Sarah Nicole Landry made the "Barbie" pink carpet a "Kenadian" affair to remember.
On Thursday, the Canadian influencer — also known as The Birds Papaya online — shared an Instagram Reel of herself taking the pink carpet by storm at the Toronto premiere of the highly anticipated "Barbie" movie.
"Last night I got to interview Ryan Gosling and [Simu Liu] (a.k.a.The Kens) for their #Kenadian pink carpet," Landry captioned the clip. "I used a Ken doll as a microphone and asked them the hard hitting questions."
In the video, Landry embraced her Canadian spirit by asking Liu and Gosling Canada-focused questions, including a reference to Tim Hortons.
"If you could design a Canadian Ken doll, what accessories does he come with?" she asked Liu, to which he quipped, "He comes with a Canadian tuxedo — that's obvious — and a box of Timbits in one hand and an Iced Cap in the other."
After being asked the same question, Gosling echoed, "Timbits."
For her final query, the Guelph, Ont.-native asked the actors to choose between Tim Horton's iconic donuts, Honey Crueller and Boston Cream. While Gosling chose to "pass" on the question, Liu settled for "Boston Cream" after asking, "Are those the only choices?"
Landry's post quickly garnered praise from fans, including the official Instagram account of Tim Hortons who commented: "Thank you for asking the tough questions. The Kenergy is off the charts!"
"I love this so much. A Canadian dream come true," a fan penned.
"Literally amazing," another wrote.
Someone else shared: "What a Canadian girl's dream come true. Swooning over these 'Breaker High' and 'Kim's Convenience' stars!"
"This is incredible!" commented another.
In the post, Landry included footage of herself posing on a digital billboard in front of the Eaton Centre in Toronto. The influencer was wearing a hot pink pant set and a denim jacket, in celebration of her partnership with the Canadian apparel brand Reitmans.
She detailed in the caption that she was "swept off" her feet with "love and support" for her latest "win."
"The fact that I allowed myself to see love and support and acknowledge a really great moment in my career — it’s a win," she wrote.