Today, Zendaya Coleman turned 21! I honestly didn’t realize she wasn’t yet legal before.
Zendaya is one of my fave multiracial celebrities. I love her eclectic sense of style. It matches her personality so well.
Speaking of style in this piece of fan art by Alina that I found in a collection on Tumblr, Zendaya wears a white blazer with a black lapel, a chambray top and some gold bling. So classy.
I also adore that shade of pink lipstick on her!
If you haven’t already seen Zendaya in Spiderman: Homecoming, this is the perfect opportunity to do so over the Labor Day holiday weekend!
LIGHTS released a new song today called “Giants,” and now I’m excited about her upcoming album Skin&Earth.
I didn’t even know she was putting out a new album, much less that she had dyed her hair red! Where have I been?!
Anyway, let’s celebrate the release of “Giants” with this awesome fan art I found of LIGHTS by @kellymusler over in Instagram. Her hair looks super fiery in the color pencil sketch, which I absolutely love!
See more of Kelly Musler’s fan art here and be sure to check out “Giants”.
Thursday was World Ballet Day, and I couldn’t help but reminisce on Sutton Foster’s role as Vegas show-girl turned ballet teacher Michelle Simms in the ABC Family television show Bunheads. She taught her mother-in-law Madame Fanny’s ballet school alums on the series, and even though it’s been over a year since the show got cancelled I still miss her character.
If I were ever subjected to learning ballet I’d beg Michelle to teach me. Her jokes and sarcasm would make the experience worth while.
Therefore, in honor of yesterday’s World Ballet Day, I present to you this fine color-pencil drawing of Sutton Foster from Deviant Art. I just love how the earrings bring out her soft features, even more so than a real photograph of her at the Tony Awards in 2011. The eyelashes are very well drawn too!
View the original here.