The child stars of Netflix’s famed series “Stranger Things” may be gracing your small screens today, but did you know they used to be in a Motown group?
We’re joking, of course, but The Late Late Show host James Cordon wanted to imagine what that would be like — if it were the case.
The series’ stars — Finn Wolfhard, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo and Noah Schnapp — all hit the stage with Cordon as the “Upside Downs.”
(If you don’t get the group’s reference, you clearly haven’t seen the show.)
The “Upside Downs” were a once-rising Motown group that was forced to disband when four of the members landed roles on an up-and-coming Netflix show.
Spoiler alert: Cordon was the one who wasn’t cast.
Despite their falling out, the “Upside Downs” reunited on The Late Late Show for one final performance — and boy, did they kill it!