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Watch Academy Award Nominee Gary Oldman Do A Dramatic Reading Of R. Kelly’s Autobiography

Dramatic readings are always fun. It’s even better when the person doing the reading is the complete opposite of what is being read.

Gary Oldman is making the rounds promoting ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, which is due out July 20th. His latest stop was ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’. Oldman plays Commissioner Gordon, and the classically trained British actor has quite the resume. He can now add that he read from R. Kelly’s new autobiography.

His delivery is awesome, and who let R. Kelly write an autobiography in the first place? Sure, he’s had a crazy life, but who cares?

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