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This is a list of quotes by Cara Delevingne on Non Stop Pop FM. (<> indicates missing parts of quotes).

"You lunatics! Calm down, it's morning! We need to cool out."
―Before songs in the early morning hours
"Okay, time to wake up and smell the pop music, people!"
―Before songs in the early morning hours
"How's that juice cleanse treating you this morning? Are you on the loo?"
―Before songs in the early morning hours
"You see that sun out there? It's speaking to you. What's yours saying?"
―Before songs in the early morning hours
"Another great morning! You love it here."
―Before songs in the early morning hours
"This, my friends, is certainly an evening for pop."
―Before songs in the early evening hours
"What a great night it's turning out to be!"
―Before songs in the early evening hours
"I hope you have a great night, and please don't end up at a boring party."
―Before songs in the early evening hours
"Ah, my favorite time of day. Party time!"
―Before songs in the early evening hours
"Good evening, San Andreas. Stay normal out there."
―Before songs in the early evening hours
"I'm DJ Cara, in case you forgot!"
―In between songs
"It's DJ Cara, the soon-to-be-famous world-class beat-boxer, in here playing some amazing beats for you."
―Before songs
"Stop hash-tagging and dance, please! I'm Cara. It's time to stop relaxing."
―Before songs
"Hello everyone, Cara here, taking you through a little bit of magic. We're going to have a great time - these beats are amazing. My head's just exploded!"
―In between songs
"It's Cara here, bringing you nothing but the absolute finest in 30 years of pop and classic dance music."
―Before songs
"It's DJ Cara here, here in the studio. You know, doing some yoga or meditation while cranking this amazing pop!"
―In between songs
"I'm Cara, the girl with the eyebrows. How are you doing?"
―In between songs
"This is Cara, guiding you through a non-stop battery of pop and dance classics."
―In between songs
"I'm Cara, and we're not stopping! Not until they extradite me."
―In between songs
"Stop giving a damn and dance! You'll be so much happier. I'm Cara, taking you through some incredible music."
―In between songs
"Hello everyone! Love from Cara! Playing fun music from a fun girl who can play drums and EXsorbeo video games. Why are you wasting time with TV?"
―In between songs
"What are you holding all your money for? Buy a drum kit! It always cheers me up, just like this music does!"
―In between songs
"Cara here, getting the universe in order with a few carefully created tracks, hoping to snap you back into that pop state of mind. Everything doesn't have to be so serious!"
―In between songs
"Hi, I'm Cara! What are you wearing? Whiskey and ashes? Oh, I like it."
―In between songs (referencing the alternative band Green or Blue's song Whiskey and Ashes, from their 2012 album Sinking Ships)
"I barely slept last night. Was up for hours playing Righteous Slaughter. I did a speed run on the war pigs level. My favorite level is the one where you mow down all the vegans who are trying to kill you. And for the record, more girls would play online if you would be nice and say sorry. And no, you can't have my gamer tag!"
―In between songs
"It's Cara here, keeping all you well-medicated, sun-worshipers happy. Or, trying to."
―In between songs
"I'm Cara. Let's forget the therapy and dance, shall we?"
―Before songs
"I'm your DJ Cara, loving this music, and loving a place as mad as Los Santos. How do we all end up here?"
―Before songs
"Here's a question from a listener. 'Cara: Do you cosplay?' Who DOESN'T cosplay? Who doesn't enjoy dressing up like a superhero and getting beaten up by the police? Shallow, dull people - that's who."
―In between songs
"*sighs* Just got another creepy text message from Hugh Harrison, that judge on Fame or Shame? I don't even think he's English! Anyone who says they're from Britain almost certainly isn't, and no one from Britain has teeth like that."
―In between songs
"Stop feeling down, I have some amazing music for you!"
―Before songs
"Try to stay happy, Los Santos! Pop music, therapy, industrial-strength antidepressants, the choice is yours. Do the lot! I mean, not all the antidepressants, just the recommended dose. In fact, don't do any. Throw them away! Turn up your radio and dance! Forget about the auditions and rejections and revel in three minutes of bliss."
―Before songs
"You're in the home of pop music, dance music, and dance pop, and I'm your hostess with the playlist, Cara."
―Before songs
"Let's get this straight: we're only about music, pure and spiritual. Getting lost in yourself and having fun. That's what I'm gonna do, even if I have to drag you kicking and screaming. This is Non Stop Pop FM."
―Before songs
"This is Non Stop Pop, dishing out some incredible music for you. I'm like everyone else in this town who moved out here hoping to be an actor or in a band. Some work in catering, others valet parking. And me? Radio!"
