Bridgerton Cast Goes Viral Dancing to Beyoncé in Full Period Costume

Bridgerton cast dances to Beyoncé’s “CUFF IT” in period costumes, showing their fun side off-screen

The cast of 'Bridgerton' dances of Beyoncé behind-the-scenes. (PHOTO: EMMA NAOMI/ INSTAGRAM)
The cast of ‘Bridgerton’ dances of Beyoncé behind-the-scenes. (PHOTO: EMMA NAOMI/ INSTAGRAM)

The cast of “Bridgerton” knows how to have fun, even while filming a historical drama.

In a delightful behind-the-scenes video posted to Instagram, the actors showcased their dance skills during a break on set, grooving to Beyoncé‘s hit single “CUFF IT.”

The video, which quickly went viral, features the cast in their elaborate period costumes, adding an amusing twist to their modern dance moves.

Claudia Jessie, who portrays Eloise Bridgerton on the Netflix series, took center stage in the video. Interestingly, Jessie chose comfort over complete historical accuracy, opting to wear a pair of sneakers under her gown.

Joining her in the dance was Caleb Obediah, who plays Lord Cho, and the duo led their co-stars in an impromptu dance session that highlighted the camaraderie among the cast members.

Emma Naomi, who plays Alice Mondrich, was the first to share the joyful moment on her Instagram account.

Her post, captioned “Yes Eloise,” celebrated Jessie’s spirited performance and gave a shout-out to “Dance Master Lord Cho” for his impressive moves. The post was met with enthusiasm from fans, who loved seeing their favorite characters in such a playful light.

Not long after, Caleb Obediah posted his own version of the dance on Instagram, featuring even more cast members.

This extended version included Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington), Luke Newton (Colin Bridgerton), Martins Imhangbe (Will Mondrich), Bessie Carter (Prudence Featherington), Harriet Cains (Philippa Featherington), and others.

The video continued to draw positive reactions, with fans appreciating the behind-the-scenes look at the cast’s chemistry.

Season 3 of “Bridgerton” recently concluded, delivering plenty of drama and romance for viewers to enjoy.

The season focused on the love story between Colin Bridgerton, played by Luke Newton, and Penelope Featherington, portrayed by Nicola Coughlan. Despite the revelation that Penelope is Lady Whistledown, the couple’s relationship flourished, culminating in a wedding and the birth of their first child.

Another significant plotline involved Francesca Bridgerton, played by Hannah Dodd, and her new husband Lord John Stirling, portrayed by Victor Alli.

The couple’s storyline ended with them preparing for a move to Scotland, adding a new dimension to the Bridgerton family’s ongoing saga.

Additionally, Benedict Bridgerton, played by Luke Thompson, explored his sexuality in a storyline that resonated with many fans.

The introduction of John Stirling’s cousin, Michaela Stirling, played by Masali Baduza, in the latter half of the season also added intrigue and set up potential storylines for future seasons.

As viewers eagerly anticipate the fourth season of “Bridgerton,” showrunner Jess Brownell has hinted that clues about the next leading sibling are embedded in the third season.

In an interview with in May, Brownell teased, “I think that there are some clues. I don’t know that it’s completely obvious where we’re going. But there are definitely some clues for fans to pick over and theorize about.”

With season 3 now streaming on Netflix, fans have ample time to rewatch episodes and speculate about the direction the series will take next.

The blend of historical drama and modern sensibilities continues to captivate audiences, and the recent viral dance video only adds to the show’s charm.

The video of the cast dancing to Beyoncé is a testament to the joyful atmosphere on the “Bridgerton” set.

It’s clear that the actors not only enjoy their work but also each other’s company, creating a bond that translates to their on-screen performances.

This behind-the-scenes glimpse has further endeared the cast to fans, who are more invested than ever in the characters and their stories.

As the buzz around “Bridgerton” continues to grow, moments like these help to sustain the excitement and anticipation for future seasons.

The cast’s ability to have fun and connect with each other, even in full period regalia, speaks to the unique blend of talent and camaraderie that makes “Bridgerton” a standout series on Netflix.

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