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The comedian who went viral with his 30-second spoof of The Crown has made fans happy again and with the stunning impact of his Bridgerton characters.

Kieran Hodgson of Yorkshire mimicked the stars of the new Netflix series – which is projected to be streamed by 63 million households in its first month on the streaming website – in a video that has been liked by thousands on Twitter.

The Rosen period drama follows Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dienever) as she seeks a husband with other debutants in London.

In the clip, Kieran is part of a ‘sad and confused’ Daffen and jokes on several of his and the Duke of Hastings sex scenes at various locations.

Fans praised Kieran’s impressions, saying they were ‘on the spot’ and thanked people for ‘cheer up locking up’.

Yorkshire comedian Kieran Hodgson has taken to Twitter to stitch humor with the new Netflix period drama Bridgerton (portrayed as the Duke of Hastings in many of his topless boxing scenes).

The video begins with an introduction by Lady Whistledown announcing in her trademark posh voice: 'The start of the new Netflix season may provide opportunities for some but scams for others'

The video begins with an introduction by Lady Whistledown announcing in her trademark posh voice: ‘The start of the new Netflix season may provide opportunities for some but scams for others’

‘A small treat for fans of #Bridgerton. Bad TV Impression: Bridgerton, ‘the comedian wrote on Twitter.

In the video, Kiran completely changed her expressions to match up with the characters, including the show’s gossip girl-style narrator Lady Whistledown and all the different Bridgerton siblings.

The video begins with an introduction from Lady Whistledown announcing in her trademark posh voice: ‘The start of a new Netflix season may provide opportunities for some but scams for others.’

The camera then becomes Kiran topless under the pretext of boxing – portraying the Duke of Hastings – who says: ‘I swore to my father that I would never shave properly and I would never marry a Bridgestone!’

Lady Danbury, who often appears on the show in whimsical red clothes, also wore a maroon colored hat.

Lady Danbury, who often appears on the show in whimsical red clothes, also wore a maroon colored hat.

In the clip, Kieran plays a 'sad and confused' Daphne Bridgarten in a blue dress

In the clip, Kieran plays a ‘sad and confused’ Daphne Bridgarten in a blue dress

Lady Danbury, who often appears on the show in eccentric red clothes, was also imitated by wearing a maroon fuzz hat, replying to the Duke, saying: ‘My boy, you would do well to marry a Bridgton. ‘

The camera then bites Kiran as the show’s protagonist Daphne Bridgton, dressed in one of her many blue gowns.

Referring to a scene on the show where her love interest The Duke reveals that she knows what she likes by ‘touching herself’ in the bedroom, she says: ‘Dearest Mama, I’ve never touched myself , How do I impress Rani? ‘

The comedian then proceeds to mimic one of the younger Bridgerton sisters, whose feminist character spends a lot in the books reading the play and opposes getting married.

The comedian then proceeds to mimic one of the younger Bridgerton sisters, whose feminist character spends a lot in the books reading the play and opposes getting married.

He later proceeds to imitate Daphne's older brother Anthony Bridgeton (pictured), who spends the most time trying to find a suitable husband for her sister

He later proceeds to imitate Daphne’s older brother Anthony Bridgeton (pictured), who spends the most time trying to find a suitable husband for her sister

Other members of the cast received a mention, such as the city's dressmaker Genevis Delacroix, who imitates Kieran with a strong French accent and dressing with a French flag under his top.

Other members of the cast received a mention, such as the city’s dressmaker Genevis Delacroix, who imitates Kieran with a strong French accent and dressing with a French flag under his top.

To which Kieran replies as his mother: ‘The camera has grown up, and always looks depressed and confused’, before the camera bites Kieren back, as Daphne was watching with great difficulty in the distance.

The comedian then proceeds to mimic one of the younger Bridgerton sisters, whose feminist character spends a lot in the books reading the play and opposes getting married.

Kiran changed into another dress to play her role: ‘Why a woman should always impress with her big eyes, why not write with a big book!’

He later proceeds to imitate Daphne’s older brother Anthony Bridgeton, who is trying to find a suitable husband for her sister.

Fans praised Kieran's impressions, saying they were 'on the spot' and thanked him for 'locking people up to cheer'.

Fans praised Kieran’s impressions, saying they were ‘on the spot’ and thanked him for ‘locking people up to cheer’.

The new period drama Bridgeton follows Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dienever) as she seeks a husband with other debutants in London.  He falls in love with the Hastings character Duke (pictured together)

The new period drama Bridgeton follows Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dienever) as she seeks a husband with other debutants in London. He falls in love with the Hastings character Duke (pictured together)

Styling his hair with sideburns in Anthony’s floppy style, he told the Duke: ‘Hastings would never be possible on you more than Bridgerton if you accepted my sister’s honor.’

Elsewhere in the spoof, Kiran plays the other Bridgerton brothers, including ‘A Good Gap Year Bridgerton’ Colin and ‘A Painting Bridgerton’, a middle sibling Benedict.

Other members of the cast received a mention, such as the city’s dressmaker Genevis Delacroix, whom Kieran imitates with a strong French accent and dressing with a French flag under his top.

As soon as the spoof is over, Kiran mentions several sex scenes during Duke and Daphne’s shows, in which they act out their ritual encounters ‘in the courtyard, on the ladder, and in pig fighting’.

Fans of the show and Kiran were quick to comment with a comment: ‘I needed that laugh. you said that! Great costumes! Pure talent ‘.

Another wrote: ‘Omg. It is absolutely spot on and hilarious. you are a treasure’.

A third said: ‘Everything I’ve ever wanted. Quite, fantastic ‘.

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