March 16, 2023 | 5:29am
Cha-ching for the bling.
Model Cara Delevingne — who recently revealed she went to rehab — is back and making bank.
The “Only Murders in the Building” actress was paid more than $241,000 (or £200,000) to wear Bulgari jewels to the Oscars Sunday, a source tells Page Six.
Delevingne shined in a three-strand diamond necklace with a snake head featuring an emerald eye — and matching diamond earrings — from the high-end brand while walking the champagne-colored carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
She also wore an elegantly eye-catching red gown by Elie Saab to the event.
A happy and healthy (and wealthy) Delevingne was spotted inside, palling around with fellow Academy Awards presenter Florence Pugh at the bar, while abstaining from alcohol, Page Six reported.
When a bartender poured a cocktail for the model, she politely declined and offered it to the crowd, said a spy.
“Who wants a vodka soda?! Vodka soda?!” both she and the “Little Women” actress yelled, a source told us.
Delevingne instead was overheard ordering a club soda and cranberry juice.
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We hear the duo had such a good time, they were even seen dancing and singing together at the bar before heading back into the show.
Earlier this month, Delevingne revealed to Vogue that she sought treatment for substance abuse issues after seeing paparazzi photos of herself looking disheveled and realized she was in a “bad” place.
“At that point, there was a lot of people who were very worried, understandably so,” she told the fashion mag. “But I wasn’t really worried, though … but that is the nature of the disease.”
“All I knew is if I was continuing to go down the road I was, I would either end up dead or, like, doing something really, really stupid,” she added.
Page Six exclusively reported that the model stayed at celebrity favorite Cirque Lodge in Utah for treatment.
Reps for Delevingne did not respond to requests for comment. Reps for Bulgari could not be reached.