The Greatest Showwoman Zendaya Coleman put on quietly a sideshow in a brown leather halter August Getty dress while posing on the red carpet of the MTV Movie & TV Awards in Santa Monica on Saturday.
It was a remarkably racy look for the normally conservative 21-year-old, who tends to wear more modest attire due to her responsibility from her Disney Channel roots.
The 5ft10in triple-threat’s rigid bell-shaped skirt selected by her longtime ‘Image Architect’ Law Roach made her resemble a Hershey’s Kiss chocolate.
Zendaya also finished off her edgy look with matching Christian Louboutin pumps and striking $390 Paula Mendoza ‘Kamensta’ earrings made from Colombian gold.
Make-up artist Sheika Daley brought out Coleman’s bushy brows with brown eye shadow and liquid liner.
And for once, the Oakland-born biracial beauty ditched her usual wig in favor of her own side-parted wet curls, which were coiffed by hairstylist Ursula Stephen.
The Rewrite The Stars songstress served presenting duties during the Tiffany Haddish-hosted ceremony at Barker Hangar, which won’t be broadcast until Monday.
Missing from Zendaya’s side was her rumored British beau, Tom Holland, whom she wished a happy 22nd birthday on June 1 via her impressive 76.6M social media following.
Coleman famously played Michelle “MJ” Jones, a cerebral classmate of Peter Parker (Tom) in last year’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, which amassed $880.2M at the global box office.
‘We are friends,’ the CoverGirl ambassador claimed to Variety last August.
‘He’s a great dude. He’s literally one of my best friends. This past how many months we’ve had to do press tours together. There’s very few people that will understand what that’s like at 20 years old.’
On June 5, the homeschooled millennial was cast as ‘a lying, drug-addicted 17-year-old named Rue’ in the HBO drama pilot based on HOT3’s 2012-2013 Israeli series, Euphoria.
According to Variety, Zendaya and 11 other actors including Eric Dane, Maude Apatow, and Storm Reid will star in Augustine Frizzell’s gritty show described as ‘Kids meets Trainspotting.’
By Daily Mail