Ryan Gosling reworks Taylor Swift's 'Saturday Night Live' monologue with song 'Everything's Fine'

Bappenheimer's summer is gone, but not forgotten. On April 13, "Saturday Night Live" host Ryan Gosling and his " Fall Guys" co-star Emily Blunt made special guest appearances on the show. The tribute came in an extended form during Gosling's SNL monologue, which kicked off the show with a hilarious Taylor Swift. - Inspirational musical opening.

Taylor Swift Ken-ergy

Gosling's most recent turn as "Saturday Night Live" host comes just over a month after he stole the show at the Oscars with his performance of "I'm Just Ken" from "Barbie." He aptly joked about having to "break up" with Ken because they "went too far." However, to cope with the split, he said he needed "something that helps: the music of the great Taylor Swift."

Cue "everything is fine". Gosling sat down at the piano and began playing the 2012 classic—while putting on his sunglasses, of course. His revised lyrics, a hilarious reference to his time playing Ken, begin, "I shredded Venice Beach, it's true, my clothes were tight, but something about the spandex just felt right."

He even has his own version of the infamous red scarf: Ken's fur coat. Don't worry, he still has it and brought it back.

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Move over, Ken

However, this SNL show wasn't supposed to be about Barbie . Gosling's film "The Fall Guy" is set to be released on May 3, so Blunt took a hiatus from his performance to get him back on track. When he tried to claim he was promoting their movie, she called him out. "Look at you," she said. "You're Kenning now, and I hate that there's even a verb for that."

Blount managed to get him to take off his fur coat, but he still couldn't say goodbye to Ken. Gosling's music came back on and he started singing Barbie again, at least until Blunt came back on stage to do some stunts that reminded him of his role as the "scapegoat." However, even smashing the chair on his back wasn't enough.

When he reminds her of her role in "Oppenheimer ," she's intrigued, too, and soon they're singing a duet about him, inspired by "All Too Well," that echoes St. It rivaled the 10-minute version Swift herself performed on SNL in 2021.

Swift was a huge fan of their revamp of her song, calling it "'All Too Well' (Ryan and Emily's version)!!!" when she shared the video on X (formerly Twitter) . “Look I accidentally found myself singing this version while on tour,” she said. “This monologue is everything.”