While we already never know what to expect from Jim Carrey this definitely takes the cake. If you haven’t seen this interview, then you need to.
This past Friday during an interview with E! News at a New York Fashion Week event Carrey literally circled his interviewer Catt Sadler like a hawk. You could say that while this interview was anything but boring it was definitely unexpected, to say the least. In the video of this interview, Carrey dismisses the whole event from the very beginning of the conversation.
“There’s no meaning to any of this”
“So I wanted to find the most meaningless thing that I could come to and join and here I am.”
As if that wasn’t odd enough Carrey continues on to go over how he does not believe in icons and that celebrating icons was the lowest thing that someone could come up with. At this point, you can tell Sadler is quite confused and unsure of where to go with all of this but she continues on.
Carrey then says that he doesn’t believe in personalities and that peace lies beyond them. He claims we are all fields of energy dancing. Oh, but it gets even better. Sadler tries to save the interview by complimenting Carrey on his looks/outfit and he replies with “I didn’t get dressed up. There is no me. There’s just things happening.” And if you take a moment to think about what he has to say, it becomes clear exactly how much meaning his words take on.
Somehow, Carrey is able to bring us great knowledge, even during a time in which most people are saying that he is a bit off. This interview ends with Sadler asking for his thoughts on what has been going on in the world and I guess you could imagine his reply.
“It’s not our world. We don’t matter. There’s the good news.”
I find this to be the most memorable part of this interview. Carrey really seems to be in tune with something more. After saying this he walks off and that is the end of that. Many people are concerned for Carrey as they believe this is a sign he is experiencing severe depression, what do you think? Perhaps he is experiencing an awakening of some sort, and the rest of us should follow suit.