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Zendaya launching her own mobile app

Published 07/10/2016

Zendaya launching her own mobile app
Zendaya launching her own mobile app

The youngster has not announced a release date for the project.

Singer/actress Zendaya is launching a mobile app to give fans a behind-the-scenes look into her life.

The star announced her new venture on her YouTube channel and revealed it would be available in the near future.

"Coming Soon," she wrote. "An exclusive pass into my life including livestream, radio, Daya by Zendaya shopping, and premium videos and content."

In a promotional video for the app, Zendaya shares footage from her daily life, including fashion shoots, time with her friends, backstage at a concert, working on her shoe line, and hanging out at her house.

Zendaya has been keeping busy and recently announced she is expanding her Daya by Zendaya shoe line to include clothing with the help of her stylist Law Roach, who acts as co-creative director of the company.

The 20-year-old teased fans about her fashion project in September (16), when she took to Instagram and shared a photo of herself posing with Project Runway judges Zac Posen, Heidi Klum and Nina Garcia, who she recently joined as a guest panellist for the upcoming season 15 finale of the U.S. reality show.

"With these fabulous people...guest judging on @projectrunway," she wrote in the caption, slyly adding, "(side note: I'm in Daya by Zendaya head to toe)."

Fans jumped on her "head to toe" comment and quizzed her about a potential clothing line on Twitter, to which she replied, "Yes...they are on their way".

Zendaya is also active with many social causes and issues and recently appeared in a #VoteYourFuture campaign video alongside Anne Hathaway, Robert De Niro, Julia Roberts, Leonardo DiCaprio, and others urging millennials to get out and vote in the upcoming U.S. election.

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