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Jourdan Dunn & Cara Delevingne Talk Shrimp Poo And Learn To Chop Veggies On “Well Dunn” Cooking Show Premiere

Submitted by on April 24, 2013 – 10:18 amOne Comment

Not only do models eat. But Jourdan Dunn is out to prove that they can cook as well (just don’t ask them to chop anything).

The supermodel teamed up with her gorgeous model friend Cara Delevingne, who freely admitted “I’ve never chopped in my life,”  for the season 2 premiere of the online cooking series Well Dunn With Jourdan Dunn, which airs on the YouTube channel Life & Times owned by Jay-Z.  Dressed in a hilarious purple Dinosaur onesie, Cara was ready to put her cooking skills to the test as Jourdan taught her pal how to clean shrimp in order to make shrimp tempura.

“Then you’re going to take out the poo-poo,” said Jourdan in the video below. “See all this slime here? That’s where the shit’s from. Nobody wants that.”

Seemingly not impressed, Cara joked: “He hasn’t been eating very much, this little shrimp. He’s been watching his weight. I don’t know why. I mean, you’ve got a perfect little figure, shrimp.”

After deciding that veggies “can be fun” if lightly battered in fat, the ladies made up a song as they diced up the necessary ingredients for their dish. “Choppin’ up the gah-lic and gin-gah and chi-li, choppin’ up the gah-lic and gin-gah and chi-li, choppin’ up the gah-lic and gin-gahhh, the gin-gahhh…” Jourdan sang as Cara added “Ch-ch, ch-ch, ch-ch, chili chili chili. Ah ah ah. Chili chili chili.”

Watch as the ladies show off their model behavior in the kitchen in Well Done With Jourdan Dunn. Do you think Jourdan and Cara did well or do you consider their skills a bit too raw?

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