Diane Keaton praises fan’s ‘First Wives Club’ video parody: ‘He did a better job than me!’

By , Audacy

Diane Keaton knows a stellar impersonation when she sees it.

The Oscar winner has given her approval to a viral video parody of the musical number from her 1996 film “The First Wives Club.”

In the famous scene, Keaton, Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn sing and dance along to Lesley Gore’s 1963 song, “You Don’t Own Me.”

TikTok star Julian Burzynski reimagined the number by performing all three parts himself. With a trio of wigs and white ensembles, Burzynski perfectly lip syncs and mimics each of the actresses’ moves.

And in keeping it totally 2021, he even dons face masks to go outdoors to replicate the final moments of the scene as Keaton, Midler and Hawn take to the streets of New York.

Burzynksi shared the clip to Instagram and tagged all three stars, with Keaton quickly resharing it to her page.

“FIRST WIVES CLUB,” the 75-year-old captioned the clip. “LETS BE HONEST, I THINK HE DID A BETTER JOB THAN ME!!!”

The video has since received more than 600K views.

Keaton’s followers were equally wowed with the one-man performance.

“I mean he did all 3 really well, but he absolutely nailed you!” wrote one fan.

“Gods almighty! This is friggin 🥇,” added another.

Even Michelle Pfeiffer couldn’t resist Burzynski’s talents and commented, “OMG!!! LMAO!!!”

After seeing the outpouring of support, the viral video star offered his gratitude to Keaton.

“@diane_keaton I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!” he wrote in an Instagram Story, according to Today. “You are an inspiration, my cheeks hurt from smiling so hard! Thank you.”

Keaton, Midler and Hawn are set to reunite in the upcoming comedy, "Family Jewels."

Fingers crossed there's a musical number!

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