Chris Carmack, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Cast Bring Kenergy to Set in Honor of Season 20 Finale

Chris Carmack and his Grey’s Anatomy co-stars brought Kenergy to the set to celebrate the show’s season 20 finale.

The actors reenacted Ryan Gosling’s “I’m Just Ken” Oscars performance, with Carmack, who plays Dr. Atticus “Link” Lincoln in the ABC series, donning sunglasses, a faux fur coat similar to Gosling’s now-iconic white ensemble in Barbie, and a rainbow cowboy hat.

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In a video posted to his social media, Carmack enlisted fellow stars Camilla Luddington, Natalie Morales, Jake Borelli, Anthony Hill, Kevin McKidd, Niko Terho, Harry Shum Jr. and James Pickens Jr for their take on the performance that took the Academy Awards for a storm. Together, they lip-synced the lyrics to the Oscar-nominated song.

Gosling performed the hit track onstage at the awards show in March, taking the stage with his fellow Kens, portrayed by Simu Liu, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Ncuti Gatwa and more, in hot pink tails and top hats. Slash also made a special appearance during the performance.

“The season 20 finale of @greysabc is tonight! To celebrate, here’s some fun I had with all the marvelous ‘Ken’s’ on set,” Carmack captioned on his Thursday social media post. “Thank you to the best cast for playing with me! Your talent and generous spirits make it a lovely place to work! Thank you to the best crew for laughing with us and making our show possible!”

He concluded, “Thank you to our writers, producers, and directors that still work tirelessly to make our show successful after 20 years! Last but not least… thank you to the FANS!!! You keep us all going!”

The Grey’s Anatomy season 20 finale is now streaming on Hulu, and the hit series has been renewed for season 21 at ABC.

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