Cara Delevingne offers ‘GQ correction’
CARA Delevingne has offered a “correction” on news she fell on the floor at the GQ Awards.
The 22-year-old British model attended the star-studded GQ Men of the Year Awards, hosted at the Royal Opera House in London Tuesday night.
Images of Cara lying flat on her back while hugging fashion designer Jonathan Saunders near a bar at the event went viral soon after, and on Wednesday the supermodel used social media to dismiss rumours she took a clumsy tumble to the ground.
“@eonline correction I did not fall, we were hugging in the floor #johnathansaunders #husband,” she wrote on Instagram to her over 6.6 million followers.
She congratulated the Happy singer for winning the Solo Artist of the Year Award in a caption on Instagram attached to a photo of herself and Pharrell posing for cameras on the red carpet.
“Congratulations again to @pharrell @britishgq #soloartistoftheyear #alwaysapleasure,” Cara wrote.
The stunning blonde bonded with a number of celebrities at the GQ Awards and shared several selfies online taken on the night.
Cara can be seen voguing with fellow models Daisy Lowe, Naomi Campbell and other superstars like Jessie J and Sam Smith in the images.
The supermodel posted a more casual picture of herself on Wednesday in addition to the fabulous photos she took with A-listers at the GQ Awards, in which she is makeup-free and donning a black beanie with the words “stay weird” written upside down in white cursive lettering.
“#peacerocks #peacerockscampaign #stayweird #joinin,” Cara wrote in the caption.