Millie Bobby Brown raps a recap of 'Stranger Things'

Posted November 02, 2017

Stranger Things season 2 was released on Friday, which means the sweet and sometimes scary Eleven is officially back in your hearts/minds/TV screens.

The 13-year-old actress recapped the entire season on The Tonight Show at Jimmy Fallon's request on Tuesday night (October 31), and she did it in rap form. As is usually the case on The Tonight Show, things got a little rowdy: the young star rapped a recap of everything that went down in Season 1, and she was pretty damn great.

In the interview, Millie also revealed she's never had any formal training as an actor or singer, which only makes her prowess that much more incredible. I mean, who could forget her epic performance of Nicki Minaj " s "Monster' on The Tonight Show previous year?

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MBB hasn't been able to fully hear herself perform for a while, but that never stopped her from doing what she loves.

This isn't Eleven's first foray into rap either.

'It was like a bug, ' she said, 'I know this sounds insane, but once I find something I want to do, nobody's stopping me.

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According to Brown, you can actually see Wolfhard subtly mumble, "I'm comin' in", in the final cut.

"I just started to sing and if I sound bad I don't care, because I'm just doing what I love", Brown said.

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