Kids' Choice Awards: Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown wins 'Female TV Star', acknowledges health workers
The star has been a hit at the Kids’ Choice Awards in the past years, clinching the blimp in 2018 as well
'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown had a special message for the healthcare workers after winning the 'Favorite Female TV Star' during the Kid's Choice Awards 2020 on Saturday.
"Thank you to all the fans voting and to Nickelodeon for honoring me with this award," she said in a short video after winning the orange blimp. "During this difficult time, I’ve learned a lot of things about this world and about myself. First of all, I have a deep respect for our healthcare workers at the forefront of all of this, who are risking their lives fighting for our parents, our grandparents, children. We love and appreciate you so much. I cherish and admire their bravery, work, and drive more than anyone,” she said.
The 16-year-old also shared a small tease about the upcoming season of 'Stranger Things': "To be acknowledged at this time for bringing much-needed entertainment and joy is very meaningful to me and I really don’t take this lightly. I’m so glad to have delighted your TV screens for the last four years. I can’t wait for you to see 'Stranger Things' (Season) 4 soon. Much love."
Millie Bobby Brown was nominated for 'Favorite Female TV Star' for her role as Eleven in 'Stranger Things'. Other nominations in the category included 'Fuller House‘s Candace Cameron Bure, 'Henry Danger’s Ella Anderson, 'BUNK’D‘s Peyton List, 'Raven’s Homes' Raven-Symone and 'Henry Danger's Riele Downs.
The star has been a hit at the Kids’ Choice Awards in the past years, clinching the blimp in 2018 for Favorite Female TV Star as well as getting nominated in 2019. She followed it up with another win this year. 'Stranger Things' has seen three successful seasons on Netflix and also won the 'Favorite Family Show' in this year's edition of 'Kids' Choice Awards'.
As the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases across the US increases, Netflix has joined a growing list of production companies in halting production for all film and TV projects. Among these is the much-awaited Season 4 of 'Stranger Things'.
A video of the first table read of Season 4 involving the cast of 'Stranger Things' was released on YouTube in March, which featured favorites Caleb McLaughlin, David Harbour, Noah Schnapp and Maya Hawke.