Millie Bobby Brown on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Stranger Things

Millie Bobby Brown Borrows Some of Cardi B’s Flow to Rap a Stranger Things S1 Recap

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I am constantly impressed by how cool and self-possessed Stranger Things‘ Millie Bobby Brown is. Like, I want her to teach me her ways so I don’t feel so damn awkward at parties. In a recent appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Brown did her part to help out anyone who might want to jump into Stranger Things S2 without complete knowledge of S1.

Borrowing some of Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” flow and supported by The Roots (and slightly less-supported by Jimmy Fallon as the world’s corniest hype-man. Seriously, just let her do her thing, man), Brown launched into a complete Season 1 recap from Eleven’s point of view. My favorite part?

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…

And like “Bodak Yellow,” what this song lacks in a hook it more than makes up for with attitude. And you can check out the description for the video on YouTube for the complete lyrics. But beware: this will likely get stuck in your head for the next few days.

(via Laughing Squid, image: screencap)

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