Cara Delevingne attends the El Hormiguero TV show at Vertice Studio in Madrid on July 8, 2015
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Cara Delevingne’s interview with morning talk show Good Day Sacramento last week went about as awkwardly as possible. (Warning: may induce cringes).

Her dry sarcasm didn’t translate well to the hosts, who called her “Carla” at the top of the segment, asked if she’s read the Paper Towns book, and inquired why she appeared so unhappy to speak with them. It was rough.

The actress and model addressed the interview with one simple tweet on Wednesday morning.

Delevingne also retweeted her backup, including actor Zach Braff:

Singer Boy George made sure that someone understood Delevingne’s brand of jokes.

Paper Towns is in theaters now.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

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