Zendaya was among the many notably absent celebrities who received awards at Tuesday’s Golden Globe Awards, however the actor later took to social media to ship her acceptance speech.
The “Euphoria” star, who received the prize for actress in a TV drama collection, didn’t say why she wasn’t on the Beverly Hilton — presenters Glen Powell and Jay Ellis merely stated she was busy working — however obtained her thank-yous in on-line later that night time.
Winners together with Cate Blanchett (“Tár”), Amanda Seyfried (“The Dropout”) and Kevin Costner (“Yellowstone”) had been additionally among the many no-shows, citing numerous causes for lacking the eightieth installment of the embattled and rebooted awards present.
“I’m so sorry I wasn’t able to be there tonight, but I just wanted to say thank you to @goldenglobes for this incredible honor,” Zendaya wrote on Instagram, sharing a picture of her “Euphoria” character’s extra manic episodes.
The 26-year-old performs recovering drug addict Rue Bennett in HBO’s gritty, high-school-set drama and was nominated alongside Emma D’Arcy (“House of the Dragon”), Laura Linney (“Ozark”), Imelda Staunton (“The Crown”) and Hilary Swank (“Alaska Daily”).
“To my fellow nominees, it is a privilege to be named beside you, I admire you all deeply,” she wrote, including, “Thank you to my Euphoria family, without you, none of this is possible.”
“Lastly, thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has allowed Rue into theirs. I think everyone knows how much she means to me, but the fact that she can mean something to someone else is a gift. I’m honestly at a loss for words as I type this, all I can say is thank you thank you thank you. Goodnight♥️,” she concluded.
In September, Zendaya set a file as the one Black lady to win two Emmy Awards in her class and, in 2020, she additionally made historical past because the youngest actor to win within the lead actress class.
On Wednesday, she was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for the primary time, additionally for her function in “Euphoria.” She was nominated for the peer-voted award alongside “The White Lotus” star Jennifer Coolidge and “Ozark” star Julia Garner, who each earned Golden Globes on Tuesday too, in addition to “The Crown’s” Elizabeth Debicki and “Ozark’s” Laura Linney.