Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez: Still Beautiful, Less Ambiguous
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Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez, K-I-S-S-I-N-G

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January 7, New York

Michelle and Cara endear themselves to fellow basketball fans by licking each other and blowing e-smoke rings at a Knicks-Pistons game.

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January 14, Big Cat Ranch, Nevada

Michelle and Cara play with baby tigers.

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January, Paris

Cara samples Michelle’s finger.

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January 24, London

Photo: Instagram

Michelle holds Cara's hand during simultaneous intravenous vitamin infusions — a hangover cure.

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January 25, London

Michelle and Cara dress up as baby tigers for Cara’s sister’s bachelorette party.

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January 27, Cobham, United Kingdom

Photo: caradelevingne/Instagram

Michelle and friends go paintballing for Cara's birthday, which was in August.


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