For her depiction of Rue in “Euphoria,” HBO’s harrowing look at high school life, Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman was awarded the Emmy Awards for best actress in a drama on Monday.
Zendaya Coleman won her second Emmy Awards, surpassing out Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh from “Killing Eve,” Laura Linney from “Ozark,” Melanie Lynskey from “Yellowjackets,” and Reese Witherspoon from “The Morning Show.”
Zendaya admitted to E! in a post-win interview that although Tom Holland wasn’t present physically with her on her historic Emmy night, he was the first person she contacted about it. The remark provided some insight into their interpersonal dynamics.
After being the youngest person to ever win two Emmy Awards at age 26 and the first Black woman to ever win outstanding lead actress in a drama series twice, Zendaya was questioned by the publication about who she originally contacted. For her performance as Rue in Euphoria, Zendaya received two Emmy Awards.
“When I get this win, well, I didn’t have to text my mom because my mom was already there,” Zendaya stated. “She’s here tonight, which is very special. And I text my boyfriend.”
Los Angeles was the location of the 74th Emmy Awards. Holland was last seen on camera on September 10 in New York City while filming his forthcoming Apple+ series The Crowded Room.
He and Zendaya have been more forthright about their relationship, but they have kept their private information to themselves. Holland last visited Zendaya in Budapest in August, taking a little break from his New York-based series to fly and be with her. Zendaya has been filming Dune 2 overseas.
In an interview with GQ last year, Zendaya coleman expressed her confusion over the public’s fascination with their relationship. She described the public’s infatuation as “very bizarre and weird, confused, and invasive.” “The identical sentiment [we both share] is simply that there are some times or things you wish were your own when you truly love and care for someone… I believe that loving someone is a precious and special thing that should be dealt with, experienced, and enjoyed by the two individuals who love each other.