'Stranger Things' Star Millie Bobby Brown Recaps Season One With a Rap
The young star stopped by 'The Tonight Show' to talk about season two of the Netflix hit.
There’s apparently no limit to Millie Bobby Brown’s extraordinary powers.
The teenage European actor dropped by NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk season two of Stranger Things, Netflix's hit supernatural series on which she plays the mysterious and gifted Eleven.
But stranger things would unfold. After some prompting from Fallon, Brown recapped her show's award-wining first season … with a rap. Her flow covered Dr. Brenner, Demogorgon and the Upside Down. And, of course, the source of her special abilities: "All I need is my Eggo waffles, I'm in love with those/ What I'm left with when I use my powers is a bloody nose."
Watch the clip and read the lyrics below.
Let's go back to Indiana, circa Nineteen Eighty-Three.
Just four boys in the basement, chillin', playin' D&D.
There was Lucas, there was Willy Will and Dustin, there was Mike,
But one night Will goes missing while he’s riding on his bike – yikes!
That's when they met me, Elev,
I had no hair on my head.
I had been so close to dead,
Courtesy of Dr. Brenner, who's huntin' me twenty-four sev.
Joyce was hanging Christmas lights in the web,
Started hearing something Willy had said,
This could be a message from the beyond.
What happened to Barb? She’s just gone in the Upside Down.
Hopper's on top of the case,
I'm throwing vans into space.
I'm lying down in a tank,
Trying my best to find Willy and Dustin's got pudding for days.
Demogorgon's getting' all in my way,
Blast him to pieces just like a grenade.
Will's now at home coughin' slugs in the sink,
What happened to me? I'm in the Upside Down.
What about now? The saga continues, tune in to see how.
Upside down. What about now? The saga continues, tune in to see how.
All I need is my Eggo waffles, I'm in love with those.
What I'm left with when I use my powers is a bloody nose.
Bad news when you see that bloody nose
Bad news when you see that bloody nose.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.