Michelle Williams' Impression of Justin Timberlake Is Tearin' Up the Internet

Hear Michelle Williams' Justin Timberlake Impression!

You're going to want to hit play on this impression at least one more time. 

In the 24 hours since Britney Spears' memoir The Woman in Me officially hit shelves on Oct. 24, the internet has been abuzz with the many bombshells the "Toxic" singer shares—from her revealing Justin Timberlake broke up with her via text in 2002 to giving insight into her relationship with sister Jamie Lynn. The audiobook version, too, has the internet buzzing for one reason in particular: narrator Michelle Williams' impression of the *NSYNC member.

In a clip shared to X, formerly known as Twitter, the Dawson's Creek star can be heard narrating a portion of the book during which Britney recounts a trip to the Big Apple with Justin. 

"His band *NSYNC was what people back then called 'so pimp,'" Michelle reads from The Woman in Me. "They were white boys but they loved hip-hop. To me, that's what separated them from The Backstreet Boys—who seemed very consciously to position themselves as a white group. *NSYNC hung out with Black artists."

She continues, "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?'"

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And it is the committed impression of Justin's "fo shiz fo shiz" remarks to Ginuwine that left users in genuine stitches. 

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"If someone can confirm that the rest of the book is this funny, please let me know and I'll buy it ASAP," one user tweeted, while another added, "This bout to be the greatest clip of audio since Watergate."

And of the Blue Valentine actress' stellar performance, users joked Michelle, a five-time Oscar nominee, would be on her way to the coveted EGOT title after picking up the Grammy for audiobook narration.

Ahead of the release of her memoir, Britney explained her decision to only narrate the introduction and enlist the Brokeback Mountain actress to read the rest.

"This book has been a labor of love and all the emotions that come with it," Britney said in a statement to People earlier this month. "Reliving everything has been exciting, heart-wrenching, and emotional, to say the least. For those reasons, I will only be reading a small part of my audiobook. I am so grateful to the amazing Michelle Williams for reading the rest of it."

And of her own involvement, Michelle kept her statement to the point, sharing with the outlet, "I stand with Britney."

For more on some of the biggest details divulged in The Woman in Me, keep reading. 

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