Stranger Things star — and the No. 1 Joe Keery fan on the ranking — David Harbour scored his first Golden Globe nomination on the present time (December 11) for simplest supporting actor in a television sequence, so what that formulation: It is time to assemble the Hopper Dance!!! [Cues up Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Cut to the Feeling.”]
For the reason that expose’s electrical first season, Harbour has been an fervent mouthpiece for Stranger Things and its solid. His rousing SAG Awards speech — in which he promised to “punch some folks in the face after they survey to slay the meek and the disenfranchised and the marginalized” — solidified his region in pop culture and in fans’ hearts.
After his morning espresso and contemplation, Harbour penned a considerate commentary per his nomination in his Notes app (where one of the most best probably and most memorable star statements accumulate been crafted) and posted it to his social media accounts.
“The work I assemble on [Stranger Things] has been essentially the most delightful of my profession,” he wrote, thanking the “writing and directing” of creators Matt and Ross Duffer and producer Shawn Levy. “My co-stars are all so inspired and sharp to work with on a day-to-day foundation, and I absolutely wouldn’t be nominated without the special chemistry I had this past season with Millie, Winona, Finn, Noah, Sean, Paul, and your complete relaxation.”
And dart, he promised that if he walks away a winner on Golden Globe night, then fans can protect up for a game of his now-iconic Hopper Dance — on stage!!!
In the period in-between, Harbour’s co-stars rushed to social media to congratulate their friend and on-purpose dad/hero/chief. Millie Bobby Brown needless to claim correctly-known with a describe of Hopper mid-dance.
Noah Schnapp posted a celebratory message on Instagram, writing, “We’re in scare of you each day of filming.”
Finn Wolfhard honored Harbour with a straightforward but sweet message: “Cherish you David!”
But it became Randy Havens (a.k.a. Hawkins MVP Mr. Clarke), captain of the Curiosity Voyage, who summed up all of our thoughts and feelings oh-so-perfectly.