‘Stranger Things’ Child Stars Sing, Hand Out PB & J Sandwiches At Emmys 2016
While popular Netflix series Stranger Things was not eligible to be nominated for any Emmys this year, three of the kid stars from the show were present at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday.
STRANGER THINGS KIDS SING, HAND OUT SANDWICHES AT EMMYS
Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin, who play Eleven, Dustin and Lucas, respectively, played two parts during the Emmys last night.
During the preshow, the gang sang their hearts out belting the hit Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk.” Not surprisingly, the young actor’s’ talents don’t stop at just acting.
Matarazzo, for one, has performed on Broadway’s Les Mis, while Brown has previously proved her singing chops on her various social media channels, as well as by rapping Nicki Minaj on Jimmy Fallon. And McLaughlin showed off his incredible Michael Jackson-style dancing.
Later in the show, the kids dressed as their Stranger Things characters and handed bagged PB&J sandwiches to the crowd. “My mother made 7,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches,” host Kimmel announced. “Let’s bring the kids of Stranger Things to hand [them] out.” The rode out on their bikes and gave out the bagged lunches.
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