Just how strange are the stars of Stranger Things?
We found out when E! News' Will Marfuggi sat down with Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Millie Bobby Brown, the child stars of the hit Netflix horror series, for a quick game of "Strangest Things."
There's a lot to learn about the young actors, from the strangest foods they like, to the strangest thing in their closets, to their strangest talents. Matarazzo reveals some shoulder tricks (as a result of a rare disorder called cleidocranial dysplasia) and a penchant for constantly singing, while McLaughlin can't stop dancing, and they both like to pretend to slap each other in public.
"Boys on set drives me a little bit loopy," Brown says. We feel you, girl.
What's not strange, however, is the talent of these kids. Not only can they act incredibly well, as we saw during the eight episode series that has become quite the phenomenon all over the world, but they've also got some serious pipes!
This isn't that big of a surprise, given the fact that Matarazzo is an actual Broadway star. The 14 year-old played Les Miserable's Gavroche in 2014, and Benji in Priscilla Queen of the Desert in 2011, and can be seen all over Youtube performing all kinds of classics. Brown has also posted quite a few clips of herself singing. Basically what we're saying is that these kids are more talented than we will ever be.
Stick around until the end of the video to hear the three of them belt some John Legend, and prepare to start campaigning for a musical episode of Stranger Things immediately after!
Stranger Things is now streaming on Netflix.