Eva Mendes Reacts to Video of Martin Scorsese Jamming Out to Ryan Gosling's Oscars Performance: 'Major Moment'

"This is the best video ever," Mendes raved of the 'Killers of the Flower Moon' director vibing to her beau's Oscars performance of 'I'm Just Ken'

<p>Alexander Tamargo/FilmMagic, Rich Polk/Variety via Getty, Stefanie Keenan/VF24/WireImage</p> From L: Eva Mendes; Ryan Gosling; Martin Scorsese

Alexander Tamargo/FilmMagic, Rich Polk/Variety via Getty, Stefanie Keenan/VF24/WireImage

From L: Eva Mendes; Ryan Gosling; Martin Scorsese

This Ken is a filmmaking legend!

Martin Scorsese was among those vibing to Ryan Gosling's rousing performance during the Oscars 2024 ceremony this past Sunday, as seen in a video shared to TikTok by British Vogue and re-posted to Instagram by Martin's daughter Francesca Scorsese.

Even Gosling's longtime love Eva Mendes took notice — and couldn't have been more stoked about it, sharing the cute clip of Martin, 81, smiling and bobbing his head as he took in the high-energy performance, clearly enjoying every second.

"@Francesca.scorsese Im living for this major moment of your Dad!!!! How F cool!" Mendes, 50, wrote atop the footage on her Instagram Story Monday, adding a red heart emoji.

"This is the best video ever," Mendes concluded, tagging the Killers of the Flower Moon director's own individual Instagram account.

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<p>Eva Mendes/Instagram</p> Eva Mendes' Instagram Story post

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Eva Mendes' Instagram Story post

Related: Eva Mendes Asks Ryan Gosling to ‘Come Home’ to ‘Put the Kids to Bed’ After His Ken Oscars Performance

Wearing a sparkly pink suit and sunglasses, Gosling, 43, took the stage at Sunday’s show alongside Mark Ronson plus fellow Kens Simu LiuKingsley Ben-AdirScott Evans and Ncuti Gatwa to belt the viral Barbie song "I'm Just Ken," complete with maximum Kenergy.

At one point, Gosling turned the mic over to Barbie director Greta Gerwig and stars Margot Robbie and America Ferrera to sing a few lines from the front row. Special guests Slash and Wolfgang Van Halen helped close out the electric performance.

Gosling was nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category for playing Ken. The honor ultimately went to Robert Downey Jr. for his role in Christopher Nolan's star-studded epic Oppenheimer, which also nabbed the coveted Best Picture award.

After Gosling brought down the house with his performance at the Oscars, Mendes posted an Instagram photo of herself in a black cowboy and pink blazer and wrote, “You took Ken all the way to the Oscar’s, RG. Now come home, we need to put the kids to bed. 💋”

While Martin himself may be primarily known for his work behind the camera, he's no stranger to being in front of it — especially for a little fun on social media with his daughter!

Francesca, who was the behind-the-scenes creative director on her dad’s recent Super Bowl commercial, told PEOPLE last month of their TikTok videos, "I thought people were just going to be like, 'Holy crap, that's Martin Scorsese, what is he doing on this app?' Which a lot of the time it is."

Her account, which currently has around 217,000 followers, dates back to 2018; Martin first appeared in one of her TikToks in 2021.

"I saw people doing videos with their parents and I was like, I want to do that. I don't get why I shouldn't not do that," said Francesca, 24. "It just makes sense to me — I'm a total daddy's girl. We're best friends. And I saw people doing this with their dads and I was like, I want to do it. So I did it and I realized that people not only loved him, but they loved our relationship. I love that because I love our relationship and we're very goofy with each other."

"He always says that I make him silly — he's like a big kid," she added. "I say he's like a 15-year-old in an 81-year-old man's body. He is like — a certified silly goose, exactly!"

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