Millie Bobby Brown says Finn Wolfhard is rubbish at kissing in lie detector test
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We’re the first to admit we’re big fans of Eleven and Mike. Stranger Things’ central couple have been winning hearts since season one, which is why it pains us to hear that all is not well in the Upside Down.
Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven, opened up about smooching Mike Wheeler actor Finn Wolfhard in a new interview and she did not go easy on her co-star.
Brown even went so far as to say that Wolfhard was a ‘lousy’ kisser, and seeing as she was hooked up to a lie detector, it’s safe to assume she was being 100 percent truthful.
Taking part in Vanity Fair’s Lie Detector Test, Brown was asked: “You exclaimed ‘kissing sucks’ after your first kiss with Finn Wolfhard. Is Finn just a lousy kisser?”
Brown wasted no time replying: “He is,” and the person conducting the test quickly exclaimed: “She’s telling the truth. He’s a lousy kisser.”
The interviewer then asked: “So he hasn’t gotten better?” to which Brown replied: “Not with me, no.”
Brown also confirmed that she’d never told Wolfhard she wasn’t a fan of his smooching skills, but said it was ‘OK’ that he was about to find out.
Elsewhere in the interview, Brown opened up about who she thought should have died in Stranger Things and also dished on her co-star and best pal, Noah Schnapp's, slightly dodgy bowl cut in season 4.
When asked: “Your Stranger Things co-star Maya Hawke thought more characters [should have died] at the end of season 4. Do you agree?” Millie replied: “I do. Yeah.”
The interviewer then queried: “Who you think should have died?”
Looking slightly stunned, Brown said: “I think Eleven should have died” but quickly clarified: “I think anyone other than Eleven should have died.”
Asked if beloved fan favourite Eddie should have been killed off, Brown answered: “Yes.”
The interviewer also showed Brown a photo of Schnapp rocking a bowl cut on the Stranger Things set, asking: “Would a best friend let someone have this haircut?"
Brown replied: “He put himself in that position.”
The actor also addressed past controversies in the interview, confirming she’s not a ‘flat Earther’, despite previously hinting that she was.
When Brown was 14 back in 2018, she responded to a fan asking whether or not she thought the Earth was flat by saying: “Guys, there are so many facts that it’s flat. I mean think about it, like think about it okay. Guys I don’t even know, I think I am a – what do they call it? Um. A flat – I think they call it a flat earther.”
But when asked by Vanity Fair if she still thinks the Earth is flat, she replied: “No.”
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