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Millie Bobby Brown Clapped Back At Haters Making Fun Of Her Throwback "Imagine" Cover

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Don't come for Millie Bobby Brown, because she'll clap right back. The Stranger Things star proved she won't be taking flack from haters on March 27, when she responded to shade about a cover of "Imagine" she filmed when she was younger. After the internet expressed mixed reactions to her throwback cover, Brown responded in the best way — by posting another cover. Millie Bobby Brown's TikTok cover Of "Imagine" is proof no one can stop her shine.

Seeing as tons of celebs banded together to sing "Imagine" amid the coronavirus outbreak, Brown's cover resurfacing was timely. A fan dredged up the super old video, which was filmed when she was about 12 years old and filming the first season of Stranger Things in 2016, and re-posted it online after Gal Gadot organized the mass cover.

Some fans took to Twitter to poke fun at the video clip with some seriously harsh messages. One fan said, "I don’t think I’ll ever not laugh at Millie Bobby Brown singing imagine," while another wrote, "why is the clip of millie bobby brown singing imagine so funny?"

Like the strong-minded lady she is, Brown let the shade roll right off her shoulders. She responded by posting her new video on TikTok and her caption was on-point. ""K Bye xx," she wrote, and, TBH, she may be the new sass queen of Hollywood.

You can watch Brown's latest "Imagine" cover below.

The best part of the video was when Brown added her own little twist at the end. She switched up the lyrics to say, "I hope someday you will join us, and the world will stop making fun."

Meanwhile, if you didn't see Gadot's full singalong compilation yet, it's really something else. In addition to featuring Brown, she enlisted Kristen Wiig, Jimmy Fallon, Sarah Silverman, and more.

Most importantly, shout out to Brown for making the internet a more positive place for all of us.

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