Model, actress, singer, LGBT community supporter, and now…beatboxer? It seems like there’s nothing Cara Delevingne can’t do.
While stopping by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night for Paper Towns promotion, Delevingne—never accused of being camera-shy—put her beatboxing skills on full display. Her flow was so on point that a member from The Roots, Fallon’s house band, freestyled over her sound. Watch, and prepare to be amazed, below.
While also on the Paper Towns promotion circuit, Delevingne sat down with the New York Times to deliver a conversation dotted with #NoFilter admissions—predictable behavior for her, maybe, yet intriguing nonetheless.
In conversation, she describes what initially drew her toward acting, the soul-sucking consequences of a modeling career, and that controversial Vogue article, among other topics.
The aforementioned Vogue article attracted negative attention for suggesting that Delevingne’s sexual orientation is subject to change.
From the New York Times:
A recent Vogue cover article led to an online petition protesting the suggestion that her bisexuality might be a phase. Ms. Delevingne, who said she found the protest flattering, though she saw “nothing malicious” in the article itself, said: “My sexuality is not a phase. I am who I am.”
Paper Towns is in theaters today, July 17.