Ryan Gosling Steals the Show with “I’m Just Ken” Performance at Oscars

Ryan Gosling took center stage at the 96th Academy Awards, captivating audiences with his rendition of “I’m Just Ken” from the movie “Barbie.” The power ballad, nominated for Best Original Song, showcased Gosling’s undeniable talent and charisma.

Dressed in a dazzling hot pink suit adorned with rhinestones, Gosling commenced his performance from his seat behind Barbie” star Margot Robbie. With an epic crescendo, he made his way to the stage, surrounded by an explosion of pink and rhinestones, embodying the essence of “Kenergy” throughout the performance.

“Barbie” proved to be a blockbuster hit last year, earning Ryan Gosling a Best Supporting Actor nomination for his portrayal of Ken. Additionally, Gosling’s involvement in the film’s soundtrack catapulted him into the spotlight as a breakout music star, particularly with the catchy single “I’m Just Ken,” which quickly climbed the charts upon its release.


A Spectacular Performance: Gosling Brings “Kenergy” to the Oscars

Gosling’s performance of the song at the Oscars, alongside co-composer Mark Ronson, received a thunderous standing ovation from both the audience in the theater and viewers at home. It was undoubtedly a Kenough performance, showcasing Gosling’s talent and charisma.

Despite the acclaim, “I’m Just Ken” ultimately lost the Best Original Song Oscar to Billie Eilish and Finneas’ “What Was I Made For,” another track from the “Barbie” movie. Nevertheless, the success of the film and its soundtrack ensured that everyone involved emerged as winners.

Margot Robbie cheering for Ryan Gosling
“Barbie” actor America Ferrera, from left, director Greta Gerwig and actor and producer Margot Robbie cheer Ryan Gosling on as he sings “I’m Just Ken” at the 96th Academy Awards.

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The Oscars win for Best Song marked a significant achievement for “Barbie.” Although Gosling missed out on the Best Supporting Actor award, he remained gracious, expressing openness to performing at the Oscars earlier in the year. Mark Ronson, envisioning a grand performance for “I’m Just Ken,” hinted at the possibility of involving Gosling, a multitude of Kens, and even a unicorn in the spectacle.

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