"You know the most important thing in a name for a girl? It's that a man can whisper it in his pillow," Reese Witherspoon says in a video during an elevator ride at Thursday's Met Gala. British supermodel, Cara Delevigne, 21, shared an Instagram video with her followers that showed her on an elevator ride with stars Reese Witherspoon, Zoey Deschanel, and Kate Upton. In the (now removed) two short 15 second clips, Reese attempts to pronounce the supermodel's name and giggles and curses as she tries.
"I love you Kara. Cara. I don't know what your f--kin' name is," says Reese in the video. Then she adds, "That's super French." In the second clip, Reese says that if she has to say Cara's last name, she will be "f--ked." She tries anyway, prompting the gals in the elevator to try to say Delevigne and giggle.
Apparently Reese Witherspoon share the very endearing quality of when we get drunk we get REAL southern, REAL fast. https://t.co/HI76ZbaXmE
— Clarke Wolfe (@clarkewolfe) May 9, 2014
Though the videos have been removed from Instagram, they've been re-uploaded on YouTube. Cara wrote with the videos: "The confusion @reesewitherspoon @zooeydeschanel @tennesseebunny @kateupton #HAHAHAHA #loveyouladies" and also: "I <3 U @reesewitherspoon #wisewords #loveitwhenyousaymyname #cheeky." Cara most likely took down the videos because it featured the ladies after a few drinks and using profane language.
In addition, Reese also is trying to maintain a more sober, positive image after her infamous DUI arrest last year. At the time, Reese was recorded telling a police officer that "he would be on national news" after the officer "found out who she was." She also argued with the police, saying she was an American citizen and allowed to stand her ground.
She later issued an apology, and Reese's husband, Jim Toth, pleaded guilty to drunk driving and completed counseling and community service. "Reese and Jim have stabilised their out-of-control home life and are telling friends that their arrest was a huge wake-up call and the best thing that could have happened to their marriage," says a source at Kiama News.
We wouldn't be surprised if it was Reese herself who wanted the video down (although it lives on elsewhere on the Internet), but we say be yourself, Reese! We'll love you no matter what.
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