2016Actors Gaten Matarazzo (L), Caleb McLaughlin and Millie Bobby Brown from the Netflix series "Stranger Things" arrive at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California U.S., September 18, 2016. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

Millie Bobby Brown sang out her order at Starbucks in Adele style in the video clip she posted on Twitter on Nov. 25. The "Stranger Things" star was sitting on the passenger seat when she leaned over to the side of the drive-thru attendant. She ordered a venti latte and a caramel frappuccino belting out to the tune of "Hello."

“Can I have a venti latte / And a caramel frappuccino? / Oh, please!”/"Hello from the other side / I must have called a thousand times / To tell you...," Brown belted out the song.

The 12-year-old actress has also posted several videos of herself singing Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj's songs. Brown's videos showed that she has the talent in singing and completely different from the role she played in the American science fiction-horror web television series. She loves to sing Adele and Amy Winehouse's song but her favourite artist is Ed Sheeran.

Millie Bobby Brown in "Stranger Things"

Brown played small roles in "Modern Family" and "Grey's Anatomy." However, the actress' family decided to move back to England to stay with her aunt. The roles she played wasn't enough to make her family stay in the US. Then she got an invitation to audition for the role of Eleven in the series. She auditioned using dummy slides using fake scenes to test the ability of an actor without giving away the plot of the story. She obviously got the role but she didn't know anything about her character.

Brown's role as Eleven is dark, broody and hardly loquacious type. She mostly shows her emotions and speaks few words. .

"Stranger Things" Season 2 News and Update

In the second installment of "Stranger Things," Brown's character, Eleven, is coming back. There are new actors joining the next season, including Sadie Sink, Dacre Montgomery and Brett Gelman. Sink will play a tomboyish new girl in town named Max. Montgomery will play a friendly-with-ladies bad boy named Billy, playing Max's step brother. Gelman will play Murray Bauman, a former journalist passionate with conspiracy theories. The show is expected to air before July 2017.