―Before songs
"You're stuck on Non Stop Pop. Do not even think about going anywhere at all. Or I'll cry. A lot. *whines*"
―In between songs
"Social media got you down? Reading the comments section of a story convinced you that the world is full of angry morons? Well here at Non Stop Pop we're trying to cheer everybody up! And it's impossible to be depressed when you've got pop music throbbing through your veins."
―Before songs
"It's about time you fell in love with something that will love you back. And that, my friends, is pop music. It doesn't judge you, and I won't either."
―Before songs
"Okay, Los Santos, you're on Non Stop Pop, dance and pop from the ages. Well, not all of the ages. Nothing Elizabethan, nothing from the Dark Ages, but from the last 30 years. Don't touch the dial! I've always wanted to say that. I've never seen a radio dial apart from in a movie. They don't have them, it's all digital now."
―Before songs
"You're on the West Coast's favorite pop and dance music station, and one of the few remaining radio stations that isn't programmed by a computer. Which I'm sure depresses some of you..."
―Before songs
"The pop is resolutely not stopping. Ever. Do we understand each other?"
―In between songs
"This, in case you hadn't guessed, is a pop station. Don't get moody, I can't bear it."
―In between songs
"The energy you give off is the energy you receive, so stop being so aggro, and love the music."
―In between songs
"This is Non Stop Pop, the k-hole of radio. Except without the catatonic schizophrenia so much. It's mostly an outer-body experience, de-realization and disorientation. Good pop and dance music will do that to you. We're going to take you to the eighth level of consciousness here, and if this was a cult, I'd be charging you big money."
―Before songs
"I hope you're having fun, and not because you're all hopped up on some happy pills in order to stop another outburst."
―In between songs
"Don't you feel like you've got caught listening to your younger sister's playlist and secretly loving it?"
―In between songs
"This is the home of massive dance records, classic pop music, good times, and people staying up long after their bedtime."
―Before songs
"We're keeping the party going, here. We're not stopping, we can't! Because of our name."
―In between songs
"Don't go anywhere! Stand still! Dance!"
―In between songs
"These are some classic pop and dance tracks that are definitely worth collecting. Way better than collecting frequent flier miles or credit card points. These are the things that actually make you happy! Come on, you're becoming a virtual hoarder! Just let it go!"
―In between songs
"Okay, okay, don't go away! I'm lonely here. Not really, I have a phone! The perfect companion that makes you feel lonelier."
―In between songs
"Just keep dancing, people!"
―In between songs
"We're not stopping, so you'd better not! Please?"
―In between songs
"Stay for one more song! Come on, party! You're going to fly into irrelevance soon enough, we all are. It's a tedious, non-smoking flight, I hear."
―In between songs
"This is your home for all the music you used to pretend not to like, back when you were trying to be cool. You weren't cool, not ever! Nobody is! It's such a lame concept. It means staring into the middle distant and acting like you're constipated. It's not fun! Be happy! Not cool. And not constipated."
―Before songs
"You really don't hate this music, so stop pretending, please?"
―In between songs
"Stop it! Stop pretending you're not loving this music, please! It's not fooling anyone. Embrace your contradictions."
―In between songs
"You think you can avoid it but that pop hook hits you, and you're mine."
―Before songs
"I know, I know. You're too cool for school. You're too cool for pop. You stand there, all moody wondering why girls don't like you. Because you act like a dick. Smile, be happy. Dance. Laugh. Please."
―Before songs
"I know. You only like underground music. You're too cool. You know everything. You've got all the best friends, you've got all the best taste. I wish I was you. Please can I be you friend? You sound great. Loads of fun, a real laugh. Non Stop Pop FM is less serious, and it's actually about having fun."
―Before songs
"Are you having fun? You remember fun? It's that thing you pretend to have while documenting every moment, meal and faux memory. I've got a challenge for you: turn your phone off for a day and see how uncomfortable you get. You're a junkie, and frankly, I think we all need some tech rehab."
―In between songs
"Eat whatever you want. Drink whatever you want, relax, seriously. Non Stop Pop is about doing whatever feels good, and if you're having a good time then you won't feel bad about it."
―In between songs
"Even if you don't have a shred of confidence, just fake it, like everybody else. You look great, I promise."
―In between songs
"A town this parched needs to leave its troubles behind, and believe me, this place has a lot of issues."
―In between songs
"Here's to a schizophrenic bunch that runs the entertainment capital of the world, crunching out little cubes in our TV tubes of pop culture nonsense."
