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Cara Delevingne is clearly a very big fan of rapper Megan Thee Stallion, but some fans are worried that its bordering on an obsession.
The pair met on the red carpet at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, with model Delevingne approaching her friend while she was being photographed.
At this point, the Brit proceeded to throw Megan's dress tail in the air for dramatic effect, although its unclear how much the Hip Hop superstar appreciated this.
You can see the exchange for yourself below:
The moment, captured outside the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, soon started to trend on social media.
Unsurprisingly, their interaction spawned several memes from Twitter users, as well as critiques of Delevingne's enthusiasm.
Seemingly unaware that the pair are very good friends.
your chances of being watched by cara delevingne are slim but never zero pic.twitter.com/rZzs7JQXr6— َdance fever grammy campaign (@ungodlywests) May 16, 2022
Megan Thee Stallion trying to hide from Cara Delevingne:pic.twitter.com/Y5cHRTyd6i— 🦋 (@pedroiriarte_) May 16, 2022
That wasn't the only time the pair were seen together at the awards show, however.
When the Billboard Music Awards finally got underway, Megan took home the trophy for the best female rapper, which provoked a typically hyped reaction from Delevingne.
Although the 29-year-old'’s interactions with Megan were over the top in the opinion of some fans, the pair have actually been friends for some time. The duo were seen dancing together at Cardi B’s Met Gala 2022 after party in New York City earlier this month.
Following her award win on the night, Megan Thee Stallion also went on to perform her new single, 'Plan B'.
The Texas, perhaps best known for her 'WAP' collaboration with Cardi B, is now set to team up with Dua Lipa on the pair's upcoming 'Sweetest Pie' project.
Elsewhere, Olivia Rodrigo was the night's biggest winner after scooping up seven awards, with 54 of the 62 announced before the telecast started in Las Vegas.
Kanye West also collected six awards for his 'Donda' album , while Drake took home five awards, adding to his all-time most Billboard Award wins with 34.
Australian artist The Kid Laroi won his first five Billboard Awards for his song 'Stay' - which he collaborated on with Justin Bieber.
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