Michelle as Brit as Justin

So, Britney’s book has come out.  Who has read it?  Hands?  Not even Britney’s?  Here are some of the choice bits to have leaked from the memoir.  She talks about when she flew to Sweden to record her first songs.  “I barely registered the difference between there and New Jersey; I was just in another booth.”  She claims to have turned down a role in the film Chicago – it was for one of the merry murderers who take part in “The Cell Block Tango”.   Her marriage to family friend Jason Alexander only happened because she was bored and “just honestly very drunk”.  Her relationship with Timberlake was volatile and ended when he accused her of having an affair with Wade Robson – who, of course, was “busy” with Michael Jackson at the time.  Brit claims that Justin broke up with her via text!  Lastly, Spears claims Justin used a “blaccent” during the *NSYNC days – in other words, speaking as if he was black.  Since I don’t have an Ebonics/English dictionary, I cannot translate for you. 

But Michelle Williams might be able to translate.  Why?  Well, the five-time Oscar-nominated actress is the one who read Britney’s audio book.  And trust me, you haven’t lived until you’ve heard Michelle Williams speaking as Britney impersonating Justin Timberlake (which you can hear on our website).  “His band *NSYNC was what people back then called ‘so pimp’.  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 the black artists.  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 yea, fo’ shiz, fo’ shiz, Ginuwine, what’s up my homie?”  


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