Cara Delevingne told an amazing story about her Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets co-star Rihanna that will make you love her even more!
The 24-year-old model and actress is on the cover of Glamour‘s latest issue, and was asked about working with Ri on the film.
“I’ve seen her work in the studio, in concert, in meetings. But to see her act was incredible. There was a moment where [Valerian director Luc Besson] was trying to make her cry, to be emotional. He was like, ‘Imagine that you get told that your song hasn’t gone to number one and your performance is really bad.’ I knew she wasn’t going to give a sh*t—that’s not the way to get into her emotion. And she literally said, ‘You’re kidding me? I couldn’t care less,’” Cara recalled.
Since beginning her career, Rihanna has released 8 studio albums, received seven Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified platinum and multi-platinum albums, and sold over 230 million records. Several of her singles have gone to number one on the charts, including “Disturbia,” “SOS,” “Umbrella,” “Rude Boy,” “What’s My Name?,” “We Found Love,” and many more.