When you think of Harvey Keitel, you probably think about his many intense and emotional acting performances. Since first collaborating with Martin Scorsese in 1973 on Mean Streets, he's had a career filled with some of the most memorable roles in cinematic history. That includes a pimp in Taxi Driver, the bank thief Mr. White in Reservoir Dogs and an amoral cop in the original Bad Lieutenant.
Apparently, he also enjoys singing pop music.
The Night of Too Many Stars, which will air on Oct. 21 on Comedy Central, is a benefit for autism featuring many of today's premiere comedians. It was recently taped, and an enterprising attendee managed to capture one of the most bizarre and hilarious moments of the night.
Carly Rae Jepsen, the Canadian singer whose song Call Me Maybe has blown up on the radio in North America this year, took to the stage to sing her signature tune. However, she was joined by Keitel, who recited verses from the song and stood among the dancers and backup singers with Jepsen herself.
If you want to get a jump on the video (via Vulture) that will have the internet buzzing for sure when the benefit airs this weekend, do yourself a favor and watch it below.