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Zendaya Coleman Sizzles With Sexy New ‘Do

Zendaya Coleman not only sizzles with her new ‘do, she appears even more polished and mature. Sporting a bob with uniform layers that didn’t quite meet her chin, Zendaya wowed fans at the ...
Zendaya Coleman Sizzles With Sexy New ‘Do
Written by Kimberly Ripley
  • Zendaya Coleman not only sizzles with her new ‘do, she appears even more polished and mature. Sporting a bob with uniform layers that didn’t quite meet her chin, Zendaya wowed fans at the Princess Grace Awards Gala in Beverly Hills last Monday.

    The new ‘do served to accentuate her romantic Vivienne Westwood gown by channeling a sultry persona to top the princess style. The bangs that barely met her brows packed a punch, leading eyes upward to the stunning features the bob frames.

    Alas, Hollywood Life reports that Zendaya Coleman’s new bob is just a wig. In fact, they believe she wore the same one to the 2014 Teen Choice Awards back in August. Nonetheless, the style is stunning on the Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day star–and she should perhaps consider making it her permanent, natural style.

    In other news for Zendaya Coleman, she was spotted walking the red carpet for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day on October 6th. She wore her locks in a top knot that day–and was escorted on the red carpet by none other than her dad.

    Zendaya and actress Bella Thorne–her former Shake It Up costar–are reuniting for an episode of new Disney Channel series called K.C. Undercover.

    The two even met up on the Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day red carpet.

    It definitely appears as though Zendaya Coleman has a lot going for her right now. And while that bob definitely added to her allure, it’s evident she doesn’t need it to perpetuate Hollywood success. She’s doing that quite nicely with her talent alone.

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