The Cast Of 'Stranger Things' Looks Amazing At The MTV Movie & TV Awards

by Jamie LeeLo
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The cast of "Stranger Things" graced the MTV Movie & TV Awards ceremony on May 7, 2017, and looked anything BUT strange!!!

Thank you. I'll be here all night.

The child stars on the show have somehow become most of our heroes as adults, oozing a cool factor I literally never had as a child and will never have as a grownup.

Though there's no way to know for certain, the gang certainly seems to be as tight IRL as they are while fighting off aliens from alternate universes on television, making them the most popular crew on this side of Winona Ryder's crazy alphabet wall.

One day, I hope to grow up to look as good as these tweens do rocking the spotlight. Take a look at their insane style:

Finn Wolfhard has his own posse and is like, "WHAT UP, YOU GUYS?! I ROLL MAD DEEP!"

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Here all the brave, beautiful, baby boys of "Stranger Things" looking like, ohhhh, I don't know, just like the four best friends anyone could ever have?

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Seriously, can Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin and Noah Schnapp BE any more fly?

Natalie Dyer and Charlie Heaton showed up giving off some major chic AND rocker vibes all at the same time.

Natalia is just channeling some inner Gwen Stefani, Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn simultaneously somehow.

Maybe she's born with it. Maybe those baby blue eyes are just, like, the real freaking deal.

Meanwhile, Charlie's snazzy blazer over his T-shirt and his disheveled hair is just an effortlessly cool look all-around.

Shannon Purser is like, "Who? Me? Oh, I'm just a geometric color goddess queen. How can I help you?"

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Yes to those shoes. Yes to that eye shadow. YES to that confidence!

Then, of course, there's Millie Bobby Brown literally sparkling like a bright diamond on the red carpet and in all of our lives.

Dear God, when I grow up, may I be cool enough to rock white cowboy boots, slicked-back hair and a sequin dress like it is literally my job.

Ah, to be young and to be saving grownups from themselves and also aliens.