Cara Delevingne has fronted countless fashion campaigns, starred in movies, but now the 22-year-old model can add yet another skill to her already brimming CV. The British beauty is the star of Chance the Rapper's music video for his new single Nothing Came to Me.
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Cara Delevingne is the star of Chance the Rapper's new video
In the short clip, Cara is the ultimate retro beauty in a 1930s esque pale blue gown, with her hair styled in loose glossy waves. The young model showcases her natural beauty in almost no make-up save for a slick of red lipstick for a touch of glamour.
Set to star in the film adaptation of John Green's Paper Towns later this year, Cara gives fans a glimpse at her acting skills in the short clip as she conveys a range of emotions.
In the video, the pretty brunette is seen waiting backstage, looking nervous, while trumpets play in the background. As a passer by whispers something in her ear, she begins to look sad before slowly making her way to the stage. As she arrives on stage, Cara puts on a seductive smile, before the clip ends.
"This is scoring. It's called a Silent Film," explained Chance the Rapper as he unveiled the video on his Twitter account. "You have to rely on music and expression acting. Nothing Came To Me."
The short clip is only a preview of the full video, although the release date for the completed project has yet to be announced. The single will feature on the rapper's upcoming Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment album, Surf.
It comes as no surprise that Cara has chosen to act in this latest project – she has always been vocal about her desire to move from the modelling world to acting.
"It wasn’t a conscious thing," she has previously admitted. "I just suddenly got one movie and then another one and then another one. That's what I want to do so it's a transition I'm going to make."