Video Of Reese Witherspoon Telling Cara DeLevigne "I Don't Know What The F*ck Your Name Is" Back Online
May 9, 2014 10:10 AM
Thank you to whoever uncovered this hilarious video, because it's just as good (if not better!) than Reese Witherspoon's drunken arrest video from 2013!
After working it on the red carpet at the Met Gala, Reese headed to an after party where she seemingly had a few celebratory cocktails. The Oscar winner hopped in an elevator with Zooey Deschanel, Kate Upton and Cara DeLevigne, the latter of whom posted the hilarious video above and wrote, "'The confusion @reesewitherspoon @zooeydeschanel @tennesseebunny @kateupton #HAHAHAHA #loveyouladies."
Cara later took the video down, but several media outlets had already copied the clip, in which Reese slurs her words, drops a few f-bombs and fails to pronounce DeLevigne's last name. So what all went down?
- Reese: If you force me to say your last name, I'll be f*cked.
Cara: I love it. I love it when you do it. Say it.
Reese: De-le-vig-ne. Kara? Cara? De la --
Zooey: Delevigne! De la la la.
Kate: We don't know!
Reese: I love you Kara, Cara.
Cara: I love you.
Reese: I don't know what your f***ing name is. That's super French.
Someone: Get me out of this place! Where are we!?
Reese: You know what's the most important thing in a name for a girl? Is that a man can whisper it into his pillow.
OMG! Not only are we dying with laughter, but we want to have a girls' night out with this group! We're just wondering if Reese's reps were the ones who contacted Cara and asked to her take the video down, but after her arrest footage from last year, this isn't really that bad, right?
As you may remember, after hubby Jim Toth was arrested for DUI in April of 2013, a very intoxicated Reese told a police officer she was "allowed to stand on American ground" because she was a U.S. citizen, and she even pulled the "Do you know my name?" line too. "You’re about to find out who I am," Reese sputtered to the cop. "You’re going to be on national news." She also said she was pregnant, though clearly we know that wasn't the case.