Millie Bobby Brown to skip MTV Movie & TV Awards after splitting kneecap

Millie Bobby Brown to skip MTV Movie & TV Awards after splitting kneecap

Millie Bobby Brown to skip MTV Movie & TV Awards after splitting kneecap

The 14-year old actress took right to social media to assure everyone that she is okay, but also announced that she will have to miss the MTV Movie and TV Awards, which airs on Monday.

The young stars of Stranger Things were missing Millie Bobby Brown and Caleb McLaughlin.

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'I have split my knee cap so from the doctors orders, he told me to rest up and that means I won't be attending the MTV Awards'. Stranger Things season 2 featured a time jump (from 83 to 84) and with the craziness that unfolded in season 2 we wouldn't be surprised if they jumped once more to 85 or further. Millie Bobby Brown, 14, revealed in an Instagram video that she isn't attending the awards show since she's broken her first bone. "So, I won't be attending the MTV Awards this weekend". Brown, herself is nominated for Best Performance in a Show and Best Kiss (which she shared with castmate Finn Wolfhard). I wish you guys the best.

The star recently deleted her Twitter account after she unwittingly became a homophobic meme.

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The account is still active but the last tweet shared was on 13 December.

As Vanity Fair notes, the star wore a pin to the MTV Movie and TV Awards previous year to support the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's "Together" movement.

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