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Natalia Dyer dons sparkly dress at premiere of Netflix’s Stranger Things Season 3 in Santa Monica

Fans have been waiting a long 20 months to see what Stranger Things will happen next in the small town of Hawkins, Indiana.

But the wait is almost over.  

Natalia Dyer, 22, lit up the red carpet as she stepped out for the premiere event, fittingly taking place at Santa Monica High School just outside of Los Angeles on Friday.

Light up the night: Natalia Dyer, 22, lit up the black carpet as she stepped out for the premiere event, fittingly taking place at Santa Monica High School just outside of Los Angeles on Friday

Light up the night: Natalia Dyer, 22, lit up the black carpet as she stepped out for the premiere event, fittingly taking place at Santa Monica High School just outside of Los Angeles on Friday

Dyer plays Nancy Wheeler in the sci-fi horror series, the sister of main character Mike and best friend of Barbara Holland, who mysteriously went missing in Season 2. 

The actress broke with the dark theme of the night, donning multi-colored, multi-tiered tasseled, sequined, dress that brought to mind the first season’s iconic Christmas lights.

She wore her hair down in curls with a mature middle part.

The Velvet Buzzsaw actress finished the look with a pair of champagne colored pointy heels with a crystal strap detail that ran across her foot. 

Light 'em up: The actress's colorful dress brought to mind the first season's iconic Christmas lights

Light ’em up: The actress’s colorful dress brought to mind the first season’s iconic Christmas lights

All of the lights: Dyer broke with the dark theme of the night, donning multi-colored, multi-tiered tasseled, sequined dress

Scary movie: The Velvet Buzzsaw actress finished the look with a pair of champagne colored pointy heels with a crystal strap detail that ran across her foot

All of the lights: Dyer broke with the dark theme of the night, donning multi-colored, multi-tiered tasseled, sequined dress

And of course the young stars of the show were in attendance.

Gaten Matarazzo who is 16 and plays Dustin Henderson, donned a perfectly 80’s inspired neon green suit jacket.  

Noah Schnapp, who is 14 and plays Will Byers, also wore a vintage-inspired jacket, this time of black leather with a colorful neon design. 

And Millie Bobby Brown, who is 15 and plays ‘Elle’ or Eleven, wore a puffy pink dress that featured an off-the-shoulder design. 

The crew's all here! And of course the stars of the show were in attendance

The crew’s all here! And of course the stars of the show were in attendance

Stranger Things took to their official Instagram page to share throwback pictures of the stars walking the carpets at the first, second and now third premiere with a kitschy and fitting upside down caption.

The caption reads, ‘We’re really not kids anymore.’ 

Season 3 of the 1980’s dark fantasy arrives July 4 and centers on the touching father-daughter relationship between David Harbour’s character Jim Hopper and Millie Bobby Brown‘s Eleven. 

While out on the promo circuit in recent weeks, Harbour, 44, revealed that fans can expect an an amazing and emotional season finale. 

Throwback: Stranger Things took to their official Instagram page to share throwback pictures of the stars walking the carpets at the first, second and now third premiere with a kitschy and fitting upside down caption

Throwback: Stranger Things took to their official Instagram page to share throwback pictures of the stars walking the carpets at the first, second and now third premiere with a kitschy and fitting upside down caption

Throughout the years: Season 2 of the show premiered in October of 2017

Throughout the years: Season 2 of the show premiered in October of 2017

Not kids anymore: The stars of the show as they appeared on Friday

Not kids anymore: The stars of the show as they appeared on Friday 

In the upside down: The caption reads, 'We're really not kids anymore'

In the upside down: The caption reads, ‘We’re really not kids anymore’

‘I think episode eight is the most moving thing we’ve ever shot, ‘ he said in an interview with DigitalSpy.

‘Millie [Eleven] is growing up and I think that’s the terrifying thing for Hopper. He doesn’t like the idea of his baby daughter hanging out with boys,’ Harbour told the British-based entertainment site, continuing, ‘So the season starts with him a little bit uncomfortable.’

‘His daughter is becoming a teenager and beginning to find herself, so that’s scarier for Hopper than any Demogorgon creature that he’s going to have to deal with, he said in the interview. ‘You get to see a lot of that throughout the season and it’s very unexpected what happens in the end and it’s very, very moving.’ 

Father-daughter: 'I think episode eight is the most moving thing we've ever shot, ' Harbour said in an interview with DigitalSpy

Father-daughter: ‘I think episode eight is the most moving thing we’ve ever shot, ‘ Harbour said in an interview with DigitalSpy

Daily Mail UK

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