See Ryan Gosling's Bemused Reaction To Emma Stone's Rambling Acceptance Speech

It was a little odd

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Ryan Gosling did his best bashful face after Emma Stone announced he was 'the best' during her SAG acceptance award speech.

Stone was awarded Outstanding Female Actor for her role in Damien Chazelle's La La Land at last night's 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards, and the star thanked co-star Gosling in her somewhat rambling speech.

"Wow, to be an actor, playing an actor and receiving an actor by a guild of actors... is exceptional ... Oh it's counting me down... I've forgotten everything I've ever thought of in my life," a nervous and out-of-breath Stone said on stage, prompting Gosling to look as perplexed as the rest of us.

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"Ryan, you're the best, that's just the truth, no one can argue it," the star continued, with Gosling blushing and laughing, before awkwardly covering his face with his hands.

Stone went on to thank and praise her fellow nominees, adding: "The women in this category... Meryl [Streep], Amy [Adams], Natalie [Portman], Emily [Blunt] you all inspire me beyond… I mean you're just the greatest. And your intelligence and talent are mind-blowing."

"I feel insecure a lot of the time and genuinely, and feeling like I could deserve anything like this requires a little a bit of mental gymnastics for me," she continued emotionally.

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"And then I was thinking about the shows and the art and to get to be a tiny part of society and bringing people joy and making them laugh and giving people hope - I know I have to wrap up!

"I think I'm going to faint...We're in tricky time in the world in our country, and things are inexcusable and scary, and we need to take action...

"And I'm glad to be part of a group of people that cares and wants to reflect that back to society I said that twice I'm sorry...GAH," Stone concluded, and we nearly laughed and cried as much as we did in La La Land.

Other winners of the night included Moonlight's Mahershala Ali for Supporting Male Actor, and Fences' Viola Davis for Supporting Female Actor, while Netflix series Stranger Things was honored with Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.