Cara Delevingne Couldn’t Keep Still on ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan’ Interview
Cara Delevingne was feeling fidgety while appearing on Live with Kelly and Ryan Friday, where she stopped by to promote her appearance on the second season of Hulu‘s hit mystery-comedy, Only Murders in the Building.
Delevingne, who appears alongside her real-life pal Selena Gomez in the show as an art dealer named Alice, couldn’t sit still while chatting with co-hosts Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest. While discussing her plans to get an Alanis Morissette-inspired tattoo for her upcoming thirtieth birthday, Delevingne frequently moved her hands, rubbing her palms together and at one point, clasping them.
“I love Alanis Morissette. I’m completely obsessed,” Delevingne said as she fidgeted with her fingers and placed one hand over her fist. “I saw her recently again in London and I got her to write ‘ironic’ in her handwriting, so I’m going to have that tattooed with a very special person.”
All that movement and energy could have a simple explanation, though. Delevingne has been open about her experience with dyspraxia, as detailed in a January Harper’s Bazaar profile, where the publication noted, “Cara has dyspraxia (a problem with coordinating her thoughts and movements), which she tried to control at school by taking up the drums to burn off excess energy.”
While Delevingne was on her talk show tour, she also stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she explained her much-discussed photos with Megan Thee Stallion from last May’s Billboard Music Awards.
Although her behavior at the show struck some people as strange — including moments where she followed Megan on the red carpet and took photos from the floor — Delevingne cleared the air with Fallon, explaining that she had been invited by Megan.
“I was just really excited,” she said, adding, “I was living my best life, but people found it a bit odd. People find me a bit odd, but that’s me. No shame.”
Watch Delevingne’s full appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan in the video above.
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