The kids from Stranger Things stole the show at the Emmys by singing and handing out sandwiches

If you haven't already fallen in love with the young stars on Netflix’s newest hit show Stranger Things, you will now.

The kids from Stranger Things stole the show at the Emmys by singing and handing out sandwiches

Not only did the adorable Millie Bobby Brown, Gatan Matarazzo and Caleb McLoughlin fit right in at one of Hollywood’s biggest nights, they pretty much stole the show.

Dressed head-to-toe in their finery, they owned the red carpet like true professionals and that was only the beginning.

The trio then casually took to the stage to perform a rendition of Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk during the pre-show warm-up - complete with some sick dance moves and serious vocals.

They then quickly popped back into their Stranger Things characters with a quick costume change and delivered PB&J sandwiches to the hungry crowd by bike.

Sandwiches that Jimmy Kimmel’s mother tirelessly made backstage during the broadcast apparently.

Well worth missing the day at school, lads.

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