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22/03/2018 10:38 GMT

'Stranger Things' Cast Comfort 12-Year-Old Fan After No One Turned Up To His Birthday Party

Millie Bobby Brown: 'Next year I would like an invite.... please?'

The cast of ‘Stranger Things’ came to the rescue of a 12-year-old boy who needed cheering up after no one turned up to his themed birthday party.

Aaron Alambat, from California, US, had a ‘Stranger Things’ cake, fairy lights and even the notable demogorgon blood punch ready for his guests to arrive. Sadly, his sister, Ayen Alambat, tweeted photos of the party on 18 March and explained that none of the eight classmates who were invited turned up.

Impressed with the brilliant themed party food and decorations, many people replied to Ayen to pass on their birthday wishes to her brother. Ayen’s tweet not only received viral fame on Twitter, with 284,000 likes, it also prompted the ‘Stranger Things’ cast themselves to get in touch.

Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven in the show, retweeted the photos and wrote: “What!!!! Oh well, you can let them all know that everyone on behalf on ‘Stranger things’ would’ve come! I think you’re awesome and next year I would like an invite... please?”

And the tweet certainly went down well, as Ayen replied to the actress: “AARON LOVES YOU. AND THE WHOLE CAST.”

Millie prompted another cast member to reply. Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin, wrote: “Count me in too. I’ll bring the chocolate pudding.”

After receiving thousands of birthday wishes from Twitter users, Ayen updated people: “[Aaron] says thank you to all the people that wished him a happy birthday.”

Now who’s the coolest guy in the school?

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