Los Angeles — The kids from the Netflix sci-fi phenomenon Stranger Things came to the Emmys with the aim to entertain.
The Red Carpet
Making the most of their newly anointed popularity, three of the five starring actors hammed it up on Sunday's 68th annual Primetime Emmy Awards red carpet.
13-year-old Gaten Matarazzo flashed his signature grin, while Caleb McLaughlin posed for photos and shook hands with several excited onlookers.
But Millie Bobby Brown stole the spotlight as fans cooed over the 13-year-old's sleek black dress.
"Don't believe me just watch!"
Once inside the trio kept the crowd entertained with a performance of Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk.
And that's not all.
To make things even better, Jimmy Kimmel - who was the host of the night - got the stars to hand out peanut butter and jelly sandwiches his mother had supposedly made!
#Emmys: @JimmyKimmel hands out sandwiches with the #StrangerThings cast https://t.co/AzRbPZyeYg pic.twitter.com/FOCL8toQR6— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) September 19, 2016
#Emmys: @JimmyKimmel hands out sandwiches with the #StrangerThings cast https://t.co/AzRbPZyeYg pic.twitter.com/FOCL8toQR6
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