Pitbull posted his reaction on Instgram to Netflix's Bridgerton using an instrumental version of his hit song Give Me Everything during Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) and Penelope Featherington's (Nicola Coughlan) carriage scene.

“This again shows the world how music is the international language that transcends over boundaries,” he posted with a clip of the scene.


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The series has featured instrumental covers of several pop songs since the first season. Part one of the third season included songs from BTS (Dynamite), Nick Jonas (Jealous), Sia (Cheap Thrills), Billie Eilish (Happier Than Ever), Taylor Swift (Snow on the Beach feat. Lana del Ray) and Pitbull (Give Me Everything feat. Ne-Yo and Afrojack).

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Mr. Worldwide added, “… more so how a hit song can remain timeless.” He also thanked the Bridgerton production team and Netflix for including his song. The singer also shouted out his collaborators on the song, Ne-Yo and Afrojack.

The show's Instagram account, taking on the voice of the regency era gossip columnist, Lady Whistledown (voiced by Julie Andrews) commented on the post with, “This author would most certainly agree with Lord Worldwide… Music speaks when words cannot.”

Last week, Coughlan and Newton talked to THR about the carriage scene. They said the show's writers as well as the fans made their jobs easy.

“I always say that scene for me has everything that makes Bridgerton magic because it has the romance, suspense, drama, the miscommunication and then the sexiness, and then the beautiful moments of humor,” the actress said.

Newton continued, “I think the fans being along for the ride the whole time really makes it special, like a shared experience. The experience that [Nicola and I] shared together, but also they've experienced it.”

The first part of the show's third season premiered May 16 with four episodes. The second part will stream on June 13, also with eight episodes. Season three is based on the fourth book in the series, Romancing Bridgerton. The first and second seasons were based on the first and second books The Duke and I and The Viscount Who Loved Me, respectively.

The Bridgertons were named alphabetically: Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory and Hyacinth. Daphne's (Phoebe Dynevor) love story with Simon Bassett, Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page) was season one's focus since traditionally, the female family members of age are set to marry first. Season two focused on Anthony, the 9th Viscount Bridgerton's (Jonathan Bailey) romance with Kathani “Kate” Sharma (Simone Ashley).

Bridgerton showrunner Jess Brownell explained that they skipped Benedict's story in the third book in order to build up to his season.

“On the Benedict side, he's such a fun character and such a fan favorite that we are really excited to play with him for a little bit more and let him have more fun before he settles down,” she told Entertainment Weekly.

They producers chose to focus on Colin and Penelope's story because the audience already had two seasons to get to know the characters.

“We've been watching Pen's crush and seeing how oblivious Colin is to it. That's a dynamic that you can only play out for so long before something has to change. This really felt like the right time to lean into what's been set up with them,” Brownell continued.