Emmys 2022: Zendaya Wins Best Actress For Euphoria - Again

Zendaya along with her award. (Pic credit score: AFP)

Zendaya has gained yet one more Emmy for her efficiency within the celebrated sequence ‘Euphoria’!

On Tuesday, Zendaya bagged the Emmy award for ‘Lead Actress in a Drama’ for her portrayal of Rue Benett in Euphoria. This is Zendaya’s second Emmy award. She gained her first in 2020 for Euphoria.

Zendaya has a complete of 4 Emmy nominations this yr.

Apart from ‘Lead Actress in a Drama sequence’, she is nominated for her work as an government producer on the second season of ‘Euphoria’ and two Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics nominations for the songs ‘Elliot’s Song’ and ‘I’m Tired’, each featured on ‘Euphoria’ season two, which is nominated Outstanding Drama class.

For her position as Rue in ‘Euphoria’,

she already made historical past in 2020 by turning into the youngest lead actress drama winner (24 on the time), and solely the second-ever Black girl to win the class, following Viola Davis for ‘How to Get Away With Murder’.

Based on the Israeli sequence of the identical title, which was created by Ron Leshem and Daphna Levin from HOT, Euphoria follows a bunch of highschool college students within the city of East Highland, together with Zendaya’s 17-yr-previous drug addict Rue, via their experiences of id, trauma, medication, household, friendships, love and intercourse.

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