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‘Stranger Things’ Star Millie Bobby Brown Parodies Adele While Ordering At Starbucks Drive-Thru

Update Date: Nov 28, 2016 07:50 AM EST

Millie Bobby Brown, otherwise known as Eleven in the Netflix series, "Stranger Things," parodied Adele's "Hello" while placing her order at Starbucks drive-thru. The 12-year-old posted the video of her singing for her coffee on Twitter on Friday using the hashtag: #hellofromtheupsidedown, referencing to her Netflix series.

In the video, the young actress decides to have some fun while placing the order for coffee in the Starbucks drive-thru. When her father asks her what to order, Brown leans across from her passenger seat as her father drives up to the order window. She then starts singing out her order to the tune of Adele's "Hello."

"Can I have a venti latte...And a caramel frappuccino? Oh please!" she sings and then starts bursting into giggles. She then ends the video singing "Hello from the upside down" parodying Adele's tunes.

This is not the first time the talented actress has displayed the power of her vocals. She has in fact performed with her co-stars of "Stranger Things" on the stage of Emmy awards held in September. Along with Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb Mclaughlin, Brown entertained the audience ahead of the live telecast with a performance of "Uptown Funk."

She had earlier perfectly nailed Nicki Minaj's "Monster" during an appearance on "The Tonight Show," MailOnline reported. The young actress entertained everyone as she rapped to the lyrics of Nicki Minaj's "Monster" with sheer style and confidence.

A couple of weeks ago,Brown expressed her love for AMC's "The Walking Dead" by impersonating the bad villain of the show, Negan. The actress has time and again confessed that she is a big fan of the series and would love to be in it, even if it meant just playing one of the zombies in "The Walking Dead."

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