Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson Wow the Crowd with 'I'm Just Ken' Performance at Oscars 2024

Skylar Hawthorne

Updated Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

In a stunning display of talent and creativity, Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson took the stage at the Oscars 2024 to perform the Oscar-nominated original song 'I'm Just Ken' from the movie BARBIE. The audience was left in awe as the duo delivered a mesmerizing performance that captivated everyone's attention.

The song, beautifully sung by Gosling, delves into the life of the iconic character Ken, exploring his struggles with being overshadowed and underestimated. With heartfelt lyrics and a catchy melody, 'I'm Just Ken' is an anthem of self-acceptance and the desire to be seen for who you truly are.

Gosling's voice soared through the auditorium, accompanied by Ronson's masterful musical arrangement. The stage was set with a stunning backdrop, bringing the world of BARBIE to life. The energy in the room was palpable as the audience couldn't help but be swept away by the performance.

Ryan Gosling, known for his incredible acting skills, proved once again that he is a multi-talented artist. His ability to captivate an audience with his voice was truly remarkable. Mark Ronson, a renowned musician and producer, added his unique touch to the performance, creating a harmonious blend of vocals and music.

The Oscars 2024 witnessed many extraordinary moments, but the performance of 'I'm Just Ken' was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the night. It showcased the power of music to tell a story and touched the hearts of everyone in the audience.

To experience the magic of Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson's performance, be sure to watch the video on Oscars.com or in the ABC app. Prepare to be swept away by their incredible talent and the heartfelt message of 'I'm Just Ken'. Don't miss out on this unforgettable moment from the Oscars 2024.

Remember to visit Oscars.com and the ABC app to catch more breathtaking performances and highlights from this year's Oscars.

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