English actress Millie Bobby Brown who is widely recognized for her role as Eleven in the American series, Stranger Things has potentially teased about her singing career. What would surprise many is that she might be collaborating with none other than the Songbird Supreme, Mariah Carey. Could we be getting a musical collaboration from the duo?
The 18-year-old actor while promoting her new Netflix movie Enola Holmes 2 shared her bonding with the American actress and teased about her collaboration with her.
Millie Bobby Brown Shared About Being Connected With Mariah Carey
The 18-year-old Stranger Things star, Millie Bobby Brown in an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon talked about her bonding with the American singer Mariah Carey.
She shared how the singer was a huge fan of her character Eleven from the popular series, along with her 11-year-old twins Monroe and Morocco whom the singer shares with ex Nick Cannon. They also have carved her Netflix series character into a pumpkin for Halloween in 2019.
She shared that she wanted to meet her sons who she described as “the cutest thing ever.” She further told the host, “We met, Monroe and Morocco, who are just the most brilliant little children. And obviously, I just like met Mariah and was like, ”Oh”, we connected.'”
That’s eventually how she got to know the star and even teased her bonding by calling her Mimi when Fallon asked to confirm if the duo have connected.
She Teased About Her Possible Collaboration With Mariah Carey
Praising the singer, Brown shared, “I love the way that she leads her life with so much power. And she has so much knowledge, and she’s so wise. And she’s just been an incredible guiding light for me and then we connected.”
She even told the host that the singer eventually breaks her voice into singing during her visits. She also revealed that she has even sung with the Fantasy singer in her studio. “I’ll just go over and we’ll sing together,” the 18-year-old actress shared.
When Fallon asked if there is going to be a collaboration with the duo, she stated, “We have sung together, yeah.”
She further teased, “Potentially, I don’t know.”
While their collaboration is still in doubt, Carey will be performing two-holiday shows, the first on December 11 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada, and the second on December 13 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The Stranger Things star is promoting her upcoming Netflix movie Enola Holmes 2 in which she is portraying the titular character again. Not just that, she is also serving as a co-producer alongside her older sister Paige Brown.