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The Angels.- American actress Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman, better known in show business as Zendaya, who played the role of Rue Bennett from “Euphoria”will receive a millionaire figure for his return to the series.
Zendaya is one of the most successful actresses in Hollywood, in her short career she has won at least 11 awards, including a Golden Globe that she won for best actress in a television series, as well as two Primetime Emmys and a Satellite.
HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ series has been criticized by an adult audience, however, it has been very successful and received by its young audience, who show fanaticism and interest in the series, so the creators are already negotiating the return of Zendaya due to the strong impact it has on social networks.
According to information collected by RadarOnline, a source close to the production and to Zandaya, revealed that they have already agreed to a contract with the actress, in which it was established that will receive one million dollars per episode.
Therefore, with said contract, Zendaya would end up earning a total of 8 million dollarsif the third season of ‘Euphoria’ has 8 chapters, as it has been in the previous seasons.
Zendaya wins her first Golden Globe for ‘Euphoria’
American actress and singer Zendaya won her first Golden Globe on January 9 for her role as the lead in the second season of the HBO series “Euphoria.”
It should be remembered that the 26-year-old artist already has two Emmy Awards in her possession for her role in this series in which she plays Ruby “Rue” Bennett, a high school student with a serious drug addiction.
Zendaya did not attend to receive the award for best actress in a dramatic series at the 80th ceremony of these awards organized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).
The actress, also known for being part of the cast of the latest “Spider-Man” and “Dune” trilogy, has aroused the admiration of the public and critics with “Euphoria”, a true youth phenomenon that is one of the series more views of the platform.