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Jim Carrey Cracks An Awkward Joke On Margot Robbie

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Do they not practice what they are going to say or is it only us who notice things like this? There is surely something wrong about how Jim Carrey and how he cracked a joke on Margot Robbie on The Graham Norton Show. He was invited alongside the Birds of Prey star and Daniel Kaluuya from Get Out and Jodie Turner-Smith from Queen & Slim. As the latter two watched on, Carrey said something to the Australian actor-producer Margot Robbie. Something that people are talking about on social media as well.

Jim Carrey’s Weird Joke On The Show

Jim Carrey and Margot Robbie are both coming up with their new movies. Carrey plays the role of Dr Robotnik in Sonic the Hedgehog. Next, Robbie stars as Harley Quinn in Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of the One Harley Quinn. While talking to Robbie, he said the following:

“I wanted to talk to you because you’re amazing and I’m excited for you. It’s incredible that you’ve got as far as you have with your obvious physical disadvantages. It’s unbelievable, it’s really something.”

What was that all about?

Why did he feel the need to comment about her looks or even the lack of (as if she lacks any) in front of her?

Hats off to Margot Robbie who showed not an ounce of awkwardness and laughed it off. She may or may not have noticed this, but the people watching the show did.

As we mentioned, it is incredible how Robbie handled the clearly awkward joke:

Perhaps we are taking things too seriously because this is Jim Carrey after all? The cracker of lame jokes, and the star popular for The Mask and Ace Ventura movies. this user has his own opinion:

What do you think?

He Also Sings A Song For Daniel Kaluuya

Carrey did not stop just there. After sharing a laugh with everyone, he turned towards the lead actor of 2017’s Get Out, Daniel Kaluuya. He wanted to dedicate a song to him, which apparently he wrote himself. So what were the lyrics to his song? well, you can listen to the whole segment yourself to find out:

At first, it looked like a remix version of Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley. Then, the tune quickly takes off to a seemingly endless “oo”s.

Maybe this is just the typical Carrey after all?

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