Cara Delevingne spoke about her Bear Grylls experience during an appearance on Tuesday’s “Tonight Show”.

Delevingne told Jimmy Fallon of starring on Grylls’ show: “I just knew whatever Bear asked me to do I had to do it.

“I ate a rat. I told you I would do anything. It’s not set up. It had been dead for… it wasn’t fresh obviously.”

The actress also demonstrated her Hendrix-style guitar skills as she played Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama” behind her back during the interview.

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Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

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Delevingne told the host, “I always think with musical instruments it’s always fun to play them how other people don’t. Because it’s like, you get taught how to do things and I like to do them unconventionally.”

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She then took part in a “Real Scary Stories” skit with Bill Hader and Fallon, telling the pair: “I was once on a date with a guy. I know, weird right? He seemed normal, but out of nowhere, he said something that will haunt me until the day I die.

“I can sometimes hear it at night. He said, ‘I hope you like vape tricks.’ And then, he did vape tricks. Terrifying. So bad.”