If you haven't yet got round to watching the second season of 'Stranger Things', Millie Bobby Brown gives a recap of the entire first series in the best way possible. She appeared on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' to deliver an epic rap about everything that went on to set up the new episodes.

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Millie Bobby Brown fans will know that this is a 13-year-old that can really sing! But not only that, she also has some pretty decent rapping skills, as she previously demonstrated with Eminem and Rihanna's song 'Monster' on more than one occasion. But these new verses of hers are first rate.

'I have to do like a recap of season one', she told Jimmy Fallon in response to his request for another rap. 'So that people can watch season two and know what they're talking about.'

With Jimmy as her hype man and The Roots dropping a beat for her, she procedes to set the scene in Indiana 1983. 'Let's go back to Indiana, circa Nineteen Eighty-Three/ Just four boys in the basement chillin' playin' D&D', she raps. 'There was Lucas there was Willy Will and Dustin, there was Mike/ But one night Will goes missing while he's riding on his bike - yikes!'

Then, of course, she introduces her own character 'Elev' (Eleven), Will's mother Joyce, and even the much lamented Barb who's 'just gone in the Upside Down'. 'Demogorgon's getting' all in my way/ Blast him to pieces just like a grenade', she continues, coming to the end of the first season. 'Will's now at home coughin' slugs in the sink/ What happened to me? I'm in the Upside Down.'

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She ends with the sentiment, 'Bad news when you see that bloody nose' - referring to her character's nosebleed side effect when she uses her telekinetic powers. A young woman of many talents Millie certainly is!