―Before songs
"If you wanna be number one, you've gotta be weird, so get weirder! If that's even possible. I think it is!"
―Before songs
"Three hundred days a year of perfect weather? It's no wonder so much pop comes out of this town. You either move to Los Santos to become rich and famous, or, to charge five hundred dollars an hour as a therapist to the rich and famous. This is Non Stop Pop, musical therapy just for you!"
―Before songs
"Here we are, drowning in the land of the selfie. Come, you know you love it!"
―Before songs
"It might very well be time to stop commenting on life and just start living it. We live in a world where everything from a designer's new dress to a picture of a celebrity trying to eat dinner to a bloody uprising by people in a foreign land results in moronic comments posted below it. The internet is a k-hole, turn it off!"
―Before songs
"Living by the sea is nice, isn't it? You say 'ocean' but we say 'sea'. It's so relaxing taking a swim with man-eating sharks and radiation! Surf up, San Andreas - the fertilizer you put on your lawn has ruined the water table. Nice going! Fortunately, I have a manic amount of great tracks to keep you dancing, AND your mind off the fact that you live in a place where you can't drink the tap water."
―Before songs
"I just love Vinewood! The sun shines, the people think I'm intelligent because of my accent, and everybody pretends to like you. It's like a toy town run by some smiling psychopath."
―In between songs
"Where I come from, everyone is much more open about the fact that they hate you. Here, people like to pretend they really care. I suppose what can you expect in a town run for actors. A place invented the theme park. We expect people to be genuine? With actors that complain about corporate greed while making 20 million dollars for three months' work? This place is we-ird."
―In between songs
"They call San Andreas the Golden State. *scoffs* Fool's gold, more like."
―In between songs
"If this town is so entertaining, then why are all the people here quite so boring? Now, there's a riddle I feel too young to solve. No wonder TV is so boring, have you met the people who make it?"
―In between songs
"Let's get lost in this music, and do our best to forget the Vinewood actor royalty who would chase a girl half their age and assume it's okay to preach about morality? Vinewood actors themselves only work five-hour days and get paid twenty million dollars. Obscene amounts of money to say other people's words. Sounds like a bloody good gig to me, though..."
―In between songs
"So many people that were vegan are now paleo. Eating like cavemen, this is so weird! But Los Santos is a weird place and you love it! Just like you love all these tracks! Maybe you have to lie to yourself and say you're loving it ironically, but hey, whatever it takes to get you through the day! Sometimes that's tofu, other times it's prehistoric bacon."
―In between songs
"They say, as San Andreas goes, so goes the nation. We are in big trouble."
―In between songs
"Pop is awesome! Papparazzi, not so awesome. There's one who hangs around the radio station that drives me mad."
―In between songs
"Have you seen that new animated film in theaters, The Loneliest Robot in Great Britain? I'm absolutely in love with Marty. I love an awkward English guy with mummy issues who works at a rubbish job, walks home in the rain and plays video games, and drinks a pint in order to erase the dismal world blurring around him. It describes most of my friends."
―In between songs
"Have you seen that cartoon movie in the theater? The Loneliest Robot in Great Britain? It really makes England look like a rainy place, full of football hooligans and swingers. Psh, I mean, nothing could be further from the truth. It's actually full of estate agents and Russians."
―In between songs
"Cara, coming to you live from the entertainment capital of the world, which is really a depressing fact..."
―Before songs
"It's a bit mad how updating Lifeinvader and Bleeter can become a full-time job? But it's nice to know that we are leaving future generations with miles and miles of utter and absolute rubbish! When you smoke a little too much and the darkness of the electronic life starts to close in on you, turn on Non Stop Pop and lose yourself. Don't be so bloody serious!"
―Before songs
"In a town of a moody cops and crying fake celebrities, you might just need an escape. Well, I've got it for you."
―In between songs
"Anyone, I mean anyone who doesn't like pop music is a superior, smug, self-satisfied wanker! And I can say that because it's not rude in this country! So don't be a wanker! Please...nobody likes a wanker!"
―In between songs
"You can stop judging people by the kind of music they listen to. There's nothing worse than a music snob. That boy at the party who has a comment about everything and listens to Drake and can never enjoy themselves? Stop being a critic and commenting on everything. Just live your life! You'll feel so much nicer!"
―In between songs
"Are you ready!? Fergie with Glamorous."
―When Glamorous by Fergie feat. Ludacris plays
"F-E-R, G-I-E is about to teach us how to spell."
―When Glamorous by Fergie feat. Ludacris plays
"A little bit of British 80s for you all now: West End Girls by the Pet Shop Boys."
