'Stranger Things' Star Millie Bobby Brown Breaks Down While Accepting Best Actor in a Show Award at 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards - NBC Connecticut

'Stranger Things' Star Millie Bobby Brown Breaks Down While Accepting Best Actor in a Show Award at 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards

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    'Stranger Things' Star Millie Bobby Brown Breaks Down While Accepting Best Actor in a Show Award at 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards
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    Millie Bobby Brown accepts the award for best actor in a show for "Stranger Things" at the MTV Movie and TV Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday, May 7, 2017, in Los Angeles.

    She stole our hearts on "Stranger Things," so it's no wonder Millie Bobby Brown did it again at the MTV Movie &TV Awards when she accepted the award for Best Actor in a Show.

    The British star broke down in tears, making sure to give thanks to many including the close-knit cast, the writers and her family for the honor of playing Eleven in the sci-fi drama that took the country by storm.

    The 13-year-old said, "First of all I want to thank everyone that voted and especially MTV...I want to think the cast and crew for being my second family. I love you."

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    Brown girl then began to get teary when she thanked her support system. "I want to thank my family," she said. "You give me light every day. My mom and dad for being so supportive."

    She then made sure to thank Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, the two brothers who created the show.

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    "They've created a bad-ass, female character that I've got the honor to play," she said. "Thank you guys so much. I love you."

    The second season of "Stranger Things" debuts Tuesday, Oct. 31 on Netflix.