Fans Are Outraged Over Zendaya’s Golden Globes Snub!

The Twitterverse is demanding justice for Zendaya after the actress failed to score a single Golden Globe nomination.

On Wednesday morning, the nominations for the 78th Golden Globe Awards were announced, honoring outstanding achievements in film and television.

However, the 24-year-old — who earned critical acclaim for her role in the Netflix film “Malcolm & Marie” — was not recognized.

After the news broke, fans immediately expressed their outrage on social media!

“zendaya didn’t get nominated at the golden globes I feel sick,” one Twitter user wrote.


“zendaya you will always be MY lead actress motion picture drama even if the golden globes don’t agree,” another added.

Despite her snub, Zendaya made history last year at the Emmys when she became the youngest person to win Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role in HBO’s “Euphoria” — beating out Jennifer Aniston (“The Morning Show”), Laura Linney (“Ozark”), Olivia Colman (“The Crown”), Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”), and Jodie Comer (“Killing Eve”).

In her acceptance speech, Zendaya was visibly surprised and emotional over her win.

“I’m really, really nervous. OK. Oh, gosh,” she began. “I just want to say thank you to the TV Academy, to all the other incredible women in this category, I admire you all so much. This is pretty crazy — I don’t really cry, whew!”

Hours after taking home the prize, Zendaya wrote a touching note on Instagram Story expressing her gratitude.

“Still on cloud nine,” she wrote on IG Story. “So grateful, still speechless, to all my friends and family who have texted/tweeted/called etc. I promise I will get back to you tomorrow when I’ve wrapped my head around this amazing night, until then… gonna go to sleep and make sure this isn’t a dream.”


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