―When West End Girls by Pet Shop Boys plays
"Some classic pop right now. This is, of course, The Pet Shop Boys, and what a Pet Shop Boy is, I still don't know?"
―When West End Girls by Pet Shop Boys plays
"This is a classic from London. One of the original girl bands from the 90s. This is All Saints with Pure Shores."
―When Pure Shores by *All Saints plays
"Alright, this is Modjo with Lady, A classic house track from 2000, pop fans. Enjoy."
―When Lady (Hear me Tonight) by Modjo plays
"Okay, next we've got a great track about teaching women to listen: Modjo with Lady. She's not listening because you're boring."
―When Lady (Hear Me Tonight) by Modjo plays
"This is Moloko up next with a technically accurate statement The Time Is Now."
―When The Time Is Now by Moloko plays
"The Time Is Now for some Moloko!"
―When The Time Is Now by Moloko plays
"Some electropop from Moloko, The Time Is Now."
―When The Time Is Now by Moloko plays
"Here she is, Robyn with Every Heartbeat."
―When With Every Heartbeat by Robyn & Kleerup plays
"A massive record from Sweden, Robyn."
―When With Every Heartbeat by Robyn & Kleerup plays
"Just 1 Thing next. *laughs*"
―When 1 Thing by Amerie plays
"Let's head back to the 80s. The kings of 80s pop-soul, Hall & Oates, encouraging some further education, which is nice."
―When Adult Education by Hall & Oates plays
"Don't Want to Fall in Love. Listen to this woman, girls."
―When Don't Wanna Fall In Love by Jane Child plays
"It's Miss Jane Child, advising against romance."
―When Don't Wanna Fall In Love by Jane Child plays
"This is a rave classic from the early days of dance music, N-Joi with the very accurately named Anthem."
―When Anthem by N-Joi plays
"This is an amazing pop record, long before any of us were born. N-Joi with Anthem. Sounds just like a modern pop record. Enjoy!"
―When Anthem by N-Joi plays
"Okay, we've got a massive Freemasons remix of Kelly Rowland, putting us all to Work."
―When Work (Freemasons Remix) by Kelly Rowland plays
"Let's go back to '98 with possibly the biggest dance record ever, from Stardust."
―When Music Sounds Better With You by Stardust plays
"Possibly the greatest dance record ever! Stardust!"
―When Music Sounds Better With You by Stardust plays
"Here she is, Britney Spears!"
―When Gimme More by Britney Spears plays
"This is Gimme More from the one and only Britney Spears."
―When Gimme More by Britney Spears plays
"Let's disappear and go M.I.A. with this track, Bad Girls."
―When Bad Girls by M.I.A. plays
"From her fourth studio album, this song is Bad Girls by M.I.A."
―When Bad Girls by M.I.A. plays
"Here she is with the Only Girl In My World, by Rihanna"
―When Only Girl (In The World) by Rihanna plays (Cara humorously says "MY World")
"You might have some moves but, do you have Moves Like Jagger?"
―When Moves Like Jagger by Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera plays
"I see you looking at me with your Naked Eyes. Promises, Promises."
―When Promises, Promises by Naked Eyes plays
"You know you love some Naked Eyes. Promises, Promises."
―When Promises, Promises by Naked Eyes plays
"Let's Go All the Way. Well that name gets right to the point, Sly Fox."
―When Let's Go All the Way by Sly Fox plays
"How can we not include this song? Sly Fox - Let's Go All The Way."
―When Let's Go All the Way by Sly Fox plays
"Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue love this dual hit so much, they each put it on their albums. It's Kids."
―When Kids by Robbie Williams & Kylie Minogue plays
"Let's do a fantastic duet with Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue - Kids."
―When Kids by Robbie Williams & Kylie Minogue plays
"Time for some Gorillaz. No, not the primates, the band!"
―When Feel Good Inc. by Gorillaz feat. De La Soul plays
"It's time to get stimulated! Mis-Teeq!"
―When Scandalous by Mis-Teeq plays
"I love this one. Mis-Teeq with Scandalous, It's Time to get simulated, Mis-Teeq."
―When Scandalous by Mis-Teeq plays
"There's one thing we don't encourage, it's scandal."
―When Scandalous by Mis-Teeq plays
"You know I had to do this song."
―When Everything She Wants by Wham! plays
"Okay, let's discuss: everything she wants? Where do you draw the line, exactly? Let's leave that to you, George."
―When Everything She Wants by Wham! plays (Cara refers to member George Michael)
"This is Corona with Rhythm of the Night. Some classic Italian house for you."
