Bridgerton season 2 was a complete and utter delight. The Netflix series did change a lot of the plot and characters from the books, but fans (some) aren’t complaining. However, after watching the series, fans of the books needed more content to relate to their beloved characters and the cast of the series. The Twitter account of Bridgerton served exactly that. Here’s the tweet:
Do enjoy a most scandalous reading of "The Viscount Who Loved Me" from the Bridgerton cast. Be warned, it may become quite steamy. pic.twitter.com/E7Ji1crGcE
— Bridgerton (@bridgerton) April 2, 2022
What did the fans have to say about Bridgerton season 2 cast reading?
While some fans find the cast members’ expressions and awkwardness extremely funny, others took to social media to praise Jonathan Bailey’s voice. While Anthony might have been a former Capital R Rake, Bailey is anything but that. Nonetheless, fans were as impressed by his reading as they have been by his acting.
Please why they’re like this? 😭😭 https://t.co/9gvMRtFNBh
— ≋L≋ (@chadrege) April 2, 2022
— Stefanie (@neveryourgirl) April 2, 2022
Claudia Jessie and her character Eloise Bridgerton are easily two of the most popular and liked females of the series. She didn’t fail to grab fans’ attention in the video, either. Her natural humor, which isn’t very different from that of Eloise’s, along with witty jokes, seemed to be the center of attention in the video.
Which scene from the books are they reading? Is it in Bridgerton season 2?
Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton book series is well known in the historical romance genre. Despite being based in the Regency era, it is pretty open about intimacy. This is of the first scenes of the same in the second Bridgerton book, The Viscount Who Loved Me.
This occurs after Anthony realizes his attraction to Kate Sheffield and dreams about her. He awakens from this dream, completely shocked and devastated.
Despite his seeming dislike towards Kate, Anthony was shocked when he found himself dreaming of the same woman. This scene sets the stage for the rest of the book, showing readers the first glimpse of the dilemma he is in with regard to his attraction toward Kate.
Fans of the books and the Netflix Original know all too well what ensued later between the two. The rollercoaster that ended with a jilted groom at a wedding managed by the Queen began with this seemingly insignificant scene. This scene, however, never made it to the series, much to the dismay of many book fans.