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Hollywood comedian Jim Carrey likes to try on women's clothes, according to his actress girlfriend JENNY MCCARTHY
And MCCarthy admits this wasn't a isolated incident: "All I can say is that he's a great, great guy who sometimes likes to dabble in women's clothing."
http://www.contactmusic.com/news.nsf/ar ... ng_1085415
oh dear., i hope Jenny has been misquoted ......Jim will be a laughing stock........i see IMDB has it as a headline story now What he does in private is his business but he won't want the whole industry taking the p*ss..........
lol.....having said that, i'd like to be a fly on the wall when he get's dressed up........lol....
Last edited by fluffy on Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:34 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I think that Jenny was ironic! The journalists are always find something to provoke!
In 2009 will released " I Love Philip Morris", and already think the evil that allusive write against him.
I'm Dumb and I'm proud! :_D
the Philip Morris movie, maybe he was still in character.
Maybe he's moved on to other things, he has to get ready for the HBO
thing, finish the Disney movie and maybe start on Ripley he has to get into the sportscaster/cartoonish mode soon.
My son like bracelets and necklaces and likes when my daughter plays beauty salon with him...LOL and he's only one. That's just kids playing,,, it doesn't mean he will be gay, just means they are playing.
Bah hum bug!!!!
OK....as i read these article I can't help but realize that I'm married to a man that HAS to be Jim Carrey's younger twin or long lost son, lol. My husband is as crazy as can be and is open to almost everything.
I could see Jim in a flowing floor dress and long gloves, lol.
BTW...I wonder if he put the tutu on for Ace Ventura. I think it was his idea, lol.
Schmoyoho-oh-oh-oh accent on the YO!
They look toooooo scary.
There are people who can pull it off and those who can't shouldn't.
I remember being at Kareoke and that was just what was happening.
The majority were more scared of the person than anything.
Most people just said "Wow.. that's scary" and they did not mean
"Scary Spice Girl" either.
Take for instance Jim's rendition of Cher... that was just down right
Scaaaaaary, thankfully it was funny too.
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