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Millie Bobby Brown Tells Jimmy Fallon She Is Happy To Be Playing “Eleven” Again As Stranger Things Resumes Production of Season 4

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Millie Bobby Brown was interviewed by Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show Friday where the 16-year-old Stranger Things star commented on the production of the series fourth season restarting after shutting down due to the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year. Millie told Fallon that she “missed playing Eleven so much”.

Watch the clip below!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4qN4TnA5Bo

While she hasn’t been able to play the iconic character that made her famous, Millie has been on our screens recently. She produced and starred in Enola Holmes which was released last month on Netflix.

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