The TV stars stepped up after a Twitter user named Ayen tweeted out pictures of her little brother Aaron's elaborate Stranger Things-themed party over the weekend — that nobody showed up to.
my brother invited 8 of his classmates for his stranger things themed bday party & none of their punk selves showed up pic.twitter.com/Rw8wC5uNjo— ayen (@ayenalambat) March 18, 2018
Brown (who plays Eleven on the show) took notice of the Christmas light decorations, demogorgon blood punch and a full hot buffet, told the birthday boy that he was "awesome," and publicly demanded a personal invite to next year's festivities.
What!!!! Oh Well You can let them all know that everyone on behalf on Stranger things would've come! I think your awesome and next year I would like an invite... Please? 😘😘😘 https://t.co/gNir0sMpsm— Millie Bobby Brown (@milliebbrown) March 20, 2018
Matarazzo (who plays Dustin on the show) chimed in, inviting himself along, as well — and pledging to bring along some chocolate pudding.
Count me in too! I'll bring the chocolate pudding 🎂🎉🎈— Gaten Matarazzo (@GatenM123) March 20, 2018
It seems like Aaron's party is shaping up to be a memorable one, so here's hoping the young TV stars stay true to their word in twelve months time.
Brown and Matarazzo aren't the only cast members inviting themselves to celebrations via social media, though. Earlier this year, David Harbour (a.k.a Chief Hopper) said he'd officiate a couple's wedding for the small fee of 125,000 retweets and the first slice of cake.
As previously reported, the hit Netflix show has already been confirmed for a third season, which is expected to begin production next month.