Gary Oldman Gives A Dramatic Reading Of R. Kelly’s Autobiography ‘Soulacoaster: The Diary Of Me’

R. Kelly‘s hilariously titled autobiography, Soulacoaster: The Diary Of Me, is obviously required summer reading. And there’s no better way to soak up all of Kells’ stories from his life and career than by listening to one of the world’s greatest living actors read those stories aloud. Gary Oldman appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote the upcoming Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises, and he read a passage from the R&B star’s autobiography. You may never hear anything funnier in your life than Gary-As-R.Kelly saying “You feel me?” and “We’ll just let it do what it do” in his dignified British accent. We know Mr. Oldman is pretty busy being an amazing actor and all, but he needs to record the audio book of Kells’ memoir.

Soulacoaster: The Diary Of Me (that is so much fun to write!) is out now. And for more dramatic readings of the works of pop stars, head here. [Via MTV]