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Millie Bobby Brown 'slays' first major magazine cover

Published 26/10/2016

Millie Bobbie Brown
Millie Bobbie Brown

Millie Bobby Brown would love someone dressed as her Stranger Things character Eleven to knock on her door this Halloween.

Millie Bobby Brown’s fist major magazine cover is a massive hit with social media users.

The 12-year-old actress was catapulted to fame earlier this year (16) when hit TV series Stranger Things debuted. Millie plays mysterious Eleven in the Netflix show, about a small town that starts to experience otherworldly goings on.

Gracing the cover of Interview magazine, Millie stuns in a black and white punk-inspired shoot.

The accompanying feature sees Millie interviewed by Sia’s go-to dancer, 14-year-old Maddie Ziegler.

A collection of striking photos make up the rest of the feature, with Millie showing off her best model poses and looking a lot older than her pre-teen years.

To play Eleven, the young star had to shave her head, but the new editorial shows her dark locks are growing back. Styled into an edgy crop, Millie wears black leather, chains and studded boots in the shoot.

“This is absolutely incredible and it could not have happened without @InterviewMag @maddieziegler #karltempler @mikaeljansson thank you!” she tweeted alongside the cover image.

Fans appeared flawed by the photos, taking to social media to share their awe.

“@milliebbrown slays on the cover of Interview magazine!” posted @thisisamplify, while @CainP14 simply said: “She just gets better and better.”

Other users commented on her “badass” style and called her iconic.

During the chat with Maddie, Millie spoke about fans dressing up as Eleven and admitted she’d love someone to come round in the costume on Halloween.

“At Comic-Con, people dress up as her. It's very rewarding in a way, and as strange as Stranger Things,” she smiled. “People are embracing her character and trying to portray her. I think it's nice to see what different people think of her character. I'm cool with people dressing up as Eleven for Halloween. I definitely want to open my door and give them candy.”

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