In just one week, Delevingne has added two bingeable projects to her résumé.
Most recently, the model and actress tackled on hosting duties in the new docuseries Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne.
The show has a bit of everything, as Delevingne explores human sexuality by attending sex parties, interviewing nonbinary people, and attending drag shows.
"It's a pinch me moment. I just wish it existed, but me being the one to do it... I just can't believe it. Pinching is not enough! Someone slap me on the face already," Delevingne tells Out.
As a world-renowned model for many years, the star is grateful to use her other talents across multiple projects to bring more attention to issues and art she's passionate about.
"I'm an artist at heart. I like to create things in any aspect and I think as a model, I wasn't really able to do that. Now I have the opportunity to do a lot of different things, especially behind the camera. I want to create a lot more, especially with representation and stories that people need to see."
Speaking of stories, the actress is keeping fantasy fans fed with the second season of Carnival Row premiering a couple days after Planet Sex.
"It's coming out within a week of each other and I'm so grateful. They're such different things, but both of them have a lot of representation for the queer community. It's very important and needed."
With second and final season of Carnival Row premiering almost four years after the first season, Delevingne promises fans that they won't be disappointed.
"It's been a minute, but I'm so grateful to the fans for waiting. It's well worth the wait, let me tell you. It's just a lot more of everything in season one. It's a lot of action, a lot of conflict, still romance... it's a bit darker, which I like. [My character] Vignette steps up to a leadership role, so I love that about season two."
Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne is streaming now on Hulu and Carnival Row is available on Prime Video. To see the full interview with Cara Delevingne, check out the video below.
Cara Delevingne Dishes on Exploring Her Sexuality in Hulu's 'Planet Sex'youtu.be