Zendaya responds to Tom Holland's interest in appearing on Euphoria

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  • Zendaya
    Zendaya
    American actress, singer, dancer and model (1996–)
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Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Tom Holland and Zendaya confirmed last year that they were a couple in real-life, and now it seems like fans want to see them in as many things together as possible.

Holland fuelled that fire when he said recently that he'd be up for appearing in Zendaya's series Euphoria, which returned for its second season premiere last night (January 9).

Obviously, this season is already filmed, edited and sound mixed, so it's unlikely that Holland will be appearing in this run, but what about the future? Well, Zendaya told Entertainment Tonight that a cameo has definitely been discussed.

Photo credit: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/WireImage - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/WireImage - Getty Images

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"He supported me through the whole season," the actress said. "[We have] talked about it. You know, we joke about sneaking him into the background and seeing if someone can spot him."

Elsewhere, Zendaya stated that across season 2 you will see her character Rue really fall into a dark place when it comes to her drug addiction and personal relationships, but that there will also be a light at the end of the tunnel.

"This season, more specifically, she goes to the rock bottom," she said. "When we get midway through, that's when the rock bottom hits, and that's where it became extremely painful for all of us to watch. And to portray her going through it hurt me.

"I remember having a conversation midway through [season two] like, '[Rue] can't stay here'," she said. "We can't leave her [in this dark place].

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Photo credit: HBO

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"And I always felt that Rue would be okay because Rue is a version of Sam [Levinson, Euphoria's creator and writer] and Sam is who he is, and was able to take all that pain and turn it into this beautiful television show many years later."

Euphoria airs Sunday nights on HBO in the US, with Sky Atlantic and NOW showing it in the UK.

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