―When The Rhythm of the Night (Rapino Bros. 7" Single) by Corona plays
"This is a classic dance track all the way from Italy, Corona with Rhythm of the Night."
―When Rhythm of the Night (Rapino Bros. 7" Single) by Corona plays
"She's a model, and she can sing as well. Cassie with Me & U."
―When Me & U by Cassie plays
"Half of life is meeting someone halfway. Black Eyed Peas with Meet Me Halfway."
―When Meet Me Halfway by The Black Eyed Peas plays
"We're gonna go do some Lady GaGa right now. And why not?"
―When Applause by Lady Gaga plays
"Now here's a pop ballad that was nominated for a lot of awards. It's Backstreet Boys' I Want It That Way."
―When I Want It That Way by Backstreet Boys plays
"Number one in more countries than you can count, I Want it That Way with The Backstreet Boys."
―When I Want It That Way by Backstreet Boys plays
"A number-one track from Bobby Brown, On Our Own."
―When On Our Own by Bobby Brown plays
"This one tore up the dance charts. Mike Posner with Cooler Than Me."
―When Cooler Than Me by Mike Posner plays
"From Bronski Beat's debut album the Age of Consent it's Smalltown Boy."
―When Smalltown Boy by Bronski Beat plays
"Doing some 80s British synthpop, here. Smalltown Boy - Bronski Beat."
―When Smalltown Boy by Bronski Beat plays
"The girl that made fun of pompous songs about clubs and bottle service, here's Lorde on a track called Tennis Court."
―When Tennis Court by Lorde plays
"They LOVE this song in a French football match. M83 with Midnight City."
―When Midnight City by M83 plays
"Just a classic recent record of urban angst. Midnight City by M83."
―When Midnight City by M83 plays
"Here's a song called Living In A Box. We're all living in a box, really."
―When Living In A Box by Living In A Box plays
"This is a song called Living In A Box, by the band, Living In A Box, from the album, Living In A Box."
―When Living In A Box by Living In A Box plays
"A late 80s classic from the massive album Kick. New Sensation by INXS."
―When New Sensation by INXS plays
"This entire album is slamming! It's INXS with the third and perhaps biggest single from Kick, New Sensation."
―When New Sensation by INXS plays
"Some electropop from Moloko - The Time is Now."
―When The Time Is Now by Moloko plays
"What time is it? It's time for some Moloko - The Time Is Now."
―When The Time Is Now by Moloko plays
"Taylor Dayne says Tell It To My Heart. I say, speak to the hand."
―When Tell It to My Heart by Taylor Dayne plays
"We have to do some Morcheeba, right? Tape loop!"
―When Tape Loop (Shortcheeba Mix) by Morcheeba plays
"Here is a massive radio hit, Days Go By, by the British electronic band Dirty Vegas."
―When Days Go By by Dirty Vegas plays
"The English band Sneaker Pimps. From their 1996 album, it's 6 Underground."
―When 6 Underground by Sneaker Pimps plays
"A special Steve "Silk" Hurley remix of a smash track from Simply Red - Something Got Me Started."
―When Something Got Me Started (Hurley's House Mix) by Simply Red plays
"If you need something to get you started, keep it legal. This is a nice remix of Simply Red - Something Got Me Started."
―When Something Got Me Started (Hurley's House Mix) by Simply Red plays
"Some proper 1980s suit-wearing pop, now, the Blow Monkeys with Wait."
―When Wait by Robert Howard & Kym Mazelle plays
"A British band, the Blow Monkeys, with Wait."
―When Wait by Robert Howard & Kym Mazelle plays
"Hold on to your hats, we're taking a commercial break."
―Before a commercial break
"Beautiful, now we can go to a commercial, so I can play some Righteous Slaughter"
―Before a commercial break
"I'm going to do a commercial, and disappear into Bleeter here for a minute."
―Before a commercial break
"There's nothing wrong with advertising. Trust me, I know."
―Before a commercial break
"Trust me, America is filled with nutters. And here's why!"
―Before a commercial break
"Time for some adverts! That's English for 'commercials'."
―Before a commercial break
"Who doesn't love some rampant commercialism? Don't go away!"
―Before a commercial break
"I'm sorry everyone, we have to break for the news. Drink some water, hydrate!"
―Before a news break
"Slow things down and listen to the news. That should perk you up!"
―Before a news break
"For you news junkies, we're about to take a news break."
―Before a news break
"Let's go and find out why the rest of the world thinks you're all crazy."
―Before a news break
"We should probably hear what's going on with the news."
―Before a news break

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