Web Catch: Will Arnett of 'The Lego Movie' lip syncs 'Everything is Awesome'



This definitely qualifies as awesome.

Will Arnett – who voiced Batman in "The Lego Movie" – took to the stage to lip sync the film's popular "Everything is Awesome" song for the Spike TV show "Lip Sync Battle."

He even dressed up like a Lego construction worker, just like in the movie.

Alison Brie also does a 1920s-themed gangster verison of "Bang Bang" by Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj and Jessie J. But let's be honest – we're all here for Will Arnett's proverbial magic.

Sorry – his proverbial illusions.

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