Newswire: Cara Delevingne doesn’t have necessary oomph for Good Day Sacramento

Cara Delevingne has a lot of things going for her: A successful career as a model and actress. Roles in the young-adult novel adaptation Paper Towns and the upcoming Suicide Squad. Membership in Taylor Swift’s dark army of vengeance. But does she have the necessary “oomph” for Good Day Sacramento? Delevingne was put to that test in a recent interview with Good Day, consistently the second-highest-rated morning show in the Sacramento market, and therefore deserving of “oomph” in at least the 70th or 80th percentile. But by the hosts’ estimation, she failed to deliver, refusing to provide satisfactorily oomphatic answers to their fascinating questions about whether she reads, or spark to the anchors’ playful insistence on calling her “Carla.”

In the video below, the show’s Marianne McClary welcomes “Carla” by asking whether she’d read the book Paper Towns is based on, or—“Ha ha!” McClary laughs oomphily …

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