In October, Twitter user Damaris Fregoso, a California high school student, tweeted at Stranger Things star David Harbour, asking, "How many retweets for you take my senior photos with me". Of course, they followed the school's guidelines, but since Harbour really went all-in and wore the sweatshirt/held the trombone (as promised), that's really irrelevant.
Three months and more than 25,000 retweets later, Harbour and Fregoso headed to the studio on Thursday for some epic senior photos. "I don't believe it would be by our desire in any way, so fans can rest assured that I would like to continue with "Stranger Things" as long as "Stranger Things" would like to continue", David explained to HollywoodLife. Harbour, who plays police Chief Jim Hopper in the hit Netflix series, came through, and he is hilariously wearing the school's sweatshirt while holding a trombone. There are even some shots of him playing the trombone and holding some pom poms.
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On Friday, he and Fregoso posted pics from her high school senior photo shoot.
'Many thanks to @postydamaris and her kind family and @iamtommyg photography for making a dream come true and proving my high school classmates right!'
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In response to Harbour's lovely speech, Brown tweeted, "Thank you for inspiring me each day and making me realize how lucky i am to be doing this fantastic job called acting".
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