Ryan Gosling’s ‘I’m Just Ken’ wins award

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The song of barbie performed by Ryan Gosling won the Critics Choice Award ahead of pieces by Dua Lipa and Billie Eilish.

Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt and Ryan Gosling won Best Song at the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday. Instead of standing up to accept the award, the actor who played Ken and sang the winning song looked jovially perplexed as his colleagues took the stage.

Ryan Gosling, this award is as much yours as it is oursRonson said. You made the audience fall in love with this song with your unparalleled performance, so thank you. »

Ronson also thanked star and co-producer Margot Robbie, and praised director and writer Greta Gerwig, as well as her husband and co-writer Noah Baumbach, for the opportunity to create the song. “ The fact that you found 11 minutes of this prog rock, this power ballad, this dream ballet, this shred fest, so the boys could also cry and hold hands a little, we are forever in your debt “, he told Greta Gerwig from the stage.

I’m Just Ken “beat the songs” Dance the Night » by Dua Lipa and « What Was I Made For? » by Billie Eilish, both from Barbie. The song also beat ” Peaches » from the film Super Mario Bros.. performed by Jack Black, Road to Freedom » from Rustin by Lenny Kravitz and « This Wish » by Julia Michaels sung by Ariana DeBose for Wish.


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