Pitbull Says Dalé! to ‘Bridgerton’ Using ‘Give Me Everything’ During Carriage-Rocking Sex Scene

Pitbull Says Dalé! to ‘Bridgerton’ Using ‘Give Me Everything’ During Carriage-Rocking Sex Scene

Pitbull is always up for a party, especially if it involves people getting down to his music. That’s why Mr. 305 couldn’t help commenting when the new season of Bridgerton used one of its signature instrumental classical takes on his iconic 2011 hit “Give Me Everything” to score a window-fogging make-out carriage scene between Colin (Luke Newton) and Penelope “Lady Whistledown” Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) in an episode from the just-released third season of the Netflix costume drama.

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“This again shows the world how music is the international language that transcends over boundaries more so how a hit song can remain timeless,” Mr. Worldwide wrote on X on Tuesday along with a clip of the carriage-rocking lip lock. “Thank you @bridgerton and @netflix for the opportunity, Dale!”

The shout-out got an official response from the Bridgerton

crew on Instagram, where they wrote, “This author would most certainly agree with Lord Worldwide… Music speaks when words cannot.”

As in previous seasons, Pitbull isn’t alone in having one of his songs get a violin and viola makeover. Last season featured reworked songs from Nirvana (“Stay Away”), Madonna (“Material Girl”), Rihanna (“Diamonds”), Miley Cyrus (“Wrecking Ball”), Robyn (“Dancing on My Own”) and Harry Styles (“Sign of the Times”), among others. The current season is going all-in again, with classical covers of tracks from Gayle (“abcdefu”), BTS (“Dynamite”), Nick Jonas (“Jealous”), Billie Eilish (“Happier Than Ever”) and Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey (“Snow on the Beach”).

Check out Pitbull’s post and the response below.


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