Michelle Williams broke the internet with her impression of Justin Timberlake while narrating Britney Spears' memoir

Now, thanks to the audiobook, we also have a recording of Michelle Williams saying “Oh yeah, fo’ shiz fo’ shiz, Ginuwine, what’s up homie?” as she does an impression of Justin Timberlake while narrating Spears’ memoir.

A clip from the audiobook version of “The Woman in Me” went viral on X last week, garnering almost 17 million views and more than 6,000 reposts to date.

The clip’s caption stated “ijbol,” referring to the internet acronym for “I just burst out laughing.”

In the clip, the five-time Oscar-nominated Williams narrates an anecdote recounting when Spears and Timberlake ran into R&B singer Ginuwine.

“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,” Spears wrote in her memoir, as read by Williams. “J got all excited and said so loud, ‘Oh yeah, fo’ shiz fo’ shiz, Ginuwine, what’s up homie?'”

Spears added in her memoir that Timberlake “wasn’t even embarrassed” when her then-assistant Felicia Culotta mocked his greeting once Ginuwine walked away.

In the excerpt, Spears explained that she sometimes thought Timberlake and his group NSYNC “tried too hard to fit in” with the black artists that they “hung out with.”

“His band NSYNC was back then what people called ‘so pimp.’ They were white boys but they loved hip-hop,” Spears wrote in her memoir, as read by Williams. “To me, that’s what separated them from the Backstreet Boys, who seemed very consciously to position themselves as a white group.”

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The clip sent internet users on X — formerly known as Twitter — into a frenzy, with many replying to the tweet with hilarious comments on Williams’ impression of Timberlake.

“This bout to be the greatest clip of audio since Watergate,” one X user replied to the original post.

“Someone give Michelle Williams the Grammy already for her narrating Britney’s memoir!!” another user said.

“I never buy the audio book, but I may have to,” another user replied.

Spears’ memoir was released on October 24. Earlier in the month, the singer told People that she had chosen Williams to narrate the audiobook version of her memoir.

“This book has been a labor of love and all the emotions that come with it,” Spears told People. “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,” Spears added.

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