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Will BTS Enter the Regency Era of the Bridgerton Family?

The musical sensation and mega-popular boy band, BTS might make an entry into the Regency era with Netflix show Bridgerton. The regency period drama was a massive hit when it first aired in 2019. Soon after it was renewed for a second season. The second season turned out a massive success for the streamer. Almost 82 million viewers tuned in to watch the romance develop between the oldest Bridgerton and the newly arrived headstrong Kate Sharma. 

Apart from the gorgeous visuals, exquisite costumes, and good-looking cast, the series is also known for its spectacular soundtrack. The Shonda Rhimes production has a knack for using classical renditions of modern songs. From Ariana Grande to Harry Styles they have featured all artists except for one – BTS. Maybe the septet may get a feature in the third season and here’s why.

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Bridgerton may use Vitamin String Quartet’s rendition of BTS songs

Vitamin String Quartet covers popular artists and their songs. From Gossip Girl to The Vampire Diaries to Modern Family, every single show has used its covers, even Bridgerton. Now they have just released a BTS cover album. They have previously released Dynamite and Butter as bonus tracks. With that said, there’s every chance that the creators of the period drama may just pick a song for season 3. 

Before the album announcement, Vitamin String Quartet had asked the fans of the Netflix show and BTS fans to name their favorite BTS music for them to cover.  By far the most popular choice turned out to be Black Swan

Jungkook had confessed during a fan interaction that he is a fan of the show. He would definitely love the feature on the show’s album. Moreover, fans (@minniestudio/Twitter) recently reimagined Jimin on the cover of the regency show.

Well, his visuals did fit in well with the regency aesthetic. The Korean boy band is soon to release their World Cup song and has recently released a song with Snoop Dogg and Benny Blanco, Bad Decisions.

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Are you excited for your two worlds to collide? 

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Srabani Biswas

Srabani Biswas is a writer at Netflix Junkie. She is a sociology graduate from Lady Brabourne College. Previously, she has contributed to Sports India Show and The Sports Room as a sports writer, and interned at Ripples Learning. A daydreamer, a dancer, and a lover of dogs, she enjoys quiet evenings with her laptop and a cozy blanket. With so much to do and so little time, she is constantly worried about her growing pile of unread books and unwatched shows on Netflix. Her favourites include Stranger, Vincenzo, Hello! My twenties, Emily in Paris, Never Have I Ever, Peaky Blinders, Stranger Things, Reply 1997 and Sex Education.