Zendaya was euphoric along with her second Emmys appearing win, which additionally made historical past.
At 26 years outdated, she turned the youngest to win two Emmys for appearing when she snagged the trophy for excellent lead actress in a drama collection Monday at the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards.
She gained in the identical class in 2020 for her portrayal of troubled teen Rue Bennett in HBO’s hit “Euphoria” (HBO is owned by CNN’s dad or mum firm). Her newest win additionally made her the primary Black lady to win twice in that class.
In her acceptance speech, Zendaya thanked the present’s creator, Sam Levinson “for believing in me and even in moments once I didn’t consider in myself.”
“My biggest want for ‘Euphoria’ was that it may assist heal folks and I simply wish to say thanks to everybody who has shared their story with me,” she stated. “I need you to know that anybody who has cherished a Rue or looks like they’re Rue, I need you to know that I’m so grateful on your tales and I carry them with me and I carry them along with her.”
“Euphoria,” which debuted in 2019, was renewed for a 3rd season earlier this 12 months.