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'Stranger Things' Kids Hand Out PB&J Sandwiches To Hungry Emmy Goers

And steal ❤️❤️❤️ everywhere.

In an attempt to recreate the magic that was Ellen DeGeneres’ surprise pizza party during the 2014 Oscars, Emmys host Jimmy Kimmel interrupted the awards show on Sunday night to hand out snacks.

“My mother made 7,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches,” Kimmel told the audience. “Let’s bring in the kids of ‘Stranger Things’ to hand the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches out.”

“Too bad” if anyone had a peanut allergy, Kimmel joked. “We could only afford one EpiPen.”
“Too bad” if anyone had a peanut allergy, Kimmel joked. “We could only afford one EpiPen.”

Millie Bobby Brown, Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo, three of the five kids who star in the Netflix hit “Stranger Things,” rolled out on bicycles filled with brown bagged peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. The best part was that they did it in costume. 

Handing out snacks wasn’t even the most endearing thing the child actors did last night. Just watch them belt their hearts out while performing “Uptown Funk”:

Perfection.
Perfection.
Nailed it.
Nailed it.
Slay.
Slay.

As for the other two young stars of “Stranger Things,” Finn Wolfhard was wrapping up filming on the remake of the Stephen King classic, “It.” As for Noah Schnapp, who plays the mysteriously missing Will Byers... the reason for his absence was unexplained. Perhaps he returned to the Upside Down?

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