Jimmy Carr, a comedian, claimed that he formed a friendship with Stephen HThe comic told the Daily Starcomic told the Daily Staring, sending him a message, including a sick gag about his motor neuron disease. Jimmy Carr shared an unusual friendship with Stephen Hawking, according to him.
The comic told the Daily Star that he felt a connection with the scientist genius after sending him some messages, which included a sick joke about the condition. Diagnosed with a rare form of motor neuron disease. The illness left him completely disabled in a wheelchair and unable to speak except through a computer synthesizer. Instead of being offended by the incident, the world-renowned physicist died in 2018 at the 76th age.
Jimmy shared the following: “Once and a while, you meet someone and strike it off unexpectedly. Stephen and I shared a close friendship. Strange, right? He said the A Brief History of Time author would even get drunk at wild parties he would throw. Jimmy began to be friends with Stephen when he sent him an insane note using an offensive word that described his condition. However, he didn’t reveal the details. The 8 Out Of 10 Cats’ host claimed he has a son with similar conditions and asked for a playdate. He claimed he never expected to receive anything back and was surprised when Stephen responded with a “beautiful” letter. Jimmy remembered that it said, “You’re never too young to play, but I fear I’m very busy.” “Here’s an opportunity to go on a balloon ride. Perhaps he would like to ride one. They can also put a wheelchair inside the basket.
Jimmy stated that James Corden was one of his closest celebrity friends. The comedian said that The Late Late Show host would call him daily “just for checking in.” James was there to support Jimmy when Jimmy became famous for participating in a tax avoidance program, which resulted in him suffering daily panic attacks. Jimmy shared his affection for their bond by saying: “James Corden called on the day that the story appeared in the papers just so he could check-in, no judgement. “He was, is, and will always be a great guy.”