‘Bridgerton’: Regé-Jean Page Never Said the Infamous ‘I Burn for You’ Line


bridgerton Catch up with fans around the world and make them swoon for the reggae-jean page. Viewers everywhere were in awe of the love for Simon Bassett, Duke of Hastings, ever since he stepped onto the scene. One hot and steamy line often associated with his character is the iconic “I burn for you” moment. Although most people look at the page when they think of Line, that wasn’t really what he was supposed to say.

Reggae-Jean Page and Phoebe Diever in ‘Bridgeton’ | Liam Daniels/Netflix

Which member of the ‘Bridgeton’ cast said ‘I burn for you’?

Page has plenty of fans crediting that line. He recently set the record straight of variety Making a scene

“I don’t say, ‘I burn for you.’ It’s not my line!” he said. The line was actually said by Daphne Bridgerton, played by Phoebe Dienevar in the fifth episode of the season.

“Everyone was clearly feeling very burned out, which I would take as a compliment,” he continued.

no one expected it to last

A line like “I burn for you” could easily be cheesy, so Dynavar had to work to connect the words.

“The key to this kind of dialogue is to make it as organic and real as possible,” Dienever said. “There’s no other way to say a line like this than to make it an inner feeling.”

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“You have no idea what lines people are going to care about,” she continued. “It was a surprise to me. It wasn’t like I saw ‘I burn for you’ in the script and it was like, ‘That’s what people are going to talk about.'”

Reggae-jean Page is not returning in ‘Bridgeton’ season 2

Although one of the central characters of the Duke of Hastings bridgerton Season 1, He Won’t Return bridgerton season 2.

“Dear Readers, while all eyes turn to Lord Anthony Bridgerton’s quest to find the Viscountess, we say goodbye to Reggae-Jean Page, who so triumphantly played the Duke of Hastings,” the show announced. done through bridgerton Twitter account. “We will miss Simon’s presence on screen, but he will always be a part of the ‘Bridgeton’ family.”

Fans were shocked because Simon seemed so integral to the show, but in an interview Variety, Page revealed that he always knew his role would be small.

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“It’s a season arc. It’s going to have a beginning, middle, end — give us a year,” he told the outlet.[I thought] “It’s interesting,” because then it felt like a limited series. I get a chance to come in, I get to contribute, and then the Bridgeton family moves on. “

“One of the different things about it” [romance] The style is so that the audience knows the arc is complete,” he continued. “They come in knowing this, so you can tie people into emotional knots because they have the assurance that we’re going to come out and we’re going to get married and have a baby.”

However, Page has no hard feelings, and wishes the show all the best.

“I have nothing but enthusiasm bridgerton Continuing the steam train and conquering the world,” he said. “But there’s also value in perfecting these arcs and sticking landings.”

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