Millie Bobby Brown on saying goodbye to 'Stranger Things,' engagement to Jake Bongiovi

It's time for Millie Bobby Brown to bid "Stranger Things" farewell. The actress, who rose to fame on the popular Netflix series in 2016, 

 will say goodbye to her co-stars in the upcoming fifth and final season of the program.

Brown, a recipient of Glamour's Global Woman of the Year award, stated in an interview with the publication that was released on Monday, "I'm ready to say,

'Thank you, and goodbye.'""When you're ready, you're like, 'Alright, let's do this,'" she said. "Now let's discuss this final senior year. Come with me, let's leave."

Brown has been a cast member of "Stranger Things" since the first season, where she plays Eleven on the critically acclaimed program. With the help of the show,

the 19-year-old says she now has "the tools and the resources to be a better actor."The actress, who is also a Purdue University student, an author, 

a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, a movie producer, and the owner of Florence by Mills makeup,

however, stated she is also open to working on other projects."I'm finding it difficult to write stories that I'm passionate about because 'Stranger Things' takes up a lot of time to film,"

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