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Alanis Morissette Gives You Oughta Know a Bridgerton Twist

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Alanis Morissette’s greatest hit has been given the total “Bridgerton” therapy. In a video launched by Netflix on April 1, the music icon sings alongside to the instrumental model of “You Oughta Know” from “Bridgerton”‘s season two soundtrack with backup music by Kroma Strings and Duomo. We first heard the orchestral cowl in episode 5 of the show’s second season, however watching Morissette belt out the lyrics on prime of the reimagined association took our obsession to the following degree.

Within the music-video-style manufacturing, Morissette croons right into a flower-covered microphone whereas surrounded by magnolia blooms just like those featured in “Bridgerton“‘s title sequence. A couple of third of the best way by means of, clips start enjoying of Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley) placing their sturdy chemistry on show.

“You Oughta Know” is simply one of many many up to date tunes that will get a Regency-era improve in season two of “Bridgerton.” The present’s newest episodes function catchy string covers of different hits like Rihanna‘s “Diamonds,” Harry Types’s “Signal of the Instances,” and Robyn’s “Dancing on My Personal,” whereas the season one soundtrack consists of instrumental renditions of Ariana Grande‘s “Thank U, Subsequent,” Billie Eilish‘s “Dangerous Man,” Taylor Swift‘s “Wildest Goals,” and extra. We won’t wait to see which songs the present’s music director chooses to remodel for season three.