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- Jim Carrey Explains Emma Stone Love Video
- Emma Stone Likes Jim Carrey Just As Much As He Likes Her!
- Emma Stone: Response to Jim Carrey's video
Jim Carrey Explains Emma Stone Love Video
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So, Jim Carrey was joking in that seemingly creepy video he made declaring his love for Emma Stone. Except that, he also was completely serious. The star took to Twitter on Thursday to address what he said to Stone, in which he said, "I just wanted to let you know that I think you're all the way beautiful. Not just pretty, but, you know, smart and kindhearted. And if I were a lot younger, I would marry you, and we would have chubby little freckled faced kids.
Emma Stone may still be dating Andrew Garfield. But does Jim Carrey have a chance to steal her heart after all? As you may recall, the year-old funnyman posted a, um, love letter on YouTube last year in which he expressed his feelings for the year-old actress. I was really flattered, I really was! Jason Sudeikis hosted," she recalls.
Jim Carrey has sent the star of The Help a video love letter , posted on his new website, Jimcarreytrulife. I have lines on my face. Sometimes a little gray in my beard and it takes me a lot longer to pee than it used to. Although he does mention sex, Carrey seems to find the topic too exciting to elaborate. Instead, he concludes his video love letter by wishing Stone happiness.
Emma Stone Likes Jim Carrey Just As Much As He Likes Her!
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Emma Stone: Response to Jim Carrey's video
Jim Carrey, the rubber-faced comedian, is trending on Twitter, and unfortunately, it's not because of a hit movie, new TV show, or even a brilliant joke. The video was posted on Carrey's Tru Life video website, which is currently so overloaded, I can't even get on it. But don't worry, you can see Carrey's trembling homage below. No one can seem to decide if Carrey's videotaped profession of undying love—he tells the year-old Stone that he wants to marry her, have "chubby little freckle-faced kids," and would have sex with her every day for the rest of her life—is creepy and disturbed, or genuinely funny. Stone herself can't seem to decide. After reading about the digital mash note, I was prepared to be outraged at the craggy, middle-aged Carrey wooing a woman just out of her teens, but Carrey is clearly not remotely serious.