• Zendaya spills the tea on love and fame
  • She talks about her relationship with Tom Holland
  • The young star opens up about handling fame

Zendaya, the effervescent talent whose star has been on a meteoric rise, recently graced the cover of British 'Vogue,' and oh boy, did she have some juicy details to share! The actress, set to dazzle us in the much-anticipated film 'Challengers', talked about her relationship with 'Spiderman' star Tom Holland.

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"We were both very, very young, but my career was already kind of going, and his changed overnight." Zendaya said. "I definitely watched his life kind of change in front of him. But he handled it really beautifully," she added.

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The duo, who met on the set of 'Spiderman: Homecoming' in 2017, have been notoriously private about their romance, making Zendaya's insights all the more thrilling!

Fame: A double-edged sword

Zendaya didn't hold back on her feelings about fame either. From feeling like an "art piece" to learning the power of saying "no," she navigates her celebrity with grace and wisdom beyond her years. But it's not all glitz and glamour; the thought of raising a family under the relentless gaze of the public eye is something she contemplates with a mix of apprehension and maturity.

"Because I don't necessarily want my kids to have to deal with this [fame]''... and what does my future look like? Am I going to be a public-facing person forever?" she said.

As if her revelations about love and fame weren't enough to keep us hooked, Zendaya also delved into her role in 'Challengers'. Playing "Tashi Duncan," a tennis prodigy turned coach, she finds herself in a tantalizing love triangle that promises to set screens ablaze. Directed by the acclaimed Luca Guadagnino, the film is a departure from Zendaya's previous roles, showcasing her versatility and daring as an actress.

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Zendaya's commitment to authenticity shines through as she discusses the importance of having an intimacy coordinator on set, ensuring a safe environment for the film's "intense" erotic scenes. Off-camera, bonding with co-stars Josh O'Connor and Mike Faist was key, with tennis matches and hangouts helping to forge genuine connections that translated onscreen.

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