Margot Robbie And Billie Eilish’s Reaction To Ryan Gosling Singing ‘I’m Just Ken’ Are Almost Better Than The Oscars Performance

March 11, 2024 - Movies


Well folks, it happened. As the world has watched the 2024 Oscar winners crowned in real-time, the performances of the nominees for “Best Original Song” have kept the Ken-ergy up and running. And when it came time for Ryan Gosling to sing Barbie’s “I’m Just Ken,” the reactions from Margot Robbie and Billie Eilish were so hysterical, that it was almost better than the performance. 

Of course, their shocked and laughing faces mirrored what basically everyone was thinking before Gosling’s song and dance number at L.A.’s Dolby Theatre really got going. After Robbie, Greta Gerwig and Eilish’s amazing reactions, the pink-suited singer took the stage with several of his co-Kens from the Barbie cast, including Kingsley Ben-Adir, Simu Liu, and Ncuti Gatwa, the Barbie theatrics really took off. And yes dear fans, the chant of “Can you feel the Ken-ergy?” was kept in the live show. 

But then, out of nowhere, like a pure Oscar surprise, a new player took the field. As if it wasn’t impressive enough that “I’m Just Ken” co-writer Mark Ronson was accompanying Ryan Gosling on guitar, another killer axe showed up to seal the deal. If you were ever thinking “You know what the Oscars need? More Slash!” well then, this next photo is going to be a wish come true: 

Ryan Gosling sings while Slash plays guitar on stage at the 2024 Oscars.

(Image credit: ABC)

Seriously though, could you keep a straight face if you were in the audience for that moment? I was for sure like Robbie during this, looking shocked and laughing so much, as Gosling belted his heart out. After a night that brought us naked John Cena and Kate McKinnon joking about sending ‘tasteful nudes’ to Steven Spielberg, one would have thought the bar was set pretty high to make the audience break with laughter. And yet at this evening’s ceremony, a shining knight did show up, and the reactions to his performance were almost better than the song itself.

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