Sober Cara Delevingne has alcohol-free fun with Florence Pugh at Oscars 2023
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A happy, healthy and sober Cara Delevingne was seen having fun — and passing on the booze — at the 2023 Oscars Sunday, spies say.
The supermodel — who recently revealed in a Vogue cover story that decided to entered rehab and get sober — was palled around with actress and fellow Academy Awards presenter Florence Pugh, according to sources.
The duo took a break from the star-studded ceremony as they headed down a long ramp and headed to the packed lobby bar at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, where the show was held, we hear.
A pal carried the trains of 30-year-old Delevingne and 27-year-old Pugh’s dramatic dresses, but let go so they could dance and sing at the bar together.
However, Delevingne’s fun wasn’t bolstered by alcohol.
When a bartender poured a cocktail for the model, she politely declined and offered it to the crowd.
“Who wants a vodka soda?! Vodka soda?!” both she and the “Little Women” actress yelled, a source tells us.
Delevingne — who looked happy and healthy in a ravishing red Elie Saab Couture gown — instead opted to drink club soda and cranberry juice, we hear.
It is unclear what Pugh, who is not sober, ordered.
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The “Only Murders in the Building” star previously told Vogue that she knew she needed professional help after seeing concerning paparazzi shots.
“All I knew is if I was continuing to go down the road I was, I would either end up dead or, like, doing something really, really stupid,” she told the mag.
Delevingne called treatment “the best thing” she could’ve done for herself.
“It was always something I was very scared of, but I think I needed that community,” the model added. “I needed that support group.”
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