Bridgerton Season 2 soundtrack: The classical music featured in each episode revealed - from Madonna to Miley Cyrus

Think you recognise the music used in Bridgerton? That’s because they're cover versions played in a classical style. Discover which tunes feature in the Bridgerton soundtrack.

By Becky Gamester-Newton Updated: 1 April 2022 - 12.07pm
Netflix Jonathan Bailey in Bridgerton

Are you loving your Bridgerton season 2 binge and the music that goes with it? Us, too – but we know that it can be difficult to place the songs when they’ve been reinvented with a classical twist.

If it’s bugging you, look no further: we’ve put together a handy list of every cover version used in seasons 1 and 2, so you can listen to the soundtrack until your heart's content.

Season 2

Bridgerton season 2 features classical cover versions of hit songs from Miley Cyrus, Madonna, Pink, Nirvana, Rihanna and more. Like season 1, some of these cover versions are by Vitamin String Quartet, Duomo and Kris Bowers. 

Listen to the season 2 covers soundtrack in full below:

Season 1

Episode one

Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande

This Ariana Grande number is played during the first ball of the season, as all eyes are on Daphne. The song title seems particularly appropriate as her brother Anthony bats away every suitor.

Girls Like You by Maroon 5

As Anthony continues to spurn every eligible man on Daphne's behalf, out comes this catchy Maroon 5 number.

Episode two

In My Blood by Shawn Mendes

Daphne and Simon dance together to In My Blood at the beginning of their plan to fake their courting.

Episode three

Bad Guy by Billie Eilish

As Simon pretends to be jealous (or is he?) of another man asking Daphne to dance, this Billie Eilish number labels him the bad guy.

Episode five

Strange by Celeste

Celeste’s huge hit Strange is the basis for the next cover version, by Kris Bowers and featuring Hillary Smith. Daphne and Simon’s real feelings are confirmed when they consummate their relationship.

Episode six

Wildest Dreams by Taylor Swift

This Duomo cover version of the Taylor Swift song is heard during Daphne and Simon’s honeymoon… when they simply can’t get enough of each other.

Bridgerton is available to watch on Netflix now.