• Ryan Gosling reprises his 'SNL' character
  • Along with 'SNL' star Mikey Day
  • They turn into cartoon icons

The evening started typically enough, with Gosling posing alongside his co-star, Emily Blunt, in a sleek, monochromatic mint suit that screamed Hollywood glam. But it wasn't long before he returned to the spotlight, this time donning a prosthetic nose, a blond wig, and the unmistakable Death Rock t-shirt and shorts ensemble that screamed "Beavis." The transformation was complete, and the crowd was loving it!

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Ryan Gosling and Mikey Day reprise 'SNL' roles

The dynamic duo's appearance was a nod to their unforgettable skit on the April 13 episode of 'Saturday Night Live,' which has since become a sensation, racking up over 10 million views on YouTube. The sketch, featuring 'SNL' cast members Heidi Gardner and Kenan Thompson, had the audience in stitches as Gosling and Day perfectly captured the essence of the troublemaking cartoon characters.

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Behind the laughs: The cast's struggle to keep it together

The hilarity of the sketch wasn't just for the audience's benefit. Behind the scenes, the stars struggled to maintain their composure. Gardner admitted to Vulture how she was taken aback by Gosling's transformation, saying, "I just couldn't prepare for what I saw." Despite her efforts to stay in character, the sight of Gosling and Day in full Beavis and Butt-Head attire was too much, leading to uncontrollable laughter during the dress rehearsal.

Kenan Thompson, known for his ability to play it straight, shared with 'Variety' his own battles with keeping a straight face. The sketch, he confessed, had him in "tears" during practices, highlighting the infectious humor that Gosling and Day brought to their roles.

As the buzz from the premiere continues, fans are eagerly awaiting the release of 'The Fall Guy' in theaters on May 3.