'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown walks on 2018 Golden Globes red carpet without her co-stars

(Reuters/Mario Anzuoni)"Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown during last year's San Diego Comic-Con

There is no doubt that much of the success of Netflix's "Stranger Things" is anchored on the on-screen teamwork and camaraderie of its child stars, who seem to be inseparable. During the recent 75th Golden Globe Awards, however, the group seems to be missing someone, which raised different kinds of speculations from observers.

According to a PopBuzz report, actress Millie Bobby Brown who plays Eleven in the hit series on Netflix opted to walk on the red carpet by her lonesome. Brown came almost a full hour after her co-stars had already arrived. This left "Stranger Things" fans wondering why she wasn't with her buddies Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), and Finn Wolfhard (Mike).

Fans on social media quickly posted their reactions on the matter, with one user writing, "It's weird that there are no photos of millie bobby brown and the rest of stranger things cast together." Another wrote, "I don't like that Millie Bobby Brown doesn't do the carpet with the rest of the Stranger Things cast. It is an ensemble piece and going alone creates a perceived separation, She should be able to hang out with the other kids and have laughs with them," NME reported.

Brown, however, did not have a rift with her co-stars or anything near that. Though Brown's camp did not release an official explanation regarding her solo walk on the red carpet, Kelsey Deenihan, the 13-year-old actress' make-up artist, may have shed some light on all the confusion.

Deenihan's Instagram story showed that Brown was not yet done preparing about 20 minutes before the other cast of "Stranger Things" arrived, the NME report noted. In addition, Brown was able to catch up with her friends during an after-party event, the report added.

Though things seemed to be perfectly fine for the stars, the same could not be said for the show as far as the Golden Globes is concerned. The sci-fi hit series failed to bag any of its nominations for the night, namely, the Best Drama TV Series and the Best Supporting Actor award for David Harbour who plays Police Chief Jim Hopper.