Jim Carrey's Bizarre Emma Stone Video Crashes Website
He also says his message to "The Help" actress is a "comedy routine" but "everything I said is tru."
Jim Carrey's bizarre tribute to Emma Stone -- in which he proclaimed he'd like to have babies with her -- was streamed so many times it crashed his website.
"#goodmornoonevening world. so much traffic on www.jimcarreytrulife.com that the site has crashed temporarily. Back up soon. ?;^\" Tweeted Carey on Thursday.
Shortly after, he added, "www.jimcarreytrulife is back up! you may once again feast upon my #Boing! ?;^>"
Carrey also explained his message to The Help actress: "Yes, my msg to Emma Stone was a comedy routine and the funniest part is that everything i said is tru. www.jimcarreytrulife.com."
He further confused matters by adding: "People often ask me if i'm being funny or serious. The answer is "YES". ?;^]"
Earlier this week, Carrey posted a love message to the 22-year-old actress with a straight face:
“Emma, I just wanted to let you know that I think you’re all the way beautiful. Not just pretty, but you know smart and kind hearted,” he begins.
“If I were a lot younger I would marry you," Carrey, 49, adds. "We’d laugh all day long, go camping, play Yahtzee. And the sex…"
Stone next appears in The Amazing Spider-Man opposite Andrew Garfield; Carrey was last seen in Mr. Popper's Penguins.