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‘Bridgerton’ star Regé-Jean Page will host ‘Saturday Night Live’ with musical guest Bad Bunny

‘Bridgerton’ star Regé-Jean Page will host ‘Saturday Night Live’ with musical guest Bad Bunny

The heart breaker from the hit Netflix series will be joined by musical guest Bad Bunny on February 20.

Those fans excitedly anticipating the production beginning of “Bridgerton” Season 2 to get their Regé-Jean Page fix can sleep a little better realizing that the British-Zimbabwean heart breaker will next be viewed as visitor host of “Saturday Night Live.” The dearest star — who plays Simon Basset, Duke of Hastings, and one of London’s most qualified lone wolves — will be joined by musical guest Bad Bunny on Saturday, February 20 in Studio 8H for the most recent passage in the 46th season of “SNL.”

Different hosts this year have included John Krasinski, Dan Levy, and Regina King, who facilitated the latest episode. Indeed, even notwithstanding the pandemic, “Saturday Night Live” keeps on occurring inside the studio and with a socially separated, restricted limit crowd.

“Bridgerton,” created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shonda Rhimes, was immediately recharged briefly season subsequent to getting one of Netflix’s most-streamed series ever.

Fan buzz around Page led his name getting thrown into the gossip plant over being a potential competitor to succeed Daniel Craig as James Bond. Page added fuel to his own Bond hypothesis in a December 16 online media post that read, “Regency, royalty. Shaken and stirred,,” a reference to how Bond prefers his martini mixed.

Later in January, during a virtual interview on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Page minimized the gossipy tidbits, and said, “I think the internet thinks a lot of things, and that’s one of the more pleasant ones, so I can please as far as that goes.” But Page additionally added that it very well may be on the grounds that British entertainers will in general get complimented by being told they should play Bond.

“I think there might be an element of cultural translation to be done here. Like if you’re a Brit and you do something of any kind of renowned that people regard well, then people start saying the ‘B’ word,” he said. “It’s like a merit badge, like the ‘B’ word merit badge… “I’m very, very glad to have the badge. I’m glad to be in such wonderful company of people who have the badge,” in reference to Tom Hardy, Idris Elba, and Tom Hiddleston, who’ve also been in the running.

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