George Christy Talks About Zendaya, HBO, Euphoria, Vogue and more!
Zendaya follows the ranks of Vogue cover girls who’ve had more than one Vogue cover. And there are many, including Nicole Kidman, Lady Gaga, Emma Stone, and more.
Acting and singing since she was three, this is a generous step from Vogue to reward Zendaya for her beauty and talent, and her current controversial HBO series Euphoria.
Born to an African American dad and German and Scottish mom in Oakland, CA., Zendaya chose to face her success the hard way. To be evaluated on her talent. She lately starred in the money-making Spider-Man: Far From Home, and now appears in the HBO series, Euphoria, that premiered this month.
Euphoria doesn’t hold back on the mind-blowing, carryings-on’s in our high schools today.
Protective of her fans and followers, Zendaya cautions that Euphoria is a departure from her previous shows. Her new series is disturbingly explicit and explicit in its graphic content.
“Just a reminder that, Euphoria is for mature audiences.”
“A raw and honest portrayal of addiction, anxiety and the difficulties of navigating life today. Violent scenes that are graphic, hard to watch and can be triggering. Please only watch if you feel you can handle it. Do what’s best for you.”
In truth, the new series likely will offend viewers, and doubtlessly interest our curious voyeurs.