Chris Carmack and his “Grey's Anatomy ”costars bring the Kenergy in 'I'm Just Ken' remake


Chris Carmack transformed Grey Sloan Memorial into the Kendom with a performance of Barbie anthem "I'm Just Ken."

To celebrate Thursday's season 20 finale of Grey's Anatomy, the actor known for his role as Dr. Atticus "Link" Lincoln channeled his inner Ryan Gosling for a spirited remake of the Oscar-nominated song from Greta Gerwig's 2023 blockbuster, enlisting costars Natalie Morales, Camilla Luddington, James Pickens Jr., Anthony Hill, Harry Shum Jr., and Kevin McKidd for appearances.

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Outfitted in pink hospital scrubs, his own version of Ken's faux fur coat, sunglasses, and a rainbow-colored cowboy hat, Carmack traversed the set while lip-synching along to Gosling's vocals.

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Season 20 of Shonda Rhimes' long-running medical drama concluded with a surprise pregnancy for Jo (Luddington) and Link, the consideration of retirement for Webber (Pickens Jr.), and the residents and interns threatening to quit en masse in solidarity with Adams (Niko Terho). The series was recently renewed by ABC for a 21st season last month.

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"I'm Just Ken" last made waves at the 2024 Oscars earlier this year, where Gosling led a performance with costars Simu Liu, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Ncuti Gatwa, and Scott Evans on stage at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. It segued into a sing-along with the A-list crowd, with stars like Poor Things nominee Emma Stone joining in. Written by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, "I'm Just Ken" was nominated in the Best Original Song category alongside Billie Eilish's Barbie ballad "What Was I Made For?", the latter of which won the Oscar.

Check out the Grey's cast's Kenergetic reimagining above.

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