Bridgerton fans go wild over wet shirt scene inspired by Colin Firth’s famous lake plunge

As expected, Bridgerton’s second season features several scenes that are guaranteed to feature conflicting races. Those who are passionate about Netflix dramas have enjoyed a special clip starring Jonathan Bailey

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Drama series Bridgerton returns to Netflix on Friday, and fans have been treated to a particularly gripping scene.

Based on the best-selling novel by Julia Quinn, Viscount My Beloved, the second season of the regency romance focuses on the love life of Lord Anthony Bridgerton, played by actor Jonathan Bailey .

In a watery scene in the fifth episode of the hit TV series, 33-year-old Jonathan set fans on fire as his onscreen character leapt out of a dripping lake in a piercing white shirt. penetrate.

Avid viewers of the series within hours of its release learned how the scene resembled Colin Firth wearing a wet shirt.






Jonathan Bailey puts in conflict with a specific scene in Bridgerton’s latest series

Many people have flocked to social media to share the side-by-side comparisons of Jonathan and Colin, 61, who dazzled Mr Darcy in the 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Jane Austen.

“Viscount Bridgerton go Mr.Darcy,” one fan captioned their comparison snap on Twitter on Friday – adding some water-themed emojis.

“Fasten your seatbelts for season 2 of Bridgerton is out and we have a similar underwater scene to Mr. Darcy in 1995,” another wrote, with the third season adding: “However, similarities. Anthony and Mr. Darcy this season.”






Colin Firth as steamy Darcy in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice

“A steamy Colin Firth for a new generation,” another viewer observed excitedly, with the additional tweet: “Oh Bridgerton, when I see the wet white shirt clinging to Anthony’s chest. I know. you’re paying attention to Colin firth and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

Earlier this week, the country’s new wet shirt Jonathan revealed how he’s getting back into shape for crunch shots in the latest film from the Bridgerton family.






Netflix viewers loved the dedication

I said New! Journal: “Step into the shoes that Phoebe Dynevor [who returns as Daphne] and Rege-Jean Page who dressed and led so gracefully last season taught me a lot.

“Taking on that responsibility is great for so many reasons. This season requires a lot of calm, stability and readiness. That keeps me going. And everything else seems to fall into place. old. “

The actor also gave his thoughts on why he thinks the first season of the historical drama is a huge success globally, following its release on Christmas Day 2020.







Jonathan’s on-screen character takes on lead role in second season of Bridgerton
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After the eight-episode first season received rave reviews and dominated social media conversations, Bridgerton quickly became the most-watched series on Netflix at the time of its release – with viewers is 82 million households.

“It’s been a wild couple of years for the world, and I think part of it has led to Bridgerton’s success,” he mused. the Christmas romance we deserved after a really hard year.”

* Season two of Bridgerton is now available to stream worldwide on Netflix.

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