Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt started off his Saturday Night Live monologue with a bit of Barbenheimer karaoke to the tune of Taylor's Swift's All Too Well, Variety reported. Of course, no musical is complete without back-up dancers, this time in the form of actual dancing Barbies and Oppenheimers.

Barbenheimer… All Too Well

The number even got full approval from Swift as she posted on X (formerly Twitter), “All Too Well (Ryan and Emily’s Version) !!! Watch me accidentally catch myself singing this version on tour. This monologue is EVERYTHING”.

This is Gosling's third stint at hosting the iconic comedy sketch show. The two-time Academy Award-nominee (the second one for best supporting actor for Barbie) used his monologue to work out letting go of his role. For starters, he said he would no longer make any Ken jokes because he had end his relationship with the character.

“It's not funny. Ken an I, we had to break up. We went too deep. And it's over,” Gosling stated.

However, “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,” he said.

Ryan Gosling tries to exorcise Ken

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A piano was rolled in, Gosling put on the shades and he played All Too Well, which can also be heard in the film he's currently promoting, The Fall Guy.

The actor continues his process of letting go of Ken as he wore the fur coat as he sang. Until Blunt, his Fall Guy co-star, interrupted. She yells at him that he's gone off-script from promoting their movie and that he's “embarrassing himself.”

The Oscar-nominated actress tried her level-best to exorcise the Ken out of him, starting with a glass bottle to the head and then a chair to the back. Gosling then tried another tactic: appealing to her softer side by reminding her of her own time during the awards season with Oppenheimer nominated for an Academy Award.

The actor told her that it was an inferior movie, to which Blunt responded, “It wasn't. We, like, won everything, actually.”

Gosling pointed out that while that may be true, he didn't think that the movie won “people's hearts.”

The actor's return also marks the comeback of beloved sketches such as Papyrus where he rants about Avatar's font. In another notable sketch called Close Encounter with his Barbie co-star Kate McKinnon, he broke character several times.

For his turn this time, Gosling returned with Papyrus 2 — a continuation of the rant. And so did character breaking, this time in a new sketch called Beavis and Butthead.

The actor also made a brief appearance last week when he crashed former SNL castmember Kristen Wiig returned to host, making her debut as a Five-Timers Club member.

The show's musical guest was Chris Stapleton, also returning to SNL. The 10-time Grammy-winning country superstar was a guest in 2016 and 2018. Stapleton won best country song with White Horse at the recent Grammy Awards.