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It was a bit of an awkward moment today for Cara Delevingne and the Hosts of Good Day Sacramento.

The hosts did their best to interview the Jenner BFF via satellite for her film "Paper Towns" which is currently out in theaters, and it seems as if something was a bit lost in translation. I will admit, Cara did have a bit of a cheeky attitude, but that is typical of British culture. Personally, I thought she was just trying to be humorous and break the ice by giving little sarcastic jokes as an answer to each question. But the interviewers didn't find the humor in it and cut her off claiming she seemed "a bit irritated". Once Cara's face was overshadowed by the Rainbow of telecast bars, the interview panel didn't hold back in letting it be known that they didn't like Cara's morning attitude.

But Cara had to do her best to clear the air and took to Twitter stating, "Some people just don't understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour". I would have to agree. I know Brits… and they joke a lot, and a lot of it is sarcastic and cheeky… but I guess Sacramento didn't get that memo.

Sorry Cara. We American's can be a bit arrogant against your British cheeky.

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