‘Mother eats every single time’: Zendaya Sets the NAACP Image Awards on Fire as Internet Bows Down To Her New Queen Mother Look

Zendaya Sets the NAACP Image Awards on Fire as Internet Bows Down To Her New Queen Mother Look
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Zendaya has been away from the public eye for quite some time, and the number of movies associated with her has been limited too. Currently, the actress did not make many headlines in terms of her work. Today she finally appears and made sure each and everyone notices the gorgeous actress.


The wait for Zendaya’s red carpet appearance has come to an end. The beautiful actress blessed us with her magnificent presence and elegant style at the NAACP Awards, which were held at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Zendaya rocked the Mermaid gown at the NAACP awards

Zendaya at NAACP Awards

Zendaya showed up at the NAACP Award looking like a goddess. Her attire was complimentary to her figure and personality. The actress exudes confidence and maturity with this piece and caught the eye of everyone with her stunning look.


Her fashion partner Law Roach styled the outfit, which included a long train, a daring leg split down the middle and lime-colored striped fabric. The fashion icon matched her new bob-length hair with a vintage Atelier Versace couture gown from the year 2002, in a classic Old Hollywood silhouette.

The strapless dress has a mermaid-style silhouette, a deep V neckline with extra green circular decoration at the bust, and a thigh-high slit at the front. Two stripes that flow down the skirt and flared embellishments on the hips also featured the green theme. The actress omitted the necklace from her accessories.

Zendaya in Euphoria

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Zendaya accessorized her short bob with thick side-swept waves, stiletto heels, and a simple black manicure. Her Bulgari jewelry, which included a diamond bracelet, earrings, and a sizable diamond ring, added some glitz. After a brief hiatus due to her hectic schedule, Zendaya is back with her first appearance in a while. She needed a look that matched the bill as she is nominated for performer of the year at the NAACP Image Awards.

The internet cannot stop simping for Zendaya

Zendaya is nominated for her role in Euphoria.

Zendaya looked like the confident and strong woman that she is with this stunning look at the NAACP awards. The internet cannot stop devouring her pictures and outfit, everyone is talking about the Euphoria actress. Zendaya’s staggering gown has fans falling head over heels as she walks down the red carpet.

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For her part in the HBO series, Euphoria directed by Sam Levinson, Zendaya is up for Entertainer of the Year and Best Actress in a Drama. She skipped the Golden Globes last month, making this night her first live appearance of the 2023 awards season.



Zendaya was nominated for quite a few awards but Angela Basset swept them all away. Bassett-starring Marvel superhero sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever won best motion picture.

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The action saga The Woman King, which Viola Davis championed and acted in, earned the award for the outstanding actress. Will Smith took up the best actor award for the slavery drama Emancipation, his first film since the Oscars last year, where he smacked comic Chris Rock on stage before earning his first award.


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