Millie Bobby Brown ruled the MTV Movie & TV Awards!


Not only did the Stranger Things star dominate the awards show in their first year including television categories, but she also slayed the opening number and met literally EVERYONE.



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Brown first made an adorable cameo appearance during host Adam Devine’s opening number, showing off her cute sequined mini dress alongisde Lil Rel Howery.


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Later in the show, the 13-year-old actress took home her first solo award for Best Actor in a Show, tearfully thanking her “second family,” the Stranger Things cast and crew, her mom and dad for “being so supportive,” and the Duffer Brothers “because they’ve created a badass female iconic character that I’ve got the honor to play.”



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stars Alexandra Daddario and Zac Efron waited for the actress of stage, where Efron kindly offered up his chiseled chest for a warm embrace.


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The actress also mingled with Camila Cabello, Emma Watson and Hugh Jackman, Paris Jackson and Cara Delevingne during the show.


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While Brown lost Best Hero to Taraji P. Henson, she ended the night with another big win, scoring Best Show with her Stranger Things castmates.



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Next up for the actress is the upcoming Godzilla sequel, King of Monsters.


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