Sadie Sink Gushes On THIS ‘Awkward’ Scene Of Stranger Things

Sadie Sink details the kissing scene from Stranger Things season 2 when she was 15 and Caleb was 16.

Sadie Sink starred as one of the lead characters in the Netflix hit series, Stranger Things. And the actress has recently gushed on a very awkward scene. In a recent interview with W magazine, Sadie recalled the ‘awkward’ kiss she shared with her co-star Caleb McLaughlin.

Sadie details the kissing scene from the second season of the show when she was 15 and Caleb was 16. Sadie starred as Max and Caleb played the role of Lucas. The actress said in the interview, “We were both awkward. But it was also funny because all our friends were there and all these extras and lights and music.” Sadie added, “It was nerve-wracking at the time, but I look back now and can laugh about it.”

Meanwhile, previously, the creators of Stranger Things came under fire for ‘forcing’ the teen actress to film the kiss scene. The social media team reacted fiercely after Sadie revealed during a 2017 behind-the-scenes extra episode that she had been made to do the kiss by Ross and Matt Duffer even though she had been ‘stressed out’ over it for more than a day.

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Sadie revealed during the post-show clip, “The kiss was not written in the script.” “I get there, the first day of Snow Ball… One of you, I think it was you, Ross, you say, ‘Oh, Sadie, you ready for the kiss?’ I’m like, ‘What! No! That’s not in the script.'” ‘That’s not happening,’ she said. ‘So the whole day I was like stressed out, I was like ‘Oh my god, wait, am I gonna have to…” The kiss was shot on the second day of filming the Snow Ball scenes and was shot in front of a couple of hundred extras, crew members and parents.

Moreover, Sadie’s mother was also on set for the filming. Ross Duffer blamed Sink’s response for his insistence on the kiss telling her on Beyond Stranger Things: ‘You reacted so strongly to this. I was just joking and you were so freaked out that I was like well, I gotta make her do it now.’Sadie responded by asking him: ‘That’s why it’s my fault?’ The writer and director replied: ‘That’s why I’m saying it’s your fault.’