Home Celebrity If You Love Regé-Jean Page, Let Him Go (From Bridgerton).

If You Love Regé-Jean Page, Let Him Go (From Bridgerton).


If You Love Regé-Jean Page, Let Him Go (From Bridgerton)

Let’s discuss the difficult evidence that his Bridgerton departure may be a lovely thing.

If Adam Brody had actually not left Gilmore Girls, we would never ever have met Seth Cohen. If Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele had not made the hard decision to let Secret & & Peele end, the film Go out might never have been made. If Meghan Markle had not left Matches, the British Empire may still be intact.

However in all seriousness, if we enjoy a breakout star, especially a young, talented person of color, we should cheer for them when they make relocate to get more cash and opportunities. When Sandra Oh left Grey’s Anatomy, it nearly felt like we were losing a friend in Cristina Yang. But Oh freed herself as much as take on a lead role in Killing Eve and wound up winning awards and shattering records– she got her 2nd Golden World, hosted Saturday Night Live, and ended up being the very first Asian woman to host the Golden Globes. A true Regé-Jean fan needs to not rest up until he is, as we call in the biz, Ashton Kutcher Level Famous: so abundant he doesn’t even need to act if he doesn’t feel like it.

A king! Comic Relief Take heart, RJP enthusiasts! Yes, it would have been good to see Lord Simon and Tiny Bangs McGee (stated with love, Phoebe Dynevor) as moms and dads. However leaving Bridgerton will permit Page to play characters who have sex versus other fancy backgrounds. Don’t you want to see him bang in space? Or as a wizard? What about as a high-strung male ballet dancer who’s required to go undercover to fix criminal activities? (Simply a concept.) And keep in mind, as we bid goodbye to the finest guy to ever use breaches on a streaming website; it’s not goodbye, it’s just see you quickly. Many idea we would never see Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) back on Law & & Order. And yet in some cases, dear reader, fate is on our side.Jenny Singer is a

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