At this point we shouldn't be surprised that Millie Bobby Brown is good at, like, everything.
But somehow we were still caught off guard by her super accurate Amy Winehouse impression.
During a visit to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Stranger Things star sang a few bars from Winehouse's 2006 song "You Know I'm No Good." If you close your eyes, it's almost like you're listening to the legendary singer.
It's not the first time Brown has showed off her singing chops. Back in 2017, during another Jimmy Fallon appearance, she rapped a Stranger Things recap. Then, last fall, she joined Maroon 5 on stage in Nashville, Tennessee, to perform Cardi B’s portion of “Girls Like You.”
Despite her obvious musical talent, Brown opened up to Variety in 2017 about her musical aspirations and revealed she has a legitimate reason for ever singing off-key (unlike us). The Stranger Things star was born with a partial hearing defect in one ear, and despite years of treatments, she eventually lost the ability to hear out of that ear.
Although Brown doesn’t exactly know what she sounds like when she performs, she refuses to let her disability impede her from pursuing her dreams. She said, “I just started to sing, and if I sound bad I don’t care, because I’m just doing what I love.”
Brown hopes her story will inspire others to push past social norms. She continued, “You don’t have to be good at singing. You don’t have to be good at dancing or acting. If you like to do it, if you genuinely enjoy doing it, then do it. No one should stop you.”
Partially deaf or not, we think she's hella talented.