Performing I’m Just Ken, Ryan Gosling will Bring the “Kenergy” to the Oscars

Ryan Gosling to Bring the “Kenergy” to the Oscars with Live Performance of “I’m Just Ken”.

Get ready to feel the “Kenergy”! Actor Ryan Gosling is confirmed to perform his Oscar-nominated song “I’m Just Ken” live at the 96th Academy Awards on March 10th. This news comes after months of speculation and excitement surrounding the potential performance.

“I’m Just Ken,” from the critically acclaimed live-action film “Barbie,” quickly became a cultural phenomenon with its catchy melody and humorous lyrics. The song, written by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt and featuring guitarists Slash and Wolfgang Van Halen, is nominated for Best Original Song alongside fellow “Barbie” track “What Was I Made For?” by Billie Eilish and Finneas.

Gosling’s performance promises to be a highlight of the ceremony. Whether he channels his inner Ken with vibrant costumes and playful choreography, or takes a more stripped-down approach, the anticipation is high.

“I’m Just Ken” isn’t the only musical treat from “Barbie.” The film also boasts the song “What Was I Made For?” which explores the societal pressures placed upon women. Both songs showcase the diverse musical landscape within the film and contribute to its overall success.

With Gosling’s performance confirmed, the 2024 Oscars are shaping up to be a memorable night. Whether “I’m Just Ken” takes home the gold or not, the song and its potential live rendition are sure to leave a lasting impression on audiences.