Ryan Gosling’s Oscar Performance Brought Kristen Stewart to Tears

She's so real for this.

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Although you won't catch Kristen Stewart wearing Barbie pink on the red carpet very often, the actress admitted to being a "super-duper fan" of the Oscar-nominated blockbuster. Although Stewart wasn't the biggest Barbie kid growing up (she played with more "Weird Barbie"-like toys), she became "obsessed" with the Barbie movie. In fact, she even cried during leading man Ryan Gosling's viral performance at the Academy Awards. During this week's episode of the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast (which was recorded a day after Hollywood's biggest night), Stewart gushed about the record-breaking film and Gosling's beloved performance.

"Oscars were incredible last night. Best they've been in years, I feel. Don't you think it was just a good show?" Stewart asked host Amanda Hirsch before revealing the true reason she enjoyed the awards show so much: Gosling's rendition of Mark Ronson's nominated song, "I'm Just Ken."

"I was, for some reason, crying and laughing while watching the Ken thing," she said. "It's emotional, dude, watching Greta watch it. When they did the one cutaway of her and she was just, like, front-row belting and looking at the thing she helped kickstart...."

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Stewart recently spoke about another iconic film when talking about her upcoming wedding to fiancée Dylan Meyer: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1. Much to the delight of Twihards everywhere, the actress said if she were to have a traditional wedding, she would definitely pick out a dress similar to that of her character Bella's now-famous Carolina Herrera gown.

“I love that dress so much,” she said in an interview with WhoWhatWear. “I remember getting into it. It felt like getting into a real wedding dress because I was being hidden in some room with, like, heaters, and I was like, ‘It’s too hot in here, and my makeup’s melting off.’ And they’re like, ‘Well, we’re not going to be ready for another 30 minutes.’ It was like, ‘But I’m ready now. This is the time that I can play the bride.'"

She added, "Yeah, I think if I were to ever do like a classic wedding dress, this is kind of the one."

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