Cara Delevingne: "Don't be scared to be who you are"

The British model backs up National Coming Out Day. Meanwhile, Zac Efron has a new girlfriend, Miley Cyrus knows she's crazy and Kesha sues producer

By Andrea Tim | Published: 15 Oct 2014

Cara for LGBTQ
Photo: caradelevingne/Instagram

Cara Delevingne supports National Coming Out Day
Although the British model has always been evasive when it comes to her sexuality – but maybe bisexual isn't too farfetched a guess, considering Cara's short stints with Michelle Rodriguez, Harry Styles, and Jack O'Connell – she's never one to shy away from campaigning for LGBTQ rights and free expression.

"Doesn't matter who you are or what you believe it, we are one! Go get yourself one of these shirts right now! I'm late for National Coming Out Day but better late than never. Don't be scared to be who you are. Please follow @iolovesyou and @selfevidentproject because #WEAREYOU," Cara wrote on Instagram.

Self Evident Truths is a photo project, which documents "10,000 people in the USA that identify as anything other than 100% straight." The project aims to spread awareness and eliminate discrimination between all sexual orientations. Here's Cara's selfie with Self Evident Truths founder, iO Tillett Wright.



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To further illustrate her point, Cara posted an untidy-hair-don't-care photo of Jack Nicholson with the caption "I am who I am. Your approval is not needed." That face; so Cara.

Zac Efron is dating who?
It feels like yesterday that Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez's two-month summer fling elicited various levels of cringing or cheering. But now, single Zac is single no more, as Us Weekly has confirmed that the Neighbours actor is dating Sami Miro, although a source claims that it "isn't serious."

Zac was spotted with Sami at an LA baseball game in late September, before being photographed again in Denmark just recently. He also posted a photo of both of them in front of Danish restaurant, Noma, after having apparently had a good dining experience there. And boy, do they look stylish together!


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Miley Cyrus calls herself a joke
The Wrecking Ball singer knows you think she's crazy, and she doesn't mind it one bit.

Speaking with Australian programme, Sunrise TV, during an early-morning exclusive live show at the Sydney Opera House, Miley said "If I wasn't here [performing], I would like to be doing maybe some sort of stand-up comedy." When one of the presenters asked for a joke, the Wrecking Ball singer promptly replied, "I am the joke. Look at me. I'm a walking joke."

Even better known for her antics (not necessarily decent all the time), Miley knows that what she does actually works for her career.

"It really doesn't bother me when people tell me I'm crazy, because I am...I grew up around people like Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton, and those people are not normal," she said. Comparing herself with other 'divas' in the industry, who are not as goody-two-shoed as they seem, Miley insisted that she stays true to herself and treats people well. "I'd rather be crazy than not a nice person," she added.

Tongue-wagging twerk queen or not, Miley makes a convincing argument for herself. Consider us charmed.

Kesha is suing her producer for rape and abuse, but are they true?
Kesha wants out of her contract with producer Dr. Luke and is suing him for various forms of abuse since she signed on when she was 18 years-old. In the case documents, as reported by Us Weekly, the singer had drugs and alcohol forced on her by the producer, who attempted sexual advances. She was also given "sober pills" by Dr. Luke, after which she woke up in his bed with no memory of what happened.

In addition, the producer reportedly threatened to shut Kesha's career down as well as destroy her and her family's lives if she reported the rape. Her eating disorder, for which she completed treatment at rehab, was also partly due to him violently criticising her weight.

"The facts presented in our lawsuit paint a picture of a man who is controlling and willing to commit horrible acts of abuse in an attempt to intimidate an impressionable, talented, young female artist into submission for his personal gain," Kesha's lawyer revealed.

However, Dr. Luke and his lawyer claim that these allegations were fabricated by Kesha and her mother, in order for him to free the 27-year-old singer from her contract.


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