Ryan Gosling, Emily Blunt USE Taylor Swift To process breakups ‘Barbenheimer’ On ‘SNL’.K

Ryan Gosling, Emily Blunt Use Taylor Swift To Bid ‘Barbenheimer’ Farewell On ‘SNL’

The “Fall Guy” stars proved that they know all too well about Ken and Kitty in a musical monologue.

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Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt used Taylor Swift to process their breakups with their respective “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” characters during a musical monologue on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.

Gosling, in his third time hosting the NBC comedy sketch show, spoke about his upcoming movie, “The Fall Guy,” which also stars Blunt, as he declared he wouldn’t make any jokes about his “Barbie” character.


“Ken and I, we had to break up, we went too deep and it’s over, so I’m not going to talk about it,” Gosling said before a lengthy pause.

“I actually am going to talk about it a little bit.”

The actor noted that Swift’s music is the only way to process a breakup as he made his way to a piano and sang a Ken-centric parody of her song, “All Too Well.”

“If I said I was doing fine, you know I’d be lying, ’cause I was just Ken and now I’m just Ryan,” Gosling sang as he wore sunglasses and a fur coat.

Blunt then crashed Gosling’s performance to scold him for not letting go of the character — and later took matters into her own hands.


“I was there, bleach blond hair, now it’s time to wish Ken farewell,” Gosling sang before Blunt knocked him over the head with a bottle.

“That’s how this is going to go,” Blunt said.

“What the hell, Emily?” Gosling responded.

“You are a stuntman, and you can take a hit and look how cool that was,” she said.

“Stuntman, that is pretty cool. You know who else would think that’s cool? Ken,” Gosling replied as Blunt hit him with a chair.

Gosling continued to spar with Blunt before she offered her own interpretation of “All Too Well,” dedicated to Kitty Oppenheimer, whom Blunt portrayed in “Oppenheimer.” The film dueled “Barbie” during the “Barbenheimer” box office battle last year.

You can watch Gosling and Blunt musically part ways with their past characters below.

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