‘Stranger Things’ star Millie Bobby Brown gave a special message to healthcare workers on Saturday after winning the’ Favorite Female TV Star ‘during the 2020 Kids’ Choice Awards.
In a short video after winning the Orange Blimp, she said,
“Thank you to the voter and Nickelodeon for honoring me with this award.” “During this difficult time, I have learned a lot about this world and myself. First of all, I have a deep respect for our leading healthcare workers, who risk their lives fighting for us.” They’re playing. “Parents, our grandparents, children. We love and appreciate you so much. I appreciate your bravery, work, and admire him more than anyone.
The 16-year-old also shared a little joke about the upcoming ‘Stranger Things’ season:
“The entertainment and joy that I so badly needed in accepting this moment are very significant to me and I don’t really take it lightly. I am very happy to watch your TV screen for the past four years. I’m looking forward to watching ‘Stranger Things’ (season) 4 soon. Lots of love. ”
The actor has taken the Kids Choice award several times in the past few years.
Receiving for the favorite female television star in 2018, in addition to being nominated in 2019. She followed up with another victory this year. ‘Stranger Things’ has seen three successful seasons on Netflix and has also won a ‘favorite family show’ at this year’s edition of the ‘Kids Choice Awards’.
As confirmation cases of COVID-19 grow in the US. Netflix has joined a growing list of production companies that stop production for all film and television projects. Among them is the long-awaited season 4 of ‘Stranger Things’.
In March, a video for the first season of Season 4 was released on YouTube with the cast of ‘Stranger Things,’ starring McLaughlin, David Harbor, Noah Schnapp, and Maya Hawke.