Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt Bid Farewell to Barbenheimer By Singing “All Too Well” on SNL: Watch

After last year’s Barbenheimer phenomenon, Barbie’s Ryan Gosling and Oppenheimer’s Emily Blunt now find themselves starring together in the action/comedy The Fall Guy. But in the monologue of this week’s Saturday Night Live, both actors expressed reservations about moving on from such iconic roles with a spoof performance of Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well.”

The elaborate sketch featured choreographed dancers and costumes and scenery referencing both films. “You know, when you play a character that hard, that long, just letting go feels like a breakup and for processing a breakup, there’s really only one thing that can help: The music of the great Taylor Swift,” remarked Gosling, who served as this week’s SNL host.

“I was just Ken, and now, I’m just Ryan,” Gosling proceeded to sing. In her own verse, Blunt lamented, “I usеd to be the alcoholic wife of a dudе in a hat/ Talking to Albert Einstein/ Sippin’ a margarita/ With some Christopher Nolan and a bag of Vodkila.”


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Gosling and Blunt then came together on the final verse, trading lyrics: “We were Kitty and Ken/ And I wish you could have seen us/ You were loyal to the end/ And your guy had no penis.”

The Fall Guy is set to open in theaters on May 3rd.

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