Jim Carrey joined Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show’ on Thursday night where he recounted a terrifying experience. He revealed that he was in Hawaii in 2018 with his daughter and his assistant called him. Jim’s assistant informed him that a missile was believed to be headed toward the island and they had ‘ten minutes left.’
Jim Carrey told Fallon while recounting the petrifying experience that his brain started winding. He said that he was continuously thinking that he does not want to die in his car. Then he said that he had a moment when he found himself just looking at the ocean and thinking about what he could do with the last moments of his life.
“I just decided to go over a list of gratitudes… I could not stop thinking about wonderful things that have happened to me and blessings that I’ve had,” Jim Carrey said. He recalled, “It was lovely. And I got to a point of grace at about two minutes to spare when I found out it wasn’t actually happening.” Jim revealed that all he was planning to do was close his eyes and be thankful because it had been a good ride.
Jimmy Fallon asked him how he reacted to discovering the alert had been sent by mistake. To this Jim Carrey joked, “I got pissed off and heads rolled.”
Even we are grateful that the missile alert was false. But don’t you agree with us that this was such a story? Thank God Jim Carrey is still here among us! Stay tuned for more relatable and exciting stories.