April 1st, 2013
05:36 PM ET
We know CNN's Anderson Cooper and his pal Kathy Griffin have been tempted by the idea of a hotline for heartbroken Ryan Gosling fans, but the actor himself is feeling a bit unnerved.
The phone line - or Gosline, as it's called - is set up to soothe those who feel adrift in life now that the 32-year-old actor has said he needs a break from acting.
Cooper gave it a try on his daytime show "Anderson" last week along with Griffin, and they discovered that all it really amounts to is a recording from "The Notebook." (That seemed just fine for Griffin.)
When Gosling himself caught wind of the Gosline while promoting his new movie, "The Place Beyond the Pines," he was about as surprised as Cooper was when he realized the hotline didn't offer more.
"Are you kidding?" Gosling asked E!'s Alicia Quarles when she inquired about the Gosline. "I'm feeling a little freaked out, yeah. I'm feeling feelings of freaked-out-ness, sure."
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