The ‘Everything I Know About Love’ cast sang this one Billie Eilish song 'over and over' on set

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If you haven’t been struck by Dolly Alderton mania yet, maybe you should prepare to be very soon.

The best-selling British author behind Ghosts and Everything I Know About Love is hugely popular across the pond, and the acclaimed adaptation of Everything I Know About Love being newly available to stream in America will likely increase her visibility here.

The show, available now on Peacock, follows a group of four 20-something women as they soak up their friendships with one another, stumble and succeed through a variety of romantic relationships, figure out what they want to do with their lives and take on all of the other obstacles that come with being in your 20s. It’s a relatable, funny, endearing look at the sometimes messy journey that is the beginnings of adulthood, and it’s one that everyone should watch.

In the latest episode of In The Know’s pop culture interview series We Should Talk, three of the stars of Everything I Know About Love — Emma Appleton, Aliyah Odoffin and Marli Siu — shared some behind-the-scenes tales about how they were able to portray such realistic friendships onscreen, how they initially broke the ice with one another and the role that music played in bringing everyone on set together.

Watch In The Know’s interview with the cast of Everything I Know About Love below, and stream the new series on Peacock here.

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