The buzz continues days after Ryan Gosling's captivating Oscars appearance, where he mesmerized the audience with his rendition of "I'm Just Ken." Emily Blunt is among those still abuzz.

Following the Academy Awards ceremony on March 10, Blunt and Gosling jetted off to Austin, Texas, for the premiere of their film "The Fall Guy." During their time there, Blunt shared insights into their experience inside the Dolby Theater and recounted her post-show conversation with her co-star.

Blunt shared with E! News about her conversation with Gosling, stating, "During the flight over, I expressed, 'I just need you to know, it was just utterly amazing.' I truly believe that what he did was exceptional, and I'm not sure if anyone else could have delivered it in the same way."

Blunt noted that there was a noticeable shift in energy in the room when Gosling took the stage.

"The energy in the room when he started performing it just elevated the entire atmosphere," she remarked.

The song "I'm Just Ken," penned and produced by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, received a nomination for Best Original Song at this year's Oscars. It originates from the 2023 film "Barbie."

For the Oscars production, Gosling, who portrayed Ken in the movie, was accompanied by over 62 dancing Kens, 24 Barbie heads, Slash from Guns N' Roses, and a 40-piece orchestra, as reported by Variety.

Ronson shared with E! News' Laverne Cox before the performance that it was going to be an "absolutely bananas spectacle."

"We're only going to have the opportunity to perform this song with Ryan maybe once," Ronson mentioned.

Although the song ultimately lost to another "Barbie" contender, "What Was I Made For?" by Billie Eilish and Finneas, the performance itself resonated as a triumph among audiences.

Blunt and Gosling shared a playful moment as they presented an award together at Sunday's ceremony. Blunt jokingly teased Gosling for reportedly spray-painting his abs for his role in "Barbie," while Gosling retaliated by accusing "Oppenheimer," the film in which Blunt starred in over the summer of 2023, of "riding Barbie's coattails all summer."