The Stranger Things kids are slowly learning to master the awards show circuit, but that doesn't mean they're not still keeping things a little bit...strange.
All four boys were decked out in incredible suits—a blue velvet suit by Mango on Schnapp, a jewel green number by Topman on Wolfhard, a bespoke tux by Bookatailor for McLaughlin, and a classic black J. Crew suit on Matarazzo—showing up most of the grown men on the carpet.
They sounded off on the two years of "training on not to say anything" they've been given so as to not spill too many Stranger Things secrets, and spilled on their jealousy-inducing interactions with famous fans like Amy Schumer, Justin Timberlake, and Reese Witherspoon. And that was all before Millie Bobby Brown even showed up to take over the interview!
"I was like, I have to photobomb them!" the actress, nominated tonight for best actress in a TV drama and dressed in a bright red custom Georgio Armani dress, declares as she gleefully joins her castmates. "You guys look great!"
Even before their interview, the cast was already making waves on the carpet by photobombing (video bombing?) other interviews, including Danielle Brooks of Orange is the New Black. McLaughlin can be seen in the background dancing and making hand gestures, and basically doing his best to pull focus away from Brooks' OITNB scoop.
Given the fact that the group is presenting one of tonight's awards and they're all nominated as a drama ensemble, we're going to guess we're in for a whole night of delightful strangeness from these kids.
Stranger Things returns to Netflix sometime this year.
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