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Entertainment Weekly published this video item, entitled “Emily Bear and Abigail Barlow Perform Songs From Their ‘Bridgerton’ Musical | Entertainment Weekly” – below is their description.
What if Netflix’s Bridgerton was a musical? Emily Bear and Abigail Barlow joined EW on Instagram to discuss their adaptation of the show, Bridgerton The Musical, that’s currently going viral on TikTok. They also chat about sharing their dream cast for the show and perform “Oceans Away,” “Burn For You,” and more!Entertainment Weekly YouTube Channel
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Bridgerton streams on Netflix, in many regions.
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TikTok, known in China as Douyin, is a Chinese video-sharing social networking service owned by ByteDance, a Beijing-based Internet technology company founded in 2012 by Zhang Yiming. It is used to create short music, lip-sync, dance, comedy and talent videos of 3 to 15 seconds, and short looping videos of 3 to 60 seconds.
ByteDance first launched Douyin for the Chinese market in September 2016. Later, TikTok was launched in 2017 for iOS and Android in most markets outside of mainland China; however, it only became available worldwide, including the United States, after merging with another Chinese social media service Musical.ly on 2 August 2018.