Millie Bobby Brown Says Finn Wolfhard Is a ‘Lousy Kisser’ in Lie-Detector Test Interview (Video)

The actress also revealed who she thinks plays the best Sherlock Holmes

Actress Millie Bobby Brown did not shy away from answering whether her “Stranger Things” co-star Finn Wolfhard is a lousy kisser while under a lie detector.

The “Enola Holmes 2” heroine sat down with Vanity Fair to take their lie-detector test, and midway through her questioner brought up the subject of kissing Wolfhard.

“You exclaimed ‘kissing sucks’ after your first kiss with Finn Wolfhard,” Millie’s inquisitor began around five minutes into the segment. “Is Finn just a lousy kisser?”

“He is,” Brown answered, pretty straight-faced. 

The technician confirmed that she told the truth. 

“So he hasn’t gotten better,” the questioner prompted matter-of-factly, to which Brown responded, “Not with me. No.”

Brown didn’t even seem phased by the fact that Wolfhard will find out her thoughts about his kissing technique.

When her inquisitor asked if Brown had told Wolfhard (to which the answer is no), she remarked that Wolfhard would eventually find out.

Brown calmly but quickly answered “That’s okay.”

Among other subjects discussed were Brown’s background in home-schooling, much like her main character Enola in “Enola Holmes.” She tried to lie to protect co-star Noah Schnapp when it came to the question of whether he looks good in his bowl cut wig.

“Do you think the Duffer brothers were out to get him?” her questioner prompted, to which Brown said, “Every day.”

“Do you think he looks good?” came the next question, and Brown stumbled a bit.

“I love him. Yes, I do,” she said.

The technician saw through her acting even after she doubled down on her affirmation that Schnapp’s wig looks good on him. Following the declaration that she lied, Brown said grudgingly, “Get the picture out of here.”

Brown also admitted she thinks Henry Cavill plays a better Sherlock Holmes than both Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Downey Jr. When asked if Sherlock himself is better than “Stranger Things” police sheriff Jim Hopper, Brown replied yes. 

Try as they might, Vanity Fair’s team couldn’t exactly get an answer out of Brown about who she thinks should’ve died in “Stranger Things” Season 4.