Diane Keaton Wowed by The First Wives Club Impersonation Video: 'He Did a Better Job Than Me!'

Diane Keaton has found a worthy successor.

The 75-year-old actress was amazed by TikToker Julian Burzynski when he recreated the iconic scene at the end of The First Wives Club in which Keaton and her costars Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn sing a rendition of Lesley Gore's 1963 song "You Don't Own Me."

"You Don't Own Me ❤️/ FIRST WIVES CLUB✨ @bettemidler @[email protected] #firstwivesclub," he wrote in the caption of his video on Instagram.

Keaton saw the video and expressed her amazement by resharing it on her own Instagram account and writing, "FIRST WIVES CLUB," adding, "LETS BE HONEST, I THINK HE DID A BETTER JOB THAN [email protected]"

The Oscar-winning actress also left a series of clapping emojis on Burzynski's original video. 

Burzynski's one-man performance captivated fans as he played all three female roles from the 1996 film, wearing different wigs and a variation of white outfits as the actresses do in the movie.

The TikTok star commented on Keaton's post with, "I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!! I am so honored and no one could ever do a better job than you!! You are an inspiration and you have put the biggest smile on my face!! Thank you."

Keaton responded to Burzynski in the comments with, "YOUR A GENIUS! I LAUGHED SO HARD! THIS IS THE MOST FUN I HAVE HAD IN A LONG TIME!!!"

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Several A-list stars also commented on the video, with Katie Holmes writing, "I love this so much!"

Michelle Pfeiffer also commented with, "OMG!!! LMAO!!!"

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The First Wives Club follows three women going through separations from their husbands who seek revenge on their partners for having left them for younger women. 

The film also stars Marcia Gay Harden, Elizabeth Berkley, Sarah Jessica Parker, Maggie Smith, Rob Reiner, Bronson Pinchot, Eileen Heckart, Stockard Channing and Heather Locklear.

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