Cara Delevingne: I hope to inspire girls who aren't normal
- Bang Showbiz
- 17 March 2019
According to Cara Delevingne, she wants to become "an inspiration to girls who aren't normal"
Cara Delevingne wants to become "an inspiration to girls who aren't normal".
The model-turned-actress has developed a strong bond with her fans through her various social media accounts, and Cara has insisted she wants her followers to see the ups and downs of her day-to-day life.
Reflecting on her social media activity, Cara – who has starred in movies like 'Paper Towns' and 'Suicide Squad' – told Elle: "I think it's important to express yourself.
"I hope I can be an inspiration to girls who aren't normal or feel like they [don't] belong, because I definitely don't a lot of the time."
Despite this, Cara previously admitted to finding aspects of social media to be "creepy".
The 26-year-old star shared: "I was just in Scotland, and they knew: 'Oh, you were in Inverness this weekend.' I was like: 'How did you know that?' and they said: 'Because someone who was in the bathroom with you tweeted it.' It's just creepy, things like that, someone in a bathroom stall.
"When I was growing up, I was fans of so many people in music and acting, but it's a different kind of fandom now, it's like they're obsessed.
"They find one person they obsess over and they follow them – they have to know everything about their lives, because you have that access, Instagram and Twitter, you can literally be a part of their lives. So they get one person and that's it. It's really changed things. It's kind of scary, really."