Timberlake, this guy isn't holding back from expressing his terrified revulsion. Karaoke-based game shows apparently enjoy some sort of niche popularity, since they seem to keep popping up whenever there's a midseason-replacement crisis or an empty "Aw, fuck it. As if this symbolic demonstration of his shameful inadequacy wasn't enough, the scene degenerates into the younger man pelting him with the balls, while the young women look on and laugh. Adding to the degradation, everyone in the clip seems somewhat nervous and unsure of how they even wound up there, with the forced smiles and uncomfortably long eye contact with the camera that's typical in the kind of movies in which Ron Jeremy shows up at the door with a pizza. Over in Japan, however, they've taken the concept of flustering the contestants to an extreme that seems almost unimaginable, unless you've been to a bachelor party where all the attendees and staff were on some kind of sex-offender registry. Which is still pretty impressive. There's no criteria where you're judged on how lovely your singing voice is or how well you emote the pathos expressed in the original version of the song.
Mariah. Age: 24.
But really, what better sign could there be for the Japanese economy than the emergence of a trend like yen bukkake?
Katherine. Age: 23.
Crazy Japanese sex game show
The most recent trend in this genre sees the contestants undergo some sort of challenging distraction while they perform, such as having the lyrics on the teleprompter taken away or having to remain within 20 yards of Steve-O. The "professional" in question is a man highly confident in his abilities, as is befitting of a seasoned practitioner of his chosen craft. Which is still pretty impressive.