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At just 24, Zendaya has made that rare transition — child performer to Emmy-winning adult actress. While she has put music on the back burner for now, in the past year the former Disney Channel star has garnered heaps of praise after taking on the main role in HBO’s “Euphoria,” which catapulted her to Hollywood history as the youngest lead drama actor winner at the 2020 Emmys. Season two will shoot in 2021 following a well-received holiday special in December, with another one-off set to air in January 2021. Already the face of Tommy Hilfiger and a Lancôme spokesperson — in 2019 joining a who’s-who of Hollywood as a global brand ambassador — Zendaya will play Ronnie Spector in a feature biopic and will appear in Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 “Dune” adaptation. She’s also in “Malcolm & Marie,” a feature shot in secret with COVID-19 protocols that just sold to Netflix for $30 million.


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