In this tough time where the world is fighting against COVID-19, Millie Bobby Brown and the Stranger Things cast gave us a perfect remedy for coronavirus. Scroll down to see what it is!
The world is facing a monster bigger than the Stranger Things’ Demogorgon— coronavirus. Millions of people worldwide are taking safety precautions against the virus. Countries have been put under lockdown, schools and colleges are closed, events getting canceled, factories shut, and billions of people are working from home. We have all stopped living a normal life like we used to just weeks ago. Currently, there is no cure for this coronavirus. But there is HOPE. Celebrities, like Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown, are making sure to spread motivation and hope.
- Millie Bobby Brown sings along with Stranger Things co-stars!
- A new anthem by Stranger Things cast.
- COVID-19: Let’s have ‘High Hopes’
GO COVID-19: High Hopes To Get Everything Back To Normal
Like other celebs, Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown is also maintaining social distance and spending time with her family and close ones. The actress is using her social media handle well to spread awareness about COVID-19.
Yesterday, Millie took to her Instagram handle and shared a throwback video of herself and her Stranger Things co-stars Finn Wolfhard, Noah Schnapp, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, and Sadie Sink. They all share a close bond both on and off the set. In the video, Millie Bobby Brown aka Eleven can be seen singing ‘High Hopes’ by Brendon Urie (Panic! At The Disco) along with her co-stars.
Millie captioned the video, “let’s have high hopes in these times. Hope this brightens up your day 💛☀️🌈”
Watch out the video here, it will surely lighten up your mood.
Listen to ‘High Hopes’ by Panic! At The Disco:
A few days ago, Wonder Woman actress, Gal Gadot also shared a video song along with her celebrity friends, ‘Imagine’. Soon, it became an anthem in the tough quarantine times.
What is your anthem to get by the coronavirus lockdown? How are you spending the time while safeguarding yourself and your family? Share your views in the comment section below.