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Ellen Asked Ryan Gosling A Bunch of Personal Questions and He Was Visibly and Hilariously Squeamish

Ryan Gosling is famously private. Like, is he actually married to Eva Mendes? Does he really have two daughters or are there more? Gosling and Mendes have been together long enough to have multiple children (supposedly), but they don't make any personal appearances together. The man won an Oscar and he walked the red carpet alone that evening.

During a recent appearance on the "Ellen Show," Gosling answered some personal questions for charity. For every question he answered Ellen and Ulta Beauty donated $1,000 to breast cancer research.

The problem? Gosling still barely answered the questions.

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The Audience On "The Ellen Show" Went Absolutely BONKERS During His Entrance

Look, we all have that one celebrity who, if we saw them in public, would go crazy and ask for a selfie. If we saw them on a show, we might scream. But somehow, Ellen got every Ryan Gosling psycho-fan in a room for his interview and they went completely nuts.

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Ryan Gosling And Jimmy Kimmel Got Honest And Personal In Their Post Las Vegas Interview

Ryan Gosling has been on just about every late night TV couch promoting his upcoming film "Blade Runner 2049", but given the circumstances, it's probably not what he would choose to do. In the wake of earthquakes, hurricanes, and mass violence, he wasn't able to just promote a movie like nothing was happening. Instead, he and Jimmy Kimmel had a very personal conversation about how they were feeling, what it was like for Jimmy growing up in Las Vegas, and Ryan Gosling's love for the Old Vegas.

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8 GIFS of Ryan Gosling Laughing on "Saturday Night Live" When He Shouldn't

If you haven't seen Ryan Gosling host "Saturday Night Live," you may not be aware of how many times he's broken character during a sketch by laughing. Most notably, Ryan totally lost it in 2015 during an alien abduction sketch with Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong. During his most recent hosting gig he reprised his alien abduction role and lost it again.

Gosling may have an Oscar to his name these days, but that didn't stop Jimmy Kimmel from asking him about his inability to not laugh during a sketch.

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Ryan Gosling Loses It (Again) During SNL Alien Abduction Sketch

It seems like it was just yesterday that Ryan Gosling hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the first time and was abducted by aliens, but it was actually 2015.

This time around for the 42nd season premiere, Gosling was once again abducted by aliens and forced to recount the experience with Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong.

Before the group could even be questioned by the CIA, Gosling had to thank them for his "bitchin'" hat which he discussed throughout the interview.

Of course, the real star of the show was Ms. Rafferty/McKinnon. How do we even recap the absurd things she said? Basically, she found at least 12 different ways to describe the most private parts of her anatomy.

Gosling took over when McKinnon attempted to explain how the aliens examined her most private of parts ("pink rocket" and "stink rocket" were just two of the ways).

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"La La Land" Choreographer Mandy Moore Shows How She Pulled Of That Iconic Freeway Scene

"La La Land" was iconic in many ways: it is a beautiful movie about the struggle of achieving dreams, the difficulty and magic of romance, and celebration of the golden age of Hollywood. But making an iconic movie is no easy task. Choreographer Mandy Moore (not that Mandy Moore) sat down with Vanity Fair to show how she pulled off the freeway song "Another Day of Sun", which she calls "most difficult difficult thing I ever did in my entire career."

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Kid Goes Over-The-Top Asking Emma Stone to Prom, Makes Friends Look Bad

Kids these days.

In my day, we just asked a girl to prom and she always said, "No! Gross, get away from me!" Now it's a movie production-- it's Ryan Gosling and Hollywood. It's vegan iPhones and "can I be viral yet?" How can a lady turn that down?

For example, Jacob- the kid who recorded a song, recreated the opening of "La La Land," and is asking Emma Stone to prom.


Jacob, bud, you're making your friends look bad. They could only afford flowers, balloons, and a sincere handwritten card to ask their crushes to prom, the poor peasants. And think about this, how many girls in the video would love to go to prom with you. There's at least one. You know, the girl who helped you make this video and got her friends to be extras in it. Ask her, son. She's the one you're looking for.

If Emma Stone says no, I blame this guy.


Bah! Kids these days.

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Ryan Gosling Finally Explained Why He Couldn't Quit Giggling During that Oscars Fiasco

You may remember that this year's Oscars ceremony ended with a real bang in the form of "La La Land" spending close to 2 minutes on stage accepting the award for Best Picture, that they didn't win.

And you may remember that one of the stars from "La La Land," Ryan Gosling, just kind of stood to the side and giggled throughout the ordeal.



In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Gosling finally shared why he had the giggles-- he was just glad no one died.

What really was happening as I was watching, it was surreal anyway, I was watching people start to have this panicked reaction in the crowd and guys were coming on with headsets and I felt like someone had been hurt.

I thought there was some kind of medical situation, and I had this worst-case scenario playing out in my head. And then I just heard Moonlight won and I was so relieved that I started laughing.

Truthfully, I was also so thrilled that Moonlight won. I know the director [Barry Jenkins] … I've worked with them before. It's such a groundbreaking film, made for a million dollars, and incredible achievement and I'm so happy for them that they were being recognized.

And that's that.