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Michelle Williams Impersonates Justin Timberlake While Narrating Britney Spears' Memoir

Fans are saying "gimme more" as Michelle Williams reads Britney Spears' autobiography while Michelle Williams impersonates Justin Timberlake.

Landon Morton
Oct 27, 20235163 Shares147510 Views
Fans are saying "gimme more" as Michelle Williams reads Britney Spears' autobiography while Michelle Williams impersonates Justin Timberlake.
Williams could play Justin Timberlake in a movie one day, based on how well she did as the voice of Britney Spears in her new book. The five-time Oscar nominee made headlines when it was reported that she would be reading Spears' memoir The Woman in Me on audiobook. Her reading has already lived up to the hype, as a passage from the book went viral just one day after it came out.

Michelle Williams Impersonates Justin Timberlake

Michelle Williams wearing a silver dress
Michelle Williams wearing a silver dress
That's where this should go: things you didn't know you needed but really did. This week, Britney Spears' autobiography, The Woman In Me, came out. Many of us are reading it very quickly. In the book, Spears really lets her guard down. Among other shocking things, she wrote that she had an abortion because Justin Timberlake wasn't ready to be a dad.
For those who don't know, Williams did the speech for the audiobook version of Britney Spears' autobiography, The Woman In Me. Spears said that she told Williams her story because the parts of her book that made her cry were too painful for her to read out loud.
There are also millions of fans who know that the audiobook is read by famous singer Michelle Williams, who does an amazing job with the job. There are even excerpts of the book online that show the funniest parts. The best one is, to wait for it...Michelle Williams reading Britney Spears' hilarious account of how Justin Timberlake embarrassed himself in front of R&B star Ginuwine.
In a part about her relationship with Timberlake, which lasted from 1999 to 2002, Spears talks about their short meeting with R&B singer Ginuwine, which seemed to have made Timberlake want to try a 'blaccent'. Williams says while reading the Oops I Did It Again singer's book:
Back then, people called his band *NSYNC 'so rich.' They were white boys who really liked hip-hop. That's what set them apart from The Backstreet Boys, who seemed very aware of being a white group. *NSYNC hung out with black artists.- Michelle Williams reading Britney Spears memoir
The next part of the clip shows Williams reading Spears's words, in which she said that she thought members of *NSYNC may have tried "too hard." Williams repeats her best imitation of Timberlake, which has led many people to share the video online:
One day, J and I were in New York, going to parts of town I had never been to before. Walking our way was a guy with a huge, blinged-out medallion - he was flanked by two giant security guards. J got all excited and said so loud, 'oh yeah, fo' shiz, fo' shiz. Ginuwine, what's up my homie?'- Michelle Williams reading Britney Spears memoir
After Ginuwine walked away, Felicia [Culotta] did an impression of J: 'Oh yeah, fo' shiz, fo' shiz, Ginuwine.' J wasn't even embarassed.- Michelle Williams reading Britney Spears memoir
As you might expect, users are crazy about this part of social media. We didn't see Michelle Williams imitating Timberlake's embarrassing tries to speak Black language in 2023. Williams might have been channeling her role as Gwen Verdon in Fosse/Verdon and was just giving us "the 'ol razzle dazzle," fo-shiz.
Spears' book came out to the public on Tuesday, and some of the topics it talks about have already caused a lot of buzz.
The "Toxic" singer didn't hold back when she wrote the book. She talked about everything, from an alleged abortion she had at home while dating Timberlake to her marriage to Kevin Federline to how she almost got the part of Allie Hamilton opposite Ryan Gosling in The Notebook.

Final Words

Spears' book came out to the public on Tuesday, and some of the topics it talks about have already caused a lot of buzz.
Even though Williams' cooler Montana accent isn't even close to Spears' southern Mississippi drawl, the way she talks about the worst parts of Spears' life in a slightly distant way has led to some popular moments that are deserved. Of course, Williams' meta-like impression of a young Justin Timberlake as a blacc to impress singer Ginuwine with his street-talk skills has been talked about the most.
And this isn't the only amazing famous voice Williams does in the book. She also does an amazing job of playing Mariah Carey when she talks about meeting Spears in the dressing room of an awards show.
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