Sadie Sink rocks studded jeans on Today show and discusses ‘scary and sad’ end to Stranger Things


Sadie Sink rocks studded bell-bottom jeans on Today show and discusses ‘scary and sad’ end to Stranger Things

Sadie Sink wore studded bell-bottom jeans to the Today show on Wednesday in New York City to discuss her new film The Whale and the end of Stranger Things.

The up-and-coming actress, 20 –  who rocked leggy black shorts and a busty corset on Jimmy Kimmel Live last month – looked radiant and hip as she arrived at NBC studios in Manhattan.

During her interview, Sadie spoke candidly about the ‘scary and sad’ end to Stranger Things as she prepares to film its fifth and final season. 

Glowing: Sadie Sink, 20, wore studded bell-bottom jeans to the Today show on Wednesday in New York City to discuss her new film The Whale and the end of Stranger Things

Sink’s porcelain complexion glowed  Wednesday morning as she made her way to the Today show.

Wearing her red hair down in lustrous waves, the young actress pulled off a boho-chic look that paired a long black peacoat with studded bell-bottom jeans.

Sadie donned a white long-sleeved shirt and carried a matching handbag.

The star adorned herself with minimal jewelry except for a stylish Givenchy padlock necklace. 

She also wore a pair of sandal stiletto’s from the brand, sporting silver Givenchy heels.

Boho-chic: The up-and-coming actress looked radiant and hip as she arrived at NBC studios in Manhattan. Wearing her red hair down in lustrous waves, the young actress pulled off a boho-chic look that paired a long black peacoat with studded bell-bottom jeans

Boho-chic: The up-and-coming actress looked radiant and hip as she arrived at NBC studios in Manhattan. Wearing her red hair down in lustrous waves, the young actress pulled off a boho-chic look that paired a long black peacoat with studded bell-bottom jeans

Studded with stardom: Sink's porcelain complexion glowed Wednesday morning as she made her way to the Today show. Sadie donned a white long-sleeved shirt and carried a matching handbag

Studded with stardom: Sink’s porcelain complexion glowed Wednesday morning as she made her way to the Today show. Sadie donned a white long-sleeved shirt and carried a matching handbag 

Fan favorite: The Stranger Things star was warm and friendly with her fans outside the studio

Fan favorite: The Stranger Things star was warm and friendly with her fans outside the studio

Fan favorite: The Stranger Things star was warm and friendly with her fans outside the studio

Once inside the studio, Sink sat down with Today hosts Jenna Bush Hager, 41, and Willie Geist, 47, and spoke about saying goodbye to the global phenomenon of Stranger Things.

‘We know that it’s happening and that it’s the last season,’ she said of filming season five. ‘So it’s going to be emotional I’m sure.’

The All Too Well star remained tight-lipped when it came to any plot details, claiming she has ‘no idea what is going to happen.’ 

But Sadie did open up about the difficulty of bidding farewell to the ‘family’ that she has forged on the Netflix hit.  

‘It’s going to be awful,’ she said. ‘It’s going to be horrible. These kids, this entire cast and crew, it’s family. People say that all the time, but I genuinely mean it.’

The end is near: Once inside the studio, The Whale star sat down with Today hosts Jenna Bush Hager, 41, and Willie Geist, 47, and spoke about saying goodbye to the global phenomenon of Stranger Things

The end is near: Once inside the studio, The Whale star sat down with Today hosts Jenna Bush Hager, 41, and Willie Geist, 47, and spoke about saying goodbye to the global phenomenon of Stranger Things

Saying goodbye: Sadie opened up about the difficulty of bidding farewell to the 'family' that she has forged on the Netflix hit. 'It's going to be awful,' she said. 'It's going to be horrible. These kids, this entire cast and crew, it's family. People say that all the time, but I genuinely mean it'

Saying goodbye: Sadie opened up about the difficulty of bidding farewell to the ‘family’ that she has forged on the Netflix hit. ‘It’s going to be awful,’ she said. ‘It’s going to be horrible. These kids, this entire cast and crew, it’s family. People say that all the time, but I genuinely mean it’

The end of season four saw Sink’s character Max Mayfield emerge from her coma after surviving a brutal brush with death at the hands the show’s main villain Vecna.

Max Mayfield has risen to become a central character and fan favorite of Stranger Things, launching Sadie’s career into the stratosphere. 

But as the end of her megahit show approaches, Sink appears to be balancing her sentimental feelings with being excited for the future. 

Concluding her Today interview, Sadie said: ‘And to think that we have to say goodbye to that security and knowing that we’ll be seeing each other for another season? It’s scary and sad, but I think it’s exciting to kind of move on to the next chapter, I guess.’ 

Launching her career: The end of season four saw Sink's character Max Mayfield emerge from her coma after surviving a brutal brush with death at the hands the show's main villain Vecna. Max Mayfield has risen to become a central character and fan favorite of Stranger Things, launching Sadie's career into the stratosphere. She is currently gearing up to film the fifth and final season

Launching her career: The end of season four saw Sink’s character Max Mayfield emerge from her coma after surviving a brutal brush with death at the hands the show’s main villain Vecna. Max Mayfield has risen to become a central character and fan favorite of Stranger Things, launching Sadie’s career into the stratosphere. She is currently gearing up to film the fifth and final season

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