Are Beyonce & Cara Delevingne Recording A Song Together? This Could Be The Best Collaboration Ever — PHOTOS
She may walk the world's best runways, but Cara Delevingne is more than just a model. As proven by her debut role in the movie adaptation of John Green's Paper Towns , she can act as well. Considering the popularity of Green's book, snagging that part says a lot about Delevigne's acting ability. And it turns she has more tricks up her sleeves — she's a triple threat. On Saturday night, Cara Delevingne and Beyoncé hinted at a musical collaboration by posting matching Instagram photos from a record studio. They uploaded the photos within seconds of each other, giving us a sneak peek at potentially the greatest collaboration of all time.
Seriously, this news is pretty mind-blowing. Not only is it exciting news that Delevingne is recording a song, but her company is shocking in the best way possible. I'd imagine that getting to record with Queen Bey is probably the highest honor a singer could ever receive. It's guaranteed to be an automatic hit.
Of course, let's remember that this may just be pure coincidence. Maybe it's not a hint at a collaboration after all... Anything is possible, right? But I'm going to go the optimistic route and consider these photos to be a huge clue.
In case you're still skeptical, here's a list of reasons why (fingers crossed!) a Cara/Beyoncé collaboration is most likely in the works.
This Isn't Cara's First Time Singing
She filmed a short film "Reincarnation" with Pharrell for Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel. The girl has some serious pipes! (Skip ahead to the 5:00 mark.) I could see her voice harmonizing perfectly with Bey's. Plus, Delevingne was signed to Simon Cowell's label last year, which speaks for itself.
Beyoncé Loves A Good Secret
Remember when she shocked us all with her surprise album? She loves pulling one over on us, so a track with Cara would be the most amazing surprise.
They've Hung Out Before
Beylevingne (Carayoncé?) were photographed together at a Topshop party in November. Maybe the two were talking about recording together back then? This photo could've sparked the musical magic! Who knows, but it does prove these two aren't strangers.
The Buttons Match Exactly
The two photos show the same set of recording studio buttons. The colors and fonts match exactly. Coincidence, I think not? (Bey is above, Cara below)
And here's a side-by-side shot:
You *probably* didn't need all those arrows and circles, but just in case. Same buttons, same studio. It makes perfect sense!
Unless they're collaborating on a new line of nail polish (the only other possible explanation based on the photos), the music seems like a sure thing. Unfortunately we'll just have to see what happens, but it's bound to be worth the wait.
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