‘Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan Releases Pop Song Inspired By ‘Real Housewives’ & Queer Icons To Benefit LGBTQ+ Organizations

Nicola Coughlan dropped her first pop song and was inspired by queer icons and Bravo’s The Real Housewives franchise.

The Bridgerton star turned a viral interview she did during the Netflix series’ press tour into a song that will benefit LGBTQ+ organizations.

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Titled “Shoes… More Shoes,” Coughlan worked with music producer Ellis Miah to make the track happen.

“Like Lennon & McCartney, Dylan and the other great lyricists I too wrote my first song by improvising some voice notes to @ellismiah in the 30 minutes I had before getting ready to go to Mighty Hoopla,” Coughlan wrote in the Instagram caption sharing a snippet of the song. “Thank you to all the Queer Icons and Real Housewives who served as inspiration, I live for you.”

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Coughlan noted that the song, now streaming on all music platforms, will raise funds for Not a Phase and The Trevor Project.

An interview for Hits Radio UK went viral where Coughlan said, “You know when the Real Housewives release pop songs exclusively for gay men. That’s like my dream job.”

She continued, “They don’t even really sing. They just list things. They’re like, ‘Shoes, and private yachts. Caviar, and more shoes.'”

Coughlan was clearly inspired by former Real Housewives of New York City star Luann de Lesseps, who has made a career of releasing singles which use the listing technique.

In “Chic C’est La Vie,” De Lesseps lists, “Gems, jets, silhouette, champagne in the sky. Fine premieres and fireworks, every single night. Gold, diamonds, caviar, life is but a dream. When everyday you’re living in is featured on TV.”

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