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BUZZ: Zendaya Performs at Coachella After 7-Year Musical Hiatus

BUZZ: Zendaya Performs at Coachella After 7-Year Musical Hiatus

Zendaya shocked fans when she made a rare onstage appearance during Weekend 2 of Coachella. The “Euphoria” star – who hasn’t performed in more than seven years – joined Labrinth to sing his Emmy-nominated hit, “All Of Us,” from the popular HBO series and “I’m Tired.” She stunned in a baby pink dress featuring a corset bodice and a frilly skirt, with a plain white T-shirt underneath, along with silver hoop earrings, a matching ring and thigh-high black boots.

Following her cameo at the star-studded Indio, Calif. music festival, Zendaya expressed her gratitude via her Instagram Stories. “I cannot express my gratitude enough for this magical night. Thank you for my brother Labrinth for inviting me and giving me the most beautiful safe space to be on stage again. And to the crowd tonight… wow. My heart is so full. I can’t thank you enough for the love I received tonight, made all my nerves melt away. I’m so grateful.”

Fans were quick to react to Zendaya’s energetic performance on social media, with many praising her for both her singing and movement on stage. One fan tweeted in real time, “THIS IS NOT A DRILL ZENDAYA IS LITERALLY PERFORMING ALL FOR US WITH LABRINTH AT COACHELLA RN OMFGFBDNDND,” while another added, “I would’ve ascended in that f–king crowd wym Zendaya pulled up to Coachella.”

It’s been awhile since fans have seen Zendaya on stage as she’s prioritized acting in recent years, including films like “Spider-Man,” “Dune” and “Malcolm & Marie” and TV shows like “Euphoria.” The former “Shake It Up” star released a self-titled debut album in 2013, which featured her popular single, “Replay.” Her tour to support the album ended in 2015, and she hasn’t taken the stage since — albeit a handful of brief performances at award ceremonies.

Elsewhere during Labrinth


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