The best and worst moments from the Oscars



The films that comprised the “Barbenheimer” phenomenon also held our attention on Sunday night, which was appropriate for an Academy Awards ceremony honoring 2023. To be precise, none of it was shocking because we already knew Ryan Gosling would sing “I’m Just Ken” from “Barbie.”. Additionally, “Oppenheimer” had been the front-runner for the ceremony ever since the fall awards season began. Still, we had no idea how much the ceremony—which went pretty much as planned—would benefit from those two big hits. The highs and lows as observed are listed here.

The most endearing rendition of “I’m Just Ken” by Ryan Gosling.

The USA’s No. 1 Ken, the star of “Barbie,” Ryan Gosling, who is also nominated for best supporting actor and who performed “I’m Just Ken,” one of the two “Barbie” songs that are nominated, brought the house down. Gosling and Emily Blunt presented a tribute to stunt performers. He danced and sang passionately while wearing a shimmering hot pink tuxedo, supported by a number of his co-stars, including Simu Liu, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Scott Evans, and Ncuti Gatwa.

Greta Gerwig, Margot Robbie, America Ferrera, and Emma Stone were briefly on stage when Gosling wandered around the audience. Giant “Barbie” face cutouts swirled around him as he was raised into the air and spun. Wolfgang Van Halen and Slash from Guns N’ Roses played guitar, while Mark Ronson, the song’s co-writer and co-producer, played bass live. On the first recording, all three had participated. Even though it was pre-announced, the Oscars certainly got their wish for a sensational video moment. And Gosling is still the Hollywood man who has the greatest potential for range. — Alissa Wilkinson.

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