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    A guide to every pop song that gets a classical cover on season 3 of ‘Bridgerton’

    Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington and Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton in season three, episode seven of “Bridgerton.”

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    “Bridgerton” season three focuses on Colin and Penelope’s love story.The latest batch of episodes of the Regency-era show includes several instrumental pop covers.Season three features covers of Taylor Swift’s “Snow on the Beach,” Ariana Grande’s “POV,” and more.

    Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for season three of “Bridgerton.”

    Bridgerton” is back with more romance, drama, and, of course, classical covers of the biggest pop songs.

    Season three, which focuses on Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) and Penelope Featherington’s (Nicola Coughlan) friends-to-lovers relationship, features recognizable tracks revamped to fit into the Regency era.

    Here’s a guide to every cover that’s part of the season three soundtrack.

    “Abcdefu” by Gayle Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington on season three, episode one of “Bridgerton.”

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    During the season three premiere “Out of the Shadows,” Penelope Featherington gets frustrated by living at home with her sisters and becomes determined to find a husband this year. So, she ditches her signature citrus-colored gowns and tries out a new hairstyle for Lady Danbury‘s (Adjoa Andoh) ball.

    A classical rendition of Gayle‘s “abcdefu” plays when Penelope arrives at the ball and reveals a dazzling, sophisticated dark green dress paired with sheer gloves. She catches the attention of fellow attendees — including her longtime crush and future husband, Colin Bridgerton.

    “Dynamite” by BTSLuke Thompson as Benedict Bridgerton on season three, episode two of “Bridgerton.”

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    During episode two (“How Bright the Moon”), the Vitamin String Quartet’s cover of the BTS track briefly plays at a ball as Queen Charlotte (Golda Rosheuvel) observes pairs on the dance floor, including Benedict Bridgerton (Luke Thompson) and Miss Stowell.

    “Jealous” by Nick JonasLuke Newton as Colin Bridgerton on season three, episode two of “Bridgerton.”

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    After taking notes from Colin’s charm lessons, Penelope is finally able to speak more naturally with potential suitors during episode two. A cover of Jonas’ solo track “Jealous,” performed by Shimmer, plays as Colin watches with slight envy as Penelope converses with Lord Remington.

    “Cheap Thrills” by Sia featuring Sean Paul Ruth Gemmell as Violet Bridgerton on season three, episode two of “Bridgerton.”

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    The Vitamin String Quartet’s cover of “Cheap Thrills” can be heard during episode three (“Forces of Nature”) as members of the Ton arrive at the Innovations Ball of 1815.

    Violet Bridgerton (Ruth Gemmell) watches as her kids Benedict, Francesa (Hannah Dodd), Colin, and Eloise (Claudia Jessie) head inside. Then a handsome stranger, later revealed to be Lady Danbury’s brother Lord Marcus Anderson (Daniel Francis), helps Violet pick her glove up off the ground.

    “Happier Than Ever” by Billie EilishSam Phillips as Lord Debling and Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington on season three, episode three of “Bridgerton.”

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    Just as Colin is about to finally ask Penelope if she feels the same way about him during episode three, he’s interrupted by Lord Debling (Sam Phillips) whisking her away to dance. As the pair dance to the Vitamin String Quartet’s cover of “Happier Than Ever,” Colin watches on with jealousy.

    “Snow on the Beach” by Taylor Swift featuring Lana Del ReyNicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington, Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton, and Sam Phillips as Lord Debling on season three, episode four of “Bridgerton.”

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    Another Taylor Swift cover appears this season — this time from her “Midnights” album — during episode four (“Old Friends”).

    The song, recorded by Atwood Quartet, can be heard during a pivotal part in the episode, as Penelope asks Lord Debling if love could develop between them over time. Lord Debling admits that his work takes up much of his passion, but he’s glad that she has such a full life already.

    Colin, who arrived late, interrupts them on the dance floor to talk to Penelope. As Colin and Penelope talk and dance, he tells her that she can’t marry Lord Debling because he’ll be away for three years. But Penelope is already aware of Lord Debling’s plans and is going to accept his proposal.

    While dancing with Cressida Cowper (Jessica Madsen), Lord Debling realizes that Penelope sits at her drawing-room window so frequently to catch glimpses of Colin. He ends his courtship with Penelope because he needs to be with someone who isn’t preoccupied with feelings for another person.

    “Give Me Everything” by Pitbull, Afrojack, and Ne-Yo featuring Nayer Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton and Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington on season three, episode four of “Bridgerton.”

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    Episode four culminates in Polin finally getting together, to the tune of a stripped-down version of “Give Me Everything” by Archer Marsh.

    After Lord Debling rejects Penelope, she promptly leaves the ball distraught. Colin runs after her carriage and finally admits that he has feelings for her, too.

    Then, Penelope tells Colin that she’d like to be more than friends and they have a heated makeout session in the carriage. When the carriage arrives at the Bridgerton home, Colin asks Penelope to marry her.

    “POV” by Ariana GrandeNicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington and Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton in season three, episode five of “Bridgerton.”

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    Penelope and Colin share a lengthy, intimate moment — dubbed the mirror scene by fans — during episode five.

    The entire sequence, which is the show’s longest sex scene ever, is set to a dreamy cover of Grande’s “POV” by Strings from Paris.

    “Thunder” by Imagine DragonsVictor Alli as John Stirling and Hannah Dodd as Francesca Bridgerton in season three, episode six of “Bridgerton.”

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    In episode six, Thomas Mercier’s cover of “Thunder” plays in part during an interaction between Violet and Marcus, and continues when Francesca Bridgerton (Hannah Dodd) and John Stirling (Victor Alli) announce that they plan on getting married.

    “Confident” by Demi LovatoJessica Madsen as Cressida Cowper in season three, episode six of “Bridgerton.”

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    Demi Lovato’s “Confident,” covered by Archer Marsh, plays during episode six at the Mondrichs’ ball as Cressida crashes the festivities wearing a bright red outfit with impossibly large sleeves.

    After publicly claiming to be Lady Whistledown, everyone at the ball stares at Cressida and whispers about her.

    “Yellow” by ColdplayNicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington in season three, episode seven of “Bridgerton.”

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    Vitamin String Quartet’s cover of Coldplay’s hit song “Yellow” plays as Penelope walks down the aisle at her wedding.

    The song is a fitting, spot-on choice, considering that the citrus shade was most associated with Penelope before her season three transformation.

    “You Belong With Me” by Taylor SwiftLuke Newton as Colin Bridgerton and Nicola Coughlan as Penelope Featherington in season three, episode seven of “Bridgerton.”

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    Colin and Penelope have their first dance as a married couple to Duomo’s cover of “You Belong With Me” at their wedding breakfast during episode seven.

    “Lights” by Ellie GouldingAdjoa Andoh as Lady Danbury during the season three finale of “Bridgerton.”

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    A stripped-down cover of “Lights,” performed by Archer Marsh, plays during the Dankworth-Finch ball in the season three finale.

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