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Welcome to Zendaya Online, your best and most updated source on the web for Zendaya. You know Zendaya from Disney's hit show Shake It Up! and her TV movie, Frenemies and Zapped. Zendaya released her first self-titled album, out in stores now. She is currently working on a new Disney pilot, K.C. Undercover. Here we aim to bring you all the latest news, photos, and videos and more on the rising star. Feel free to check out the site and if you have any questions email us. Thank you. - Shelby & Sara




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Sep, 5 Posted by Sara

Zendaya was just announced as UNICEF’s newest Trick-Or-Treat Ambassador!

“I loved Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF when I was younger because it was such an empowering experience to be able to make a difference. Kids need more than candy; they need basics like medicine, nutrition and clean drinking water, and millions of them wouldn’t have these things without UNICEF,” Zendaya shared in a statement.

She added, “I’m really excited to celebrate Halloween this year by inspiring a new generation of kids to be Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF superheroes that help save other kids’ lives.”

This year, kids and parents can now set up individual fundraising pages on Crowdrise for their friends and family members to donate as well as turn their Halloween party into a Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF fundraiser by setting up a donation page and including a link to it in their party invitation. Sweet! To get started, visit www.trickortreatforunicef.org.

 



Sep, 5 Posted by Sara

Between her busy days filming her new Disney Channel show, “K.C. Undercover,” working on new music, and doing philanthropic work, Zendaya, like many teens her age, spends her down time “chillin’,” hanging out with family, and binge-watching her favorite show, “Scandal.” However, although she’s young—Zendaya just turned 18 this Monday—the actress/dancer/musician still accomplishes things that people twice her age can only dream of.

We talked to the Bay Area-born, Los Angeles-based wunderkind about charity, fashion, stardom, and everything in between. Read the Q&A below and check out some exclusive photos from her birthday celebration in Puerto Rico.

WhoSay: What was your inspiration behind doing the FeedONE project for your birthday?

Zendaya: Well, I really wanted to do something important for my birthday. For me at least, it wasn’t really a priority that I get anything for my birthday. I have everything that I need and everything that I want. So I definitely wanted to do something that I felt was a little more important. I also always think that it’s important to use your status or star power in the best way possible. I think that there’s a reason why you influence so many people, and for me, I think that it’s to make important causes be known and try to use whatever I can to help that.

I was already in contact with [humanitarian organization] Convoy of Hope, and I was brainstorming with my mom, and we came up with the idea to work with Convoy of Hope and FeedOne, which is a charity that they work with as well, to do this whole project and do something that was actually really special. I’m really excited about it.

WhoSay: Growing up, who were some of your biggest musical influences?

Zendaya: For me, always Michael Jackson. He’s always been my favorite of all time. I love me some Beyoncé. I enjoy people who really love what they do. I think Michael Jackson definitely had a lot of messages in his songs. I love Bob Marley’s music. Things that actually say something. I enjoy Rascal Flatts. Things with some substance.

WhoSay: Do you have an early memory that made you realize that you love the entertainment world?

Zendaya: I grew up in a theater. I lived that life. I was all around it ever since I was little. That definitely influenced me, being so young and around that environment. My dad was a drummer, so I would literally lay right next to his drums and just pass out and be sleeping right next to [them].

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Aug, 27 Posted by Sara

Singer and actress Zendaya will celebrate her 18th birthday on September 1, 2014 and she will do so in a selfless way.

Zendaya’s big day is timed up with a campaign to help feed at least 150 hungry children in Haiti, Tanzania and the Philippines through feedONE, an initiative of Convoy of Hope. From August 25 through September 9, fans of the pop star can help her reach her goal by visiting feedone.com/Zendaya and making a donation.

Every $10 raised will feed a child for one month. Fans may also text ZHOPE to 50555 to feed one child.

“Too many kids will go back to school hungry this year, but we can do something about that,” said Zendaya. “My generation has the opportunity to change the world. With Convoy of Hope, I’ve raised my voice and am using it to give people hope.”

Nice work, Zendaya, being all sorts of generous on YOUR birthday! This cause is critical, so help Zendaya celebrate her birthday by doing some good for those in need.

Will you support Zendaya and donate?

 



Aug, 12 Posted by Sara

Zendaya says she’s “not like other Disney stars,” but has a lot of respect for Miley CyrusSelena Gomez and Demi Lovato.

In an exclusive interview with Gossip Cop, the “Shake It Up” star opens up about the misconceptions people have about Disney Channel personalities.

“A lot of people expect things from Disney Channel stars, being that they’re from a younger fan base,” admits Zendaya, who believes that some stars are held to a different standard simply because of the time period they’re growing up in.

She explains, “[The issue] is adults being like, ‘Oh, I don’t like that!’ when they were doing that stuff [and] it just wasn’t televised or it just wasn’t displayed for the whole world. They just got to do it in their own personal life.”

Still, Zendaya says she’s “not like the other Disney stars,” and shouldn’t be compared to them.

