CARA Delevingne appears to be sick of talking about her new movie role - or perhaps she's just tired of overly-chatty talk show hosts.

The supermodel-turned-actress, who plays Margot in the on-screen adaptation of John Green's book Paper Towns, appeared by video link on Good Day Sacramentoin what might be the most awkward interview of all time.

The interview begins badly, with one of the anchors calling her 'Carla'. When asked if she read the book in preparation for the film, Delevingne answers jokingly: "Uh, no I never read the book, or the script. I kind of winged it."

She then answers the question seriously.

After that shaky start, Delevingne continues to refuse to play ball with the hosts, answering questions she's likely been asked over and over again during the promotion of Paper Towns.

In response to a question about whether she has anything in common with her character she replies: "No, I actually hate her" before answering seriously, but not exactly excitedly.

At that point, one of the anchors notes that Delevingne "sounded more excited" in previous interviews.

Delevingne appears taken aback: "The premiere was last night. It was a very emotional night, felt like the end of an era," she says.

"But I'm not any less excited than I was a couple of weeks ago."

However, she adds: "It is the morning".

As another anchor notes that she seems "irritable" and "maybe it's just us," Delevingne shoots back: "Yeah, yeah, I think it's just you" and the interview is cut short.

"We'll let you go take a little nap, maybe get a Red Bull, how about that?" is the anchor's parting shot - which she's clearly unhappy about.

Delevingne can be heard quietly saying, "Too far", just before the video cuts out.

Afterwards, the hosts make fun of Delevingne, accusing her of being in a mood.

"You make $5 million for six weeks' worth of work, you can pretend to talk to Good Day Sacramento with some oomph," they complained.

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