Zendaya's Emmys Look Is Like a Hot Little Mermaid in Lingerie-OMG
Well, hot damn. Zendaya showed up to the Emmy Awards looking like the sexiest thing since sliced bread-and we're freaking out. I mean, we should've seen this coming. Zendaya always stuns on the red carpet. But this time, Zendaya's 2019 Emmys look is so jaw-droppingly gorgeous, we're sure our future grandchildren are going to hear about it.
As a presenter at tonight's star-studded ceremony, the Euphoria star stunned in an emerald green corset dress with a sheer bodice and sky-high leg slit for extra va-va-voom (as if the dress needed anymore of that). The designer? Zendaya's Emmy Awards dress is by none other than Vera Wang.
With her red hair down in soft, Hollywood waves, Zendaya accessorized her look with drop earrings, a thick crystal bracelet, and a matching pair of green pumps-and we're absolutely swooning.
Though Zendaya has no Emmy nominations this year, it's very likely that she could be up for one (or a few). Euphoria premiered on June 16, and the eligibility period for this year's awards is June 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019. Now all we have to say is, we can't wait to see Zendaya's Emmys look for next year.
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