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Zendaya Looks Like Royalty in 2 Pretty Pink Gowns at the SAG Awards

Zendaya Looks Like Royalty in 2 Pretty Pink Gowns at the SAG Awards

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Zendaya has arrived at the 29th annual Screen Actor Guild Awards—and her red-carpet look does not disappoint.

The actress stepped onto the carpet wearing a strapless pale pink Valentino gown with a corseted bodice. Life-sized rosettes in a matching pink hue decorated the gown from the waist to the dramatic train.

Zendaya topped off the show-stopping dress with colorful Bulgari jewelry, wearing a diamond choker necklace with green, orange, and purple gems, as well as a diamond cuff bracelet.

Later in the night, while presenting an award alongside Paul Mescal, Zendaya changed into another strapless gown. The color block number included a sequined black bustier, as well as pale pink and baby blue diagonal sections. She also changed her jewelry, opting for another Bulgari diamond choker with an oval aquamarine center.

Tonight, Zendaya is nominated for Best Female Actor in a Drama Series for her starring role as Rue in HBO’s Euphoria. This marks her first-ever SAG nomination. She will additionally be one of the presenters at tonight’s ceremony.

“The reason I’m an actor is I’m quite empathetic person and what I often do, I take on a lot of other people’s pain and a lot of other people’s stress and fears and anxieties, as well as my own, and I think [that scene] just allowed me to just kind of release all of that. And I’m very grateful that I’m in a space where I feel comfortable and safe, and with actors and actresses that I’m obviously very close with,” Zendaya said of working on Euphoria in an interview with Entertainment Weekly last year. “After every take, we’re hugging each other, we’re talking through it, we’re embracing, checking in, because obviously it’s like a war zone.”

Of her character, she added, “My biggest hope is that people are able to connect to it and those who need to heal and grow with Rue hopefully, by the end of this season, feel that hope and feel that change in her.”