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Zendaya isn’t afraid to change her ways to adapt to the post-covid world. Indeed, the actress is ready to make sacrifices in order to keep everyone “healthy and safe”.

She told ELLE US magazine: “I love traveling, but I’m not very comfortable with the idea of ​​traveling everywhere right now, but I can’t wait to get back to it. visiting lots of different places. I think that’s one of the wonderful parts of our job. I try to do as many museums and visits as possible. But you know what? This can all wait. “

And the star is aware that the world won’t be “back to normal” for a long time.

“We’re probably going to have to get used to a new normal to keep everyone safe and healthy, and I totally agree,” she continued.

Zendaya also finds comfort in the younger generations, especially her nieces.

She added: “They know so much about everything, we talk about the world, they know what’s going on and want to be part of the change.”

Containment or not, the star has broken records this year by becoming the youngest person to win the Emmy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the ‘Euphoria’ series.

Hearing the good news, Zendaya naturally jumped for joy in the company of her loved ones and was able to share a few words of thanks despite the emotion.

“I just want to thank the academy,” she said from her living room, “And to all the women in this category, I admire you so much. It’s really crazy, I’m not the type to cry. Thank you to HBO and A24 for your support, thank you to my family and team behind me today, thank you to the amazing team at ‘Euphoria’, I am so lucky to be able to work with you every day and I am inspired by everything you do. And to Sam Levinson (the creator of the series, editor’s note), I adore you so much, you are part of my family. I am so grateful that you trusted me with the character of Rue, I hope to continue to make you proud. “

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