*** Everyone still in the club is eagerly awaiting Timomatic's next move after doing nothing for the last 2 minutes. Despite this, he still summons the attention of the audience. He gives them his back story, to contextualise his situation, talking about how proud he is to have the opportunity to romaniticise with three different women, as well as owning a spaceship and having 4 top 20 hits in Australia.
He doesn't want to make it too arrogant, so he reminds the audience, those who lost their collective pelvises when he dropped "Set It Off", that this, all that he has achieved, is thanks to them. In doing so, he wants to burn the bridges of his troubled relationships and start anew, asserting that "This is the start of the rest of our lives".
The crowd goes wild in celebration (partially because everyone who downloaded "Set It Off" on iTunes thinks that he's speaking specifically to them). With this fanfare, Timomatic can forget the disastrous happenings of the past year and one night and move onto better things. He's so high up in the clouds at the point, that surely the only way to go is downward via nouns suited for that purpose. 3.3