It doesn't get much better than Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt on stage at the same time.
The two Hollywood heartthrobs took the stage at the Golden Globes on Sunday to present a look at their new film The Big Short, which was nominated for Best Comedy or Musical Picture. As soon as the two walked out, the love from the audience was palpable.
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Shouts of adoration were immediate and it was hard to ignore the awesomeness radiating from the stage.
However, there was no love lost on stage. While the 52-year-old Pitt did his best to be friendly, Gosling was clearly "annoyed" by something.
According to the 35-year-old Drive star, he was told he'd be the only one presenting. Instead, he had to share the spotlight with his handsome co-star.
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"It's fine. Obviously I've been re-cast as some kind of Joe Biden/Andy Richter/Robin-type role, and that's fine," Gosling said defensively. "It's fine. I'm here for the movie."
"Well, I'm here to support you, so whatever you want," Pitt said apologetically.
"Oh, that's nice. There you go, take the high road so I look petty," Gosling responded. "Classic Brad. That's just classic, classic Brad."
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It was one of the best-delivered skits from any presenters, which isn't shocking considering the talent on stage. But it seems Gosling's time on SNL this season made him a little more comfortable with live comedy bits.
Also, it's easy to sell comedy when you've got two of the best-looking leading men in the business dressed to the nines. Before they even spoke a word people were screaming for them from the audience, so everybody just ate it up.
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Gosling ended up presenting The Big Short. "It stars Christian Bale, Steve Carell, myself, Melissa Leo and, uh, you know, some other people," Gosling said, awkwardly nodding toward Pitt.
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