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Here's one of the "Stranger Things" to come from Millie Bobby Brown: She raps.
The 13-year-old actress, who plays Eleven on Netflix's '80s-inspired, coming-of-age/sci-fi series, recapped the show's first season in verse on the Halloween edition of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Tuesday.
Consider the performance, above, a semi-spoiler fest if you haven't seen "Stranger Things" Season 1 or a helpful tool if you don't want to rewatch the first eight episodes before embarking on the new season, which started streaming Friday.
"All I need is my Eggo waffles/ I'm in love with those," she rapped. "What I'm left with when I use my powers is a bloody nose/ Bad news when you see that bloody nose." Ah, yes, that's Eleven in a nutshell.
That said, the Eleven-and-Halloween combo has creeped her out a bit in recent years, as her character is now, well, a costume.
"I can't really, like, think about it too much," Brown told Fallon. "Because if I think about it, it freaks me out that, like, grown men are dressing up as me."
And that's possibly the strangest thing of all.
For the record, 1:15 p.m.: An earlier version of this story referred incorrectly to "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon." It is "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."