Zendaya looks on cloud nine in a dazzling shot after becoming the youngest two-time Emmy winner

“When your feet hurt but you have so much to smile about”: Zendaya looks on on cloud nine after becoming the youngest two-time Emmy winner.

She made history on Monday night as she became the youngest two-time Emmy Award winner for acting.

Zendaya was still on cloud nine on Wednesday as she showed off her new device in a delightful snap she shared with her 150 million followers on Instagram.

The 26-year-old has teased the lead actress in a drama series for her performance as addiction-stricken teen Robe Bennett on HBO’s Euphoria.

Cheerful: Zendaya was still on cloud nine on Wednesday as she showed off her new device in a flashy snap she shared with her 150 million followers on Instagram.

Zendaya looked charming in a black Valentino gown as she sat on the street outside the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, admitting that her feet hurt after the party.

Alongside the stunning shot, she wrote, “When your feet hurt but you have so much to smile about. I’m still so cheerful, thank you from the bottom of my heart.

The star looked every moment pageant queen with a voluminous half up and half down hair that was secured in place with a black satin headband.

TALENTED: The actress, 26, has been named the Outstanding Lead in a Drama Series for her performance as addiction-ridden teen Ro Bennett on HBO's Euphoria.

TALENTED: The actress, 26, has been named the Outstanding Lead in a Drama Series for her performance as addiction-ridden teen Ro Bennett on HBO’s Euphoria.

She gave an emotional acceptance speech that touched on her “greatest wish” for the upcoming drama, as well as how the vulnerability of Euphoria fans on and off inspired her.

“My biggest wish at Euphoria was to help heal people,” said the former Disney Channel star, who seemed to hold back tears as she looked at the crowd of her peers.

I want you to know that for anyone who likes a street or feels like a street, I want you to know that I am so grateful for your stories.

I did it again!  Zendaya made history on Monday night as she became the youngest two-time Emmy winner

I did it again! Zendaya made history on Monday night as she became the youngest two-time Emmy winner

Zendaya ended her touching talk by saying, “And I carry her with me and I carry her with her.”

Besides being the youngest ever winner twice, she is also the first black woman in history to receive the Outstanding Actress Award in a Drama Series twice, according to Variety.

Zendaya has stepped away with her first leading actress in an Emmy drama series in 2020 from her work on the first season of Euphoria.

Introduction: The erotic teen drama, which premiered on HBO in June 2019, follows Zendaya Street and other students at her high school as they

Introduction: The erotic teen drama, which premiered on HBO in June 2019, follows Zendaya Street and other students at her high school as they “jump between love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma, and social media”; Zendaya was seen in ecstasy

The teen thriller drama, which premiered on HBO in June 2019, follows Roe (Zendaya) and other high school students as they navigate love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma and social media.

Zendaya’s character Rue gets in and out of opioid and alcohol addiction as a toxic way to deal with destructive things Years before losing her father to cancer.

Roe’s addiction cycle increases in Euphoria’s critically acclaimed second season, which began in January and ended at the end of February 2022.

Fabulous!  Zendaya dazzled at the Emmy Awards in a black Valentino dress and coordinated Le Roche Bvlgari jewellery.

Fabulous! Zendaya dazzled at the Emmy Awards in a black Valentino dress and coordinated Le Roche Bvlgari jewellery.

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