'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown raps a recap

02 November, 2017, 00:31 | Author: Pamela Mathis
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It seems like every time Jimmy Fallon gets together with Millie Bobby Brown, he has the Stranger Things star flaunt her not-so-hidden talent. If you aren't interesting in watching Stranger Things after this, we don't know whats going on with you. This year, however, the Stranger Things star has upped her game (MAJORLY) as she returned to the show with her very own rap about the hit Netflix series.

The actress sat down with Variety magazine and revealed she's actually deaf in one ear. Thankfully, the latter moment was much better for the two young stars this time around, especially since their first kiss in season one didn't go so well (Brown summed it up previous year by saying "kissing sucks").

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

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




This isn't the first time Brown unleashed her rap skills on Fallon's show.

However, the confident starlet has not let her difficulty hearing affect her drive or her passion for acting...or singing!

Stranger Things season 2 came out last week, and if you need a season 1 refresher before diving into the new episodes, Millie Bobby Brown has you covered. "I get to see all those videos and pictures".

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