Ryan Gosling Makes Emily Blunt Jokingly Angry for Singing About Ken

Ryan Gosling just can’t let go of his character Ken from barbie during his Saturday Night Live monologue.

Although he initially said he wasn’t going to talk about Ken because he “broke up” with the character after going “too far,” he ultimately decided to sing about his feelings with a rendition of Taylor Swift’s hit song “All Too Well.” »

“You know, when you play a character that tough, for that long, just letting go feels like a breakup and when it comes to dealing with a breakup, there’s really only one thing that can help: the music of the great Taylor Swift,” said the The The Earth said the actor.

Gosling then sang: “I swear Venice Beach is real / My clothes were tight / But something about that spandex felt so right / I left my rollerblades in that big pink house / But I still got that fur coat and I will wear it. that right now (Invite him to put on the iconic Ken coat).

“If I said I was okay, you know I’d be lying / ‘Cause I was just Ken and now I’m just Ryan,” he continued.

Emily Blunt then interrupted Gosling’s song, (jokingly) annoyed that he’s still singing about Ken, even though he’s supposed to be promoting their next movie. The guy who falls just in time. “What are you doing?” she asked, adding that they planned to do “a bunch of stunts.”

“I was going to hit you with stuff and instead you’re singing about Ken again,” Blunt told the actor. “Look, you’re Kenning right now, and I hate that that’s even a verb. I do not like it. Take off the fur coat. You embarrass yourself.

After receiving a sigh from the audience, the Oppenheimer The actress added: “Guys, I don’t mean to be harsh, but Ryan, you need to move on. It’s time.”

Although Gosling seemed to agree, he quickly noted that he “just couldn’t” move on and launched into another musical number. “Here we are again on the technicolor beach / I didn’t win the Oscar, it was just out of reach / I was there / Bleached blonde hair / Now it’s time to bid Ken farewell,” said he sang just before Blunt knocked him over the edge. head with a bottle.

“This is how it’s going to be,” she said, as Gosling shouted in response: “What’s going on, Emily?”

“You were a stuntman (in The guy who falls just in time) and you can take a puff and see how cool it was,” Blunt said. But just as Gosling was about to add that Ken would also find the stunts “pretty cool,” she hit the actor with another bottle.

“Ken is dead. All right, Ken is dead. The devil wears Prada exclaimed the actress.

However, The nice guys The actor then brought up his “Barbenheimer” phenomenon from last summer, asking Blunt if she ever missed the Oscar-winning film. Oppenheimer movie. And it’s safe to say she does, because they both sang their version of “All Too Well” together.

“We were Kitty and Ken / I wish you could see us / You were faithful to the end / And your man didn’t have a penis,” Gosling and Blunt sang. “I must admit / We’re having a hard time impressing / Now it’s time to wish Ken and Kitty goodbye.”

Previously, during the SNL Cold open Kate McKinnon also returned for another iconic “Close Encounter” sketch with Gosling. Sarah Sherman, Bowen Yang and Mikey Day also appeared in the sketch.

McKinnon’s Colleen Rafferty, Gosling’s Todd, and Sherman recounted being abducted by aliens again, except this time Colleen demonstrated how interested the aliens were in Todd’s private part, or as she also called it , his “troll nose”.

“Just in case you’re wondering, I didn’t get excited,” Todd made sure to note of Gosling. “Whenever I felt like it, I just looked at Colleen here.”

McKinnon, Gosling and Cecily Strong debuted the first sketch “Close Encounter” in December 2015, in which Gosling and Strong’s characters recounted positive interactions with extraterrestrials. However, McKinnon’s character hilariously described a less than pleasant interaction with them.

The trio reprized their characters in October 2017 for another memorable sketch about an alien abduction.

Later in the show, basketball star Caitlin Clark made a surprise appearance on “Weekend Update” to roast Michael Che over a sexist joke.

“The University of Iowa has announced that basketball star Caitlin Clark will have her jersey retired and replaced with an apron,” Che said before introducing Clark ahead of the WNBA draft on Monday.

“I’m a fan, by the way, Caitlin,” the comedian added, but the former Iowa Hawkeyes player quickly responded, “Really, Michael?” Because I heard your little apron joke.

Gosling hosted the sketch show for the third time on Saturday, with musical guest Chris Stapleton.

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