An Extremely Detailed Breakdown of Jim Carrey's Karaoke Orgasm in New York City

Rubber-faced actor Jim Carrey was filmed stealing the show this past weekend at the weekly Friday-night karaoke party at Arlene's Grocery in New York City's Lower East Side.

The actor performed a high-energy, crowd-pleasing rendition of Smashing Pumpkins' "Bullet With Butterfly Wings" and faked his way through early Bee Gees cut "I Started A Joke."

The events pinnacle, though, was his full court press take on Radiohead's "Creep," which we've broken down -- in extreme detail -- after the jump.


Jim is getting warmed up for his first song like a true karaoke pro: maximum hamming. And there's nothing better than watching Jim Carrey lap up the spotlight than watching someone else watching Jim Carrey lap up the spotlight. Note the iPhone to the left, it will figure prominently.


Hey! It seems like Mr. Carrey might actually be a little nervous.


He finally starts singing and some thick-neck, Jeep-driving Radiohead fanatic screams "Yeah!" because he just realized what song the band is playing.


Jim pulls off some pretty legit karaoke, but the real attraction is the guerilla camera phone convention that's erupted on the dance floor.


Notice that little dip-down, winky-smiley move he just pulled? Is he flirting with some chick in the front?


Jim Carrey has a karaoke orgasm.


Like a sandwich where the bread is actually ham, Carrey's Thom Yorke impression cheeses its way to the finish line.


A Jim Carrey-slash-karaoke-slash-Radiohead super fanboy needlessly throws metal horns in the air in a righteous display of approval.

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