After Acting, Writing, and Business, Million Rich Millie Bobby Brown Reveals An Unexpected Talent of Hers Catching Everyone Off Guard

Published 09/24/2023, 8:16 AM EDT

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Millie Bobby Brown earned a reputation for being the jack-of-all-trades. From stepping into the entertainment world at the age of twelve to starring alongside legendary actor Henry Cavill, Brown made her mark in the acting world. Dipping her toes in the business world, Brown also started her own skincare brand, Florence by Mills, and pushed it to the billion-dollar mark. However, she was not done challenging her capabilities yet.

The 19-year-old actress made her debut in the literary world this year and released her first book, Nineteen Steps. After showcasing her extensive abilities, Brown recently shared an unexpected talent of hers that caught everyone off-guard.

Millie Bobby Brown’s most useless talent

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Putting “Useless” and Brown’s name in the same sentence does not fit, as the actress is truly blessed with a plethora of talents. After having a successful acting career, the Stranger Things star became the youngest UNICEF member at the age of fourteen. Therefore, it is almost impossible to believe that the actress has a talent she deems “useless”. However, she does. Recently, during her appearance in a Buzzfeed interview, the actress revealed that she does not only love dogs but can also mimic their voices. 

During the questionnaire, the interviewer asked Brown, “What’s your most useless talent”. To which the Enola Holmes actress replied, saying most of her talents are useful. However, suddenly someone from the crew started whispering “Barking” and it caught Brown’s attention. The Godzilla actress had a hilarious response to it and revealed that she is a “very good barker”. The interviewer further asked her to demonstrate her “useless talent” to which the actress instantly refused. 

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Apart from acting, writing, and (apparently) barking, the star has another talent that once took a whole city by storm. 

Brown blowing away the city of Nashville 

Brown is a regular guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she showcased her talent as a rapper for the first time. She rapped a verse from Nicki Minaj’s ‘Monster’ on the show during the initial promotions of the award-winning Netflix series. Brown’s ultimate Season 1 recap rap is still fresh in everyone’s minds, which she did prior to the second season’s release. The teen entrepreneur was also featured in Maroon 5’s hit music video, ‘Girls Like You’ along with many other popular female celebrities. 

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However, fans got a real taste of Brown’s rapping talent with her appearance at the Maroon 5’s concert at The Bridgestone Arena, Nashville. The 19-year-old came onstage to rap Cardi B’s verses from the 2018 song ‘Girls Like You’. She took the indoor arena by storm and the audience belted out the song’s lyrics with her. After finishing her verses, Brown high-fived Adam Levine and ran down the strip of the stage extending into the audience. 

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What do you think about Millie Bobby Brown’s unusual talent? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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Hriddhi Maitra

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Hriddhi Maitra is a Hollywood News reporter at Netflix Junkie. An enthusiastic movie buff, Hriddhi found her true calling when she worked as a Cinema Content Writer at My Cinema Story while analyzing movies objectively, and offering constructive feedback. Coming from a background where she worked in different niches like finance, food, travel, medicines, automobile, and entertainment, we can safely say she is a jack of all trades.

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