Only Cara Delevingne would be able to tell a story that begins, “So, me, Ruby Rose, and Uzo [Aduba]…” Walk into a bar? Try: devise a devious plan to scare the attendees of Taylor Swift’s lavish New England Fourth of July beach party, a.ka.

Swift’s party was attended by her squad at large, but Delevingne, Rose, and Aduba decided to form a mini-squad devoted to hijinks.

It was an elaborate scheme, complete with flashlights, speakers, and rocking chairs rigged by thread. The scheming model/actress says she and her cohort had to clue in Swift and Hiddleston about their plan because it’s Taylor Swift’s house, and security is everyw.

Delevingne adds in some unexpected commentary on concerns about gun violence in the United States, saying that the trio didn’t want to “Get shot in America.” Corden points out that Swift doesn’t really need security because she’s dating a man who’s training to be James Bond.

Delevingne says the rest of the squad nearly called the police to take care of the paranormal activity.

“I love that you would call the police because you think t’s a ghost in front of your house,” Delevingne muses.

When you find Aduba crouched in the corner with a flashlight under her face, joined by Delevingne, who’s slamming her body into the floor to create the sounds of a massive ghost, then maybe your first inclination might be to reach for the phone and dial 911.

Cara Delevingne