Cara Delevingne offered recording contract
Cara Delevingne has been offered a recording contract.
If the 'Paper Towns' actress expresses an interest in becoming a singer, she'll be snapped up straight away by British drum and bass act Rudimental.
The group's Amir Amor said: "We've just started our own record label, Major Toms, so maybe we can get Cara Delevingne on there, that would be cool.
"We hang out with Cara sometimes, we play 'Call Of Duty' with her, but we haven't had any recording sessions with her yet - that's next."
The 'Waiting All Night' hitmakers aren't jumping into a possible deal blind after receiving advice from their friend and collaborator Will Heard, who insists 22-year-old Cara "definitely has a career" in the music industry if she wants one.
Will told the Daily Star on Sunday newspaper: "Cara is a talented singer and should get some music out but she has so many other projects on the go first.
"She definitely has a career there if she wants one."
Meanwhile, Nile Rodgers recently revealed Cara is working on a track with him.
The 'Le Freak' hitmaker said: "I love [Cara], she's awesome. I would say she's a rock chick and a really cool one too.
"It's not helping, it's collaborating. When she played me her tracks I was shocked, it's cool.
"That's the cool thing about music, you get to be shocked."