The actor appeared to be taken aback after the 'Barbie' song was announced best song at Sunday night's ceremony
He then stood up and appeared to jokingly shake his head in disbelief while applauding writers Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt as they took the stage to accept the award.
Ronson, 48, went on to address the Ken actor in the audience and told him, “Ryan Gosling, this is as much your award as ours. You made the audience fall in love with this song with your matchless performance, so thank you."
"The fact that you carved out 11 minutes for this prog-rock, power-ballad, dream-ballet, shred fest so the boys could cry and hold hands a little too, we're really forever in your debt for that," Ronson said of Gerwig, 40.
The best song category included two other songs from the Barbie soundtrack, Barbie: The Album: Dua Lipa’s “Dance the Night” and Billie Eilish’s “What Was I Made For?" The other nominees were The Super Mario Bros. Movie song “Peaches,” sung by Jack Black, Lenny Kravitz’s “Road to Freedom” from Rustin and the Julia Michaels-penned “This Wish” from Disney’s Wish.
Barbie picked up five more awards on the night, scoring the gongs for best comedy, best original screenplay, best production design, best costume, and best hair and makeup.
The movie received a whopping 18 nominations in total at the ceremony, which was held at The Barker Hanger in Los Angeles.
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Robbie, 33, was also in attendance at the awards show on Sunday, where she was nominated for best actress.
The Australian star donned a custom red off-the-shoulder Balmain gown, which she teamed with around 100 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.
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