The 18-year-old actress, who has played Eleven on the popular sci-fi Netflix series since its debut in 2016, said that although she sometimes uses humour, she would "love" to create a musical episode for the programme.
She uttered: "I make statements like, "I wanted [Eleven] to marry, but I also said I want her to pass away." Really, I have no idea. Additionally, I didn't choose it. I utter all of these things merely under my breath, but they are afterwards taken and printed. And I responded, "No, no, no." I had made a joke about wanting her to marry and work at a Target when I said that. It was a joke, However, it might not be a joke. I would adore being the author! I'd turn it into a bigger musical!"
The "Enola Homes" star continued by saying that the series could draw inspiration from the sitcom "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," which had an all-singing, all-dancing episode as part of its fourth season, for its conclusion, which is supposedly scheduled to air in 2024.
She said the following to Total Film: "But, you know, they don't leave it in my capable hands, which they really ought do [laughs]. I can do the "Stranger Things" series finale, and it will be fantastic, so believe me. It ought to be like "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," in my opinion. Have you ever seen the episode with the music? It must conclude with a musical incident like that!"