apartments while they were shooting. But for Cara things didn’t go quite to plan.

“Yeah, I had complaints in my room for just doing yoga or handstands - like aggressively trying to break through the ceilings... it's so loud,” she laughed to “Someone plays the most annoying house music in the building and I'm like, 'You freaking complained at me doing a handstand?'”

Some might not find it that easy to feel settled in a strange place, but it’s not something which affects Cara. She’s used to travelling thanks to her work as a model, so has come up with a failsafe way to make wherever she is feel comfortable.

“I've got a recording studio in my apartment set up. It's like a music shop! I've got my keyboard, my beats thing, and my microphone. I think it's important to make a home when you don't really have a home. I don't have a home right now,” she said.

It also helps that the cast and crew all got along so well. The actors were allowed to have some input into how they said their lines which Cara liked, and she also had a great on-screen relationship with Nat. That transferred off screen too, with the pair good friends.

“I couldn't be happier with whom I'm working now. It's the best cast. We sing a lot. We break out in random songs. I'm the oldest. No one makes decisions as a group, so I have to be like, 'Yooo!'” she laughed.

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