Cara Delevingne abandons music career
Cara Delevingne has abandoned her music career, revealing she has "no plans to pursue that at the moment"
Cara Delevingne has abandoned her music career.
The 22-year-old model-turned-actress has given up on her planned album, admitting she has "no plans" to turn herself into a singer despite having made no secret of her desire to become a pop star in the past.
She told The Sun newspaper: "Music is something that helps me escape or relieves some sort of energy I have pent up somewhere.
"I will always do music. Music is my life. But I have no plans to pursue that at the moment."
The 'Paper Towns' actress - who is dating musician St. Vincent - showed off her musical talents back in March when she sang a duet with Pharrell Williams at the Chanel Métiers d'Art presentation in New York and Chic star Nile Rodgers has since revealed he has collaborated with the blonde beauty.
He said: "I love [Cara], she's awesome. I would say she's a rock chick and a really cool one too.
"It's not helping, it's collaborating. When she played me her tracks I was shocked, it's cool.
"That's the cool thing about music, you get to be shocked."
Rumours of Cara's music career first began back in 2013 when an insider hinted she would be releasing her first tracks the following year.
A source said at the time: "She loves music, she loves festivals and she loves singing. Now, she wants to add it to her CV and actually get herself a pop career.
"She is a very busy girl at the moment, with a couple of movies lined up as well as her modelling. Now it looks like things will be kicking off for her musically next year."