Britney Spears and Ryan Gosling have had a Micky Mouse Club reunion while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
It has been over two decades since the pair appeared on the kids talent contest, and apparently over two decades since they last saw each other.
The 37-year-old actor spoke about his time with Britney on the show, and revealed that they couldnt remember the last time they were together.
Chatting to Ellen, he said: Well, neither one of us could remember [when the last met up] which is a sign that it has been a while!
Ellen then revealed a picture of the pair on The Mickey Mouse Club and the audience cood over the young Ryan.
He joked: It was probably since then!
The host then went on to ask what it was like on the show, and how it felt to perform alongside both Brit and Christina Aguilera.
Ryan recalled: I remember when we first got to the show they had all the kids perform for one another, there was Christina and Britney and I remember thinking “okay, so theyre like freakishly talented.”
He added: I was used to working with talented people but that was another level.
Ellen asked the star what his talent was and teased him about whether he performed a song or a little dance.
He laughed: I think I was just like “Im Canadian!”
And even though he started out singing on the Disney show, it seems his appearance propelled him into the acting world – with his next role potentially being Willy Wonka.
A prequel film about the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory character is in the works, and talk has already begun to circulate about who might take on the famous role.
While the late Gene Wilders take on Wonka will take some beating for many people, Johnny Depp was brave enough to take on the character for Tim Burtons 2005 remake.
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And now it seems Donald Glover, Ezra Miller and Ryan Gosling are in the running to become the next Chocolatier.
Collider reported, that Glover had been actively pursuing the role – though he may find that his schedule is too packed, what with work on the re-make of The Lion King – in which hell play Simba – underway.
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