Ryan Gosling was joined by a fellow famous Canadian and brought the laughs on NBC's Saturday Night Live...including his own.
The 35-year-old actor hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time on Saturday. He performed several skits, during which he could barely contain his laughter. He also showed off his singing skills and dance moves. The musical guest was Leon Bridges, who performed "The River" and "Smooth Sailin'."
Fellow Canadian and SNL alum Mike Myers, 52, joined Gosling for his monologue. The result? Sha-wing!
Myers rattled off several great things about their homeland, such as their hot new prime minister, Justin Trudeau, Degrassi Junior High (a cult '80s and '90s pre-Drake drama series in which Emma from his show Degrassi: The Next Generation was conceived in a teen pregnancy) and "Sir Justin Bieber."
And in the spirit of the holiday season, the two later sang a Canadian Christmas song.