Ryan Gosling39s reaction to I39m Just Ken winning Best Song

Ryan Gosling's reaction to “I'm Just Ken” winning Best Song at the Critics Choice Awards

Ken won't be just Ken anymore, as he just became the winner of Best Song at the Critics Choice Awards for the song Ryan Gosling sings in the movie Barbie.

Tonight, and as part of an evening that favored the Margot Robbie film, I'm Just Ken snagged the statuette of the night's big favorite, Billie Eillish's What Was I Made For? is part of the film's soundtrack.

But the recognition that the song, written by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, won was overshadowed by the unique reaction of Gosling, who not only seemed in disbelief at the news but was also completely confused when he heard the winner of this category.

It happened when the camera decided to focus on the actor, hoping that he would show his emotions, but far from smiling, applauding or jumping for joy; He showed his confusion with a gesture that has already gone viral on social networks.

Not only did Gosling appear incredulous at the news, but he himself admitted that he didn't expect to win, or at least that's what users who tried to decipher what he said to some of his colleagues claimed.

Of course, opinions differed over Ken's face, because while some were adamant that his song didn't deserve this award, others felt that it was just a show of humility; But everyone agreed that it was the best moment of the evening.

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“It's like doing a damn assignment and turning out to be top of your class,” “He didn't even believe it,” “He clearly knew he shouldn't have won,” “Logical reaction from someone who knows that they didn't deserve it”, “He didn't believe it until the composers showed up”, “I think everyone made the same face” are some of the comments you can read.

The truth is that despite the criticism, the song already has over 100 million views on Spotify, although at 500 million it is far lower than the song composed by Billie Eilish.