Ryan Gosling was in disbelief when he received the Critic Choice Award for the song I’m Just Ken, by Barbie. The news went viral, especially since Billie Eilish, who also participated in the soundtrack with ‘What Was I Made For?’, had won the Golden Globe just a few days earlier. The winners of the Critic Choice Awards are chosen by entertainment journalists, and Barbie broke the historical record of nominations with 19 nominations. Greta Grewing’s film won in the category of best comedy, song (I’m just Ken), hair and makeup, production design, costume design, and original screenplay. Barbie received a total of six awards, including recognition for its exquisite soundtrack.
The winning song, I’m Just Ken, surprised many, including Ryan Gosling himself. The song surpassed Billie Eilish’s composition, and the cameras captured Gosling’s confused and disbelieving reaction. The award was collected by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, composers, who expressed their gratitude to Gosling on stage. They credited Gosling for making the public fall in love with the song through his unmatched performance.
Billie Eilish was also at the gala, and a photo of her with Dua Lipa sparked rumors of a potential musical collaboration. Additionally, Billie Eilish plans to write a musical with her brother Finneas, marking a turning point in her musical career.
The recognition of I’m Just Ken as the winning song at the Critic Choice Awards has brought attention to the film’s soundtrack and the performances of the artists involved. The unexpected win has sparked discussions and rumors within the entertainment industry, adding to the excitement surrounding the event.
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