AceShowbiz - Millie Bobby Brown showed off her fashion sense as she turned heads while on her way into "Good Morning America". When arriving at the studio, the "Stranger Things" star looked stunning in a mini black dress.
On Friday morning, October 28, the 18-year-old actress went for an eye-catching ensemble, rocking a chic blazer mini dress, sheer black tights and a pair of matching black glossy heels. The teenage superstar modeled long textured blonde locks with wispy bangs framing her face. She also carried a white Louis Vuitton purse while waving to onlookers.
Later, Millie changed her outfit into satin trousers with matching suspenders for an interview alongside "Enola Holmes 2" co-star Henry Cavill. The bombshell beauty wore a cropped white oxford shirt with the taupe-colored slacks. She kept on her original pointed-toe stiletto heels.
During the sit-down, Millie reflected on wrapping up eight years playing "Stranger Things" character Eleven. "It's going to be hard, of course," she admitted. "It's like my high school. It's like, I grew up on the show. [The cast is] like my school friends, you know?"
Of her "Stranger Things" castmates, Millie said, "I'm never gonna not see them again and I'm sure Netflix will make it last for as long as it can." Reflecting fondly on the popular series, she added, "It's so much a part of my career and so formative, and I'll always remember my experience with 'Stranger Things'."
Switching gears, Millie then discussed her latest role as Enola, the younger sister of protagonist Sherlock Holmes. "I feel like Enola is not as feminine, which I think is why people love her is that masculinity within her that people feel like they can resonate [with] and she's not afraid of it either."
When "GMA" host Michael Strahan asked the actress how much of herself she puts in the character, she replied, "I use most of who I am within her. Actually our director Harry Bradbeer is always like, 'Millie, you're being too much of yourself and draw the line.' " She went on adding, "So it's really nice to be able to implement some of my qualities, good and bad in her."
"I think I use a lot of humor as a deflection so that people don't know my heart in real life and in Enola and I think that's a really raw and authentic part of who she is," Millie elaborated. The entertainer stressed that for her character "showing her flaws as a woman is really important and something that you should embrace."
"Enola Holmes 2" is due out on Netflix on November 4.