The scheming model/actress says she and her cohort had to clue in Swift and Hiddleston about their plan, however, because it’s Taylor Swift’s house, and security is everywhere.
Only Cara Delevingne would be able to tell a story that begins, “So, me, Ruby Rose, and Uzo [Aduba]...” Walk into a bar?
Try: devise a devious plan to scare the attendees of Taylor Swift’s lavish New England Fourth of July beach party, Here’s how she told James Corden (who was fitted with his own set of Delevingne eyebrows) it went down: Swift’s party was attended by her squad at large, but Delevingne, Rose, and Aduba decided to form a mini-squad devoted to hijinks.
They planned to frighten the Haim sisters and Kesha, who were slumbering away in a “creepy part of the house” after a day of watching murder mysteries.
And it was an elaborate scheme, complete with flashlights, speakers, and rocking chairs rigged by thread.
So the real Justin Bieber is both insightful and arrogant, humble in the face of Jesus but willing to claim his music is better than anything else on the radio.
He contains multitudes; that’s a hell of a lot more interesting than a regular redemption story, don’t you think?Delevingne says the rest of the squad nearly called the police to take care of the paranormal activity.”), expands on his religious beliefs (“I, personally, love Jesus and that was my salvation”), and digs surprisingly deep into the fallout from his relationship with Selena Gomez, which began when he was 16. Living with a girl, it was just too much at that age,” he says about moving in with Gomez. Nothing else mattered.” In some ways his descriptions of the relationship sound like any intense young love: “When stuff would happen, I would lose my freakin’ mind, and she would lose her mind, and we would fight so hard because we were so invested in each other.” But in other moments he sounds surprisingly insightful, as if years of living like he’s much older than his age have provided actual wisdom: “Love is a choice. Bieber claims that his appearance on “Carpool Karaoke” with James Corden—in which he both admits to never wearing the same pair of Calvin Klein underwear twice and goofily car-dances to his old hits—is his real self. You’re not gonna want to love your girl sometimes but you’re gonna choose to love her.” The wide-ranging interview gives Bieber a chance to try on a lot of personas, from reformed bad boy (“I forgot what I was about, what my mom raised me to be.magazine at the start of their long interview with the pop star, and boy does it deliver. I veered off, and I got tainted”) to defiant superstar (“I’m not really a fan of what’s going on right now in music”) to still-devout Christian (“We have the greatest healer of all and his name is Jesus Christ”).Bieber, whose first album in three years comes out in November, defends some of his high-profile controversies (“What is bratty about pissing in a bucket? It’s a complex version of the traditional comeback narrative; he’s not exactly atoning for the sins of the past or leaving behind childish things, but just flooding the zone with enough fascinating sound bites that we all might forget that old stuff on our own.