“Things that they’re doing are not what I’m gonna do because I’m not them. We’re completely different people,” shares the 17-year-old. “You can’t really [say] ‘Oh because they did it, now [this one will].’ That doesn’t make any sense. ”

Zendaya stresses, “I don’t want to ever bring anyone else down for any decisions they made when they grew up, because everyone’s growing process is different, everyone learns differently.”

“We’re all human beings. We’re all growing up. We’re all different. We’re all going to have different lives,” says the Zapped star.

She’s also quick to commend her famous predecessors, noting, “I think I learned a lot of positive things. I learned how you deal with problems, and how to handle yourself.”

“I admire some of them because they have had so much success at a young age, and they continue to handle themselves and persevere through any kind of problem that they have, which I think is most important,” she continues.

As Gossip Cop reported, Zendaya recently left Lifetime’s Aalyiah biopic, and she tells us she isn’t sure if there’s another famous figure she’d want to portray.

“I think the beauty about being an actress is that you can transform into anyone. You can be someone that may not look like you or may not be exactly who you are,” she says. “Whether it be a character or a real-life person, I just want to act.”

She also wants to dance.

Season 16′s “Dancing with the Stars” runner-up has remained incredibly close with partner Val Chmerkovskiy, and joined him to perform in the recent one-day-only show,Sway: A Dance Trilogy.

“I wanted to start back dancing again and get back into the groove, since I haven’t been doing it for like a year. It’s been really fun,” Zendaya says of joining the production.

Of course, spending time with Chmerkovskiy is a bonus.

“He literally takes care of me like a little sister,” she says, pooh-poohing any suggestions of romantic chemistry when they hit the stage, or concerns about their age gap.

She notes, “For us, we make our [dances] more about fun and hip-hop and all that stuff. We’re not doing anything slow — rumbas, passionate tangos or anything.”

And she has fond memories of her “Dancing” experience, even though she and Chmerkovskiy came in second.

“At the end of the day, it wasn’t about getting a trophy,” says Zendaya. “It was about learning something and really doing well and succeeding that way — doing things I never thought I could do, really.”

But don’t expect to see the pair team up again on “Dancing with the Stars.”

While Chmerkovskiy told Gossip Cop he’d only want to partner with Zendaya if there’s another All-Star edition, in which past competitors come back for a second chance at winning the Mirror Ball, she is emphatically against it.

“I would never put myself through that again,” she reveals. “I don’t know how [the pros] do it twice a year. They are absolutely insane.”

Zendaya recalls, “It’s a very stressful process, and I don’t think people really understand that. Especially for me during that time, I [was] going to school and living life at 16. It was not easy.”

“I learned a lot but it was definitely a one-time thing,” she tells us.

Zendaya, who also released her debut solo album last year, will next turn her attention to her new Disney show, “K.C. Undercover,” slated to premiere in 2015.

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Jul, 12 Posted by Sara

FOX confirmed Friday that Jason DeRulo, who is enjoying his most successful year since first emerging as a pop star in 2009, will perform at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards.

DeRulo will perform a medley of singles “Talk Dirty” and “Wiggle” at the ceremony, which broadcasts live from the UCLA Pauley Pavilion on August 10. Both songs reached the Top 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart this year.

In addition to revealing DeRulo as a musical performer, FOX also identified the first wave of stars scheduled to make appearances at the 2014 iteration of Teen Choice.

Jake T. Austin, Big Show, Jamie Blackley, Kellan Lutz, Chloë Grace Moretz, Cody Simpson, Hailee Steinfeld, Gregg Sulkin, Bella Thorne and Zendaya represent that first wave.

FOX will announce additional names in the coming weeks.



Jul, 10 Posted by Sara

Congrats to all the cast and crew!

The Friday, June 27 (8:00 p.m.) premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie “Zapped,” starring Disney Channel and Disney XD favorites Zendaya and Spencer Boldman, delivered 5.7 million Total Viewers, ranking as the #1 cable TV telecast of 2014 to-date among Kids 2-11 (2.9 million/7.3 rating), Kids 6-11 (2.3 million/9.6 rating) and Tweens 9-14 (2.1 million/8.7 rating).  The movie also delivered nearly 1.3 million Adults 18-49.

The highly-anticipated premiere of the comedy series “Girl Meets World” (9:45 p.m.) delivered 5.2 million Total Viewers and ranked as the #1 series launch of 2014 among major youth demographics:  Kids 2-11 (2.3 million/5.7 rating), Kids 6-11 (1.8 million/7.7 rating) and Tweens 9-14 (1.7 million/6.9 rating).

The movie and series also set viewing records after being made available on the popular WATCH Disney Channel app and iTunes on Monday, June 23.  “Girl Meets World” is pacing to be the most viewed series ever in the WATCH Disney Channel app. On iTunes, it is the most downloaded Disney Channel series preview to-date.

