Jim Carrey – the comedic legend who is most known for Ace Ventura, Bruce Almighty, and The Mask – gave an incredibly awkward interview on the red carpet during a party hosted by Harper’s Bazaar to celebrate “Icons” by Carine Roitfeld.
Jim started off his discussion with the reporter by circling and staring at her with serious intent.
During the interview, Jim – who is widely known for his hilarious impressions – did a brief imitation of legendary funk singer, James Brown.
During the chat, he said, “there’s no meaning to any of this. So I wanted to find the most meaningless thing I could come to and join, and here I am.”
Sadler, the interviewer from E! News, pointed out the party was for “Icons,” by Roitfeld.
Carrey responded with, “I don’t believe in icons,” before going on to explain that he “doesn’t believe in personalities.”
According to the star of Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, “peace lies beyond personalities.”
Despite his deadpan and awkward discussion, Jim looked very stylish in a patterned black and blue suit.
Carrey said he didn’t “get dressed up,” and “there is no me,” there are just things happening. He said, “we don’t matter,” and “it’s not our world.”
Despite his – some would say – morose perspective, Carrey is excited to celebrate that his series, I’m Dying Up Here, will be getting a second season.
The TV show follows the journey of a comedian in the 1970’s and is based on Jim’s experience as an up-and-coming comic.
Fans of the 55-year-old will remember the comic has been dealing with the loss of his girlfriend, Cathriona White, who died from suicide back in September of 2015. Jim has been in and out of court ever since.