Eva Mendes’ reaction to her husband Ryan Gosling’s ‘Ken’ photos

Eva Mendes y Ryan Gosling. (Photo by Sonia Recchia/Getty Images)

Actress Eva Mendes cannot get out of her head that shocking image of her boyfriend Ryan Gosling characterized as Ken, the inseparable companion of the very particular Barbie that Margot Robbie will play in a new film directed by the renowned Greta Gerwig.

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That photograph that revolutionized the Internet two weeks ago, in which the Hollywood star appeared smiling at the camera, shirtless, with platinum blonde hair and showing the ribbon of white underpants with the name of his character, already caused at the time a funny reaction of the mother of her two daughters, who celebrated this radical image change on Instagram and warned her boyfriend’s fans that this handsome flesh-and-blood Ken was just for her.

Now, and on her way through the morning show ‘The Talk’, the artist of Cuban origin has gone a step further to recognize that seeing her boyfriend dressed in that way has somehow awakened those adolescent passions that she thought were buried.

“There’s something about that image that has brought me back the flame of… You know, that adolescent tingle. I feel like my man has fueled a renaissance, or rather, a Ken-birth,” he joked to laughter from the girls. space talk shows.

As if that wasn’t enough, Eva didn’t hesitate to ask Ryan to give her those boxers that were used for the surreal photo shoot: “It’s a very funny photo, and that’s exactly what was intended, so it works for everyone levels. And when I saw it, when he sent it to me, I couldn’t resist and said: ‘Can I keep the underwear? Please, I never ask you for anything.’ I’m wearing my underpants myself,” he revealed to the astonished gaze of his interlocutors.


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