“Zapped” is primed to join the Tween viewing record books as well.  Disney Channel has presented five of the top six movies in cable TV history and the #1 TV movie telecast among Tweens for 12 consecutive years (2002-13).

Multi-talented recording artist/actress Zendaya (“Dancing with the Stars,” “Shake It Up“) stars in Disney Channel’s upcoming comedy “KC Undercover.”  Spencer Boldman stars in Disney XD’s “Lab Rats.”  “Zapped” was directed by Peter DeLuise and executive-produced by Jane Goldenring, Carol Baum, Michael Prupas and Harvey Khan. The producer is Lisa Towers. Based on the popular book Boys Are Dogs by Leslie Margolis, the screenplay was written by Rachelle Skoretz, Matt Eddy and Billy Eddy.  Aakomon “AJ” Jones is the choreographer.

Disney Channel is a 24-hour kid-driven, family inclusive television network that taps into the world of kids and families through original series and movies. Currently available on basic cable and satellite in nearly 99 million U.S. homes and to millions of other viewers on Disney Channels around the world, Disney Channel is part of the Disney/ABC Television Group.

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May, 25 Posted by Sara

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (MS) – Disney star and recording artist, Zendaya, will perform at Magic Springs Water and Theme Park on Saturday, May 31. The show begins at 8 p.m. at the Timberwood Amphitheater.

Her debut album, “Zendaya” and the lead single “Replay” reached the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 18 in New Zealand. “Replay” has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Zendaya starred in the Disney series, “Shake it Up” and the movie “Frenemies.” She has charted hits including “Watch Me,” a duet with her co-star Bella Thorne that charted on Billboard’s Hot 100.

For full details on tickets, pricing, and show time, please go to the My Town website:http://on.kthv.com/1oaQKXD

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May, 15 Posted by Sara

I’ve added some images and screen captures of Zendaya’s visit to Ryan Seacret’s radio studio this month. You can view those by clicking the thumbnail sets below.

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Zendaya took some time off from her tour to stop by The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia with her two friends and dancers Deja and Dominique. The studio was packed with fans of all ages who listened closely as Zendaya talked about life on tour, her time on “Dancing with The Stars”, and her new Disney Channel Original Movie “Zapped.”

Zendaya started out the interview by reminiscing on her performance at the Radio Disney Music Awards a few weeks ago. She shared the process behind choreographing the dance, which she said was inspired by Michael Jackson and choreographed by her dancer Dominique.

Zendaya told fans that she learned a lot of dance moves from her time on “Dancing with The Stars.” She said that her favorite dances were the Latin inspired numbers, and that the Waltz was the most difficult because it was so technical. Zendaya even admitted that despite her dance background, the performances were still challenging to her saying “I was never 100 percent until the night of the performance.”

At one point in the interview, Zendaya gave fans a sneak peak of her choreography from her tour when she gave an in-studio performance of her hit single “Replay” with her two dancers.

She didn’t just talk about music, though. Zendaya also talked about her upcoming movie “Zapped” that will premiere on June 27on The Disney Channel. The movie is about a girl named Zoey, played by Zendaya, who comes into possession of a smart phone app that can control boys.

Zendaya gave some inspirational words of advice as well when she shared how she overcame her shyness. “I just stopped caring what other people thought and did what I loved,” she said.

Before the end of the interview, Zendaya made sure to give everyone at Seacrest Studios an update on an upcoming project that she’s working on for Disney Channel. The pilot, that has yet to be picked up, is about a teenage girl, played by Zendaya, who lives a double life as an undercover spy. She also added that she hopes to get back into the studio soon, as she already has some ideas for a new album.

Everyone had a blast hanging out with Zendaya, both during his interview and afterwards when she signed autographs and took pictures with fans. Thanks for a great time Zendaya and we hope you come and visit again!



May, 11 Posted by shelby

Zendaya graces the June/July Issue Cover of GL Magazine. In the Mag Z dishes on her new movie ‘Zapped’ new show ‘K.C. Undercover’, and more make sure to check it out below, and check out images over in the gallery plus more K.C Undercover Episode Stills!

On her number one guy — her father, Kazembe: “He’s taught me to fight for what I believe in. It’s easy to give into things based on peer pressure or because we don’t have the confidence to stick up for ourselves, but it’s important you don’t let anybody tell you what you’re worth.”

On Zapped: “This movie is more about real issues, which is cool. [Zoey’s] mom remarries and she’s gotta move in with boys she doesn’t get along with and adjust to a new environment. Everyone in the world has to go through changes and deal with weird situations. We had to shoot some scenes outside of a school, and there were bees everywhere. They’d be swarming all over the craft service table. [People] freaked out. It was funny. I mean, who’s not scared of bees? But I’ve been around them so much now, I’m cool with them.”

On her new Disney show: “It’s like The Cosby Show meets That’s So Raven meets Kim Possible. Her parents are spies and need her help, so she’s recruited. She has to balance being a regular girl and disappointing her friends ’cause she can’t tell them.”





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