"Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown is currently on break from the upside down after the TV series' first season ended. Millie, who plays the role of "Eleven" on the show said that she wants to be part of "The Walking Dead" and posted a video on Twitter imitating the post-apocalyptic show's antagonist, Negan. During an event in Rhode Island for Comic Con, the 12-year-old "Stranger Things" star said that she badly wanted to be part of AMC's "The Walking Dead."

Comicbook quoted, "There's this one show I just want to be on so badly, I've tried everything to get on "The Walking Dead." Millie also said that she does not care whatever her role is, as long as she gets to be part of the show, "I don't even care if I'm a zombie!" she added. The "Stranger Things" star also said that she knows Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan's character on "The Walking Dead," was at the event too.

The "Stranger Things" star took the opportunity and took a selfie together with Negan. A few days after the event, Millie posted two short videos on Twitter imperonating Negan. On the first video, according to the report, Millie mimicked the scene where Negan first showed up in Alexandria, and delivered a line from the "Three Little Pigs" sdaying, "Little pig, little pig, let me in."

Konbini, on the other hand, reported that Millie re-enacted the classic "Eenie meenie miney moe" line which Negan delivered n the premiere episode of "The Walking Dead" where Negan killed Glenn and Abraham. Recently, a report from Billboard shared a video clip of Millie ordering at a Starbucks drive-thru and sang her orders using Adele's song, "Hello." A video clip was also shared on Twitter by Millie herself. The second season of "Stranger Things" will premiere in 2017 and will consist of 9 episodes.