We’re a little speechless, TBH. Cara Delevingne has always been a little strange, but this time it’s a little much. In a #TBT post, the actress appears to be on the floor, naked, while doing an impression of The Lords of the Rings’ character, Gollum. She even lip syncs to the creepy character’s voice by saying, “My precious.” Oh, and did we mention she is bald while doing all of this?

She captioned the post, “#TBT I still don’t understand why I was single…#setlife #golum #beautiful.” Some of her fans still love her regardless, though. One commented, “I don’t care, marry me,” while another explained, “I am 100 percent more attracted to people who are like this than not.” Don’t worry, there were some people who didn’t feel so great about her look. “I’m scared,” one commented, while another wrote, “Thank you for ruining my night.” However, she may have an explanation for all of this — she insinuated that she was filming something at the time this video was recorded. Phew!

The Paper Towns star’s motto is “embrace your weirdness,” as it is proudly displayed on her Instagram profile for all of her 41.3M followers to see. Even though she’s a freaking supermodel, Cara’s pictures on social media are actually quite…normal. She’ll post pictures with her tongue out or with her eyes crossed because that’s just who she is. She confessed to People in 2017, “It’s not about being weird. We’re all weird. It’s about being who you are and not trying to be anyone else.”

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The 26-year-old has also been candid about her struggles with depression while she was growing up. “I always felt pretty weird and different as a kid, and that feeling was something I didn’t understand, or know how to express,” she told The Edit magazine. She continued, “I wish I could have given myself a hug. I wish I’d know that I was still in there somewhere, that I wasn’t my own worst enemy, that I wasn’t trapped. That if you can hold on for dear life — because being a teenager can feel like you’re on a rollercoaster to hell, that’s what it honestly felt like to me — you can get through it. Time moves on, feelings pass, it does get better.”

Well, just keep doing you, girl! Maybe your next post doesn’t have to be so scary, though?

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