Zendaya Wins the Lead Actress Emmy for “Euphoria,” Becoming the Youngest Two-Time Winner in History

Zendaya is one of the most well-known people in the world because of her hard work as an actor and singer. 

She has a wide range of credits to her name, beginning with leading roles in the Disney Channel programs “Shake It Up” and “K.C. Undercover” and more recently, films like “Dune” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” She naturally won an Emmy for her outstanding performance as Rue in “Euphoria”. 

In addition to receiving four Emmy nominations this year for her work as executive producer on the HBO series and for penning the lyrics to two songs that were included on “Euphoria,” “I’m Tired” and “Elliot’s Song,” Zendaya also set new marks for both of these accomplishments.

Zendaya, who earned an Emmy for her work in Euphoria, was named the best lead actress in a drama series. She is the youngest two-time Emmy winner in history and the only Black woman to ever win the prize twice.

Best wishes, Zendaya!

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