Millie Bobby Brown‘s sheer crop top is now a news story in itself. The 16-year-old “Stranger Things” star joined the bandwagon of celebrities accepting the #WomenSupportingWomen challenge earlier this week – if you follow celebrity Instagram accounts and saw a ton of black-and-white photos, that’ll be it.
The challenge generating over 4 million #challengeaccepted hashtags and taken on by the likes of Vanessa Bryant, Kerry Washington, and Gal Gadot, was simple. Post a black-and-white photo of yourself, use the hashtags, and encourage others to do the same.
Scroll for Millie’s photo, plus the fan response. The British teen just announced as set to star in an LGBTQ + Netflix movie, had gone uber-classy with her shot. She had been tagged by singer-songwriter Pixie Lott and photographed in a Christmas-like setting.
The photo showed Brown by fairy light-adorned shrubbery and backed by a wall. The brunette was looking stunning in a high-waisted pair of white pants, plus a sheer-paneled and sparkly crop top with long sheer sleeves, plus an opaque bralette finish.
Millie, followed by 34.3 million on Instagram and now a bonafide sensation with everything from her iconic “Stranger Things” status to her beauty line, had captioned her post with a pay-it-forward deal, challenging superstar singer Mariah Carey.
“Challenge accepted @pixielott and I nominate this amazing woman… @mariahcarey #womenempowerment #womensupportingwomen,” she wrote.
The actress, who’d thrown out a tongue pose and closed-eye smile as she posed with sheer joy and both hands placed to her head, also found a mega response. Her post currently sits at over 4 million likes. The celebrity likes were not insignificant.
Millie’s post now sees some of Hollywood’s finest throwing her the thumbs-up. Liking the post was 51-year-old “Friends” alum Jennifer Aniston, tagged Mariah, plus stars including Rebel Wilson, Ashley Tisdale, and Miley Cyrus’ older sister Brandi.
Pixie Lott replied: “Beeaaautifullllll✨✨✨???.” Fans, meanwhile, played on the hashtag’s wording, with one writing: “WHO ACCEPTED YOU TO BE THIS BEAUTIFUL????.”
The #WomenSupportingWomen challenge, also taken on by the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Gabrielle Union, and Jennifer Lopez, largely went down a hit – except for Ivanka Trump saying “We are ALL mothers.”
Millie is currently fronting media outlets for the news that she’ll be following her award-winning “Stranger Things” role with a lead part in upcoming “Enola Holmes” movie. At the age of just 16, Brown will take on both a starring and producing role. The movie, adapted from the book “The Girls I’ve Been” will see Millie play the bisexual daughter of a con artist – named Nora O’Malley.
Streaming service Netflix took to Twitter, writing: “Millie Bobby Brown will star in & produce THE GIRLS I’VE BEEN. A new Netflix film adapted from Tess Sharpe’s novel, the thriller follows a con artist who must use her powers of persuasion & impersonation to free herself, her girlfriend & ex-boyfriend from a bank hostage situation.”