There's something about Jim Carrey, apparently: The funnyman was spotted sunning himself over the weekend in Malibu with a new girlfriend in tow. The yet-unidentified brunette showed off plenty of skin in her teeny bikini - and Carrey looked like a kid in a candy store.
The 50-year-old actor was dating Anatasia Vitkina, 23, earlier this year, though it appears they've broke it off. This is hardly the first time that Carrey has pursued a younger woman - remember that creepy video he made for Emma Stone in 2011?
But, Carrey must have the moves because he's attracted some of the hottest women in Hollywood. Let's take a look back at his famous gal pals.
Carrey and actress Lauren Holly started dating - and eventually married - after meeting on the set of "Dumb and Dumber." They split in 1997, but it seems like the two have no ill-will.
"I never really had an a**hole guy in my life. In fact, they were the most amazing men on the planet. It was just that their personalities were as big as mine, if not bigger," she told Redbook. Holly remarried in 2000 and now has three children.
Carrey found love again at work when he started dating his "Me, Myself & Irene" co-star Renee Zellweger in 1999.
"She's absolutely a gem of a human being," he said at the time. "She's very funny - even though she can be bashful at certain times."
They even got engaged, but broke it off a short time later.
"They just wanted different things," her rep said at the time.
Carrey's most high-profile girlfriend of the past decade was former "Playboy" Playmate Jenny McCarthy. The pair dated pretty seriously for five years before breaking it off for good in 2010.
McCarthy later told Oprah that she knew it was time to re-evaluate the relationship after it became more of a headache than love.
"The first thing is, when it's not fun anymore, you need to start investigating and doing an inquiry into the relationship," she said.
McCarthy told Oprah that she had no regrets about her time with the "Ace Ventura" star, though.
"Those moments where you saw us together, was it love? You're damned right it was," she added. "The problem is there wasn't a photographer when the times were rough."
The hardest part was getting her Autistic son, Evan, acclimated to life without Carrey. She later admitted that he went to therapy to deal with the pain. Break ups are never fun, are they?
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