The breakout young stars of Netflix series "Stranger Things" joined Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" Wednesday to play a round of a game the host called “Stranger Strings.”
The four actors, best known to fans of the show as Dustin, Mike, Lucas and Eleven, shoot silly string at one another — and at Fallon — and confess some embarrassing facts about themselves. One, for instance, still sleeps with a nightlight. Another once burst into tears at the sound of a fire alarm.
And one confesses to having a little-known talent: In the last 30 seconds of the video, Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven, busts out some seriously impressive rap skills.
The monstrously popular show was picked up for a nine-episode second season, Netflix announced this week.