“Zendaya Says Farewell To Her Disney Days”

Written by on February 7, 2018

“Zendaya Says Farewell To Her Disney Days”

By: Turjemia Flowers


Zendaya officially announced her days on the Disney Channel were coming to an end. Eight years ago, at the age of 14, she made her Disney debut on “Shake It Up” where she played the role of“Bella Thorne”on the series. Zendaya’s talent and charm led on to more roles on “A.N.T. Farm” “Good Luck Charlie” as well as Disney TV movies “Zapped” and “Frenemies.”She went on to star in the “K.C. Undercover” series, where she portrayed the character, “K C Cooper.” On Friday, she tweeted,”Tonight is the last episode of KC (Undercover), and therefore my last episode on Disney Channel.” When she leaked the news on the internet, it wrecked a few of her fans, although most of them were extremely supportive towards the evolution of her career.


During the timeline of her career, she dropped a self-titled album in 2013, and then she released her platinum single, “Replay.” Later that year, she made an appearance on “Dancing With The Stars,” it made her to be the youngest person to ever participate in the dance competition. She went on to collaborate with Beyonce, Bruno Mars, and Taylor Swift. She co-starred in Mars’ “Versace On The Floor” and Swift’s “Bad Blood” video. She was also enlisted by Bey for the “Lemonade” visual album.


The 21-year-old actress made several appearances on the big screen by landing roles in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “The Greatest Showman.” She recently appeared on the cover of “Vanity Fair’s 2018 Hollywood Issue.”


“Finding out who you are is a difficult process and I think that everybody is going through it for their entire life,” she explained. “For me, I think it’s A, accepting that we are constantly growing and changing, and the person I was a year ago is not who I’m going to be in a year.”


Obviously, at this point, Zendaya’s career is just getting started and we’re super excited to witness the evolution of her many gifts and talents.


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