Zendaya reveals her second Vogue cover amidst her stylist Law Roach shading Lindsay Lohan for trash-talking.

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@Zendaya is one of the most politically vocal among a crop of “woke” young stars, posting to Instagram in support of Colin Kaepernick, urging her fans to take action when she picked up a Teen Choice Award the day after the deadly alt-right rally in Charlottesville, and—famously—clapping back at E! announcer Giuliana Rancic’s barbs about her dreadlocks at the 2015 Academy Awards. That was the first time many people outside the Disney demographic took note of her, thanks to the messages of support she got from the likes of Ava DuVernay, Kerry Washington, and Solange Knowles. The star opens up about taking risks, speaking out—and making your voice heard in the full cover story at the link in our bio. Photographed by @tylersphotos, styled by #CamillaNickerson, Vogue, June 2019

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The absolute beauty shared her second cover of Vogue on social after attending the 2019 Met Gala in a Cinderella-inspired LED gown that got everyone talking, including Lindsay Lohan, who had a lot to say about it.

Zendaya looked stunning, according to most, but Lohan threw some shade her direction when she said Claire Danes had done that look before and wore it much better.



“Clare Daine’s did that with @zacposen already!”, said the fiery redhead, as she added a laughing face to her post.

The electric Cinderella had nothing to say about Lindsay’s apparent diss but her stylist had some shade to throw towards Lohan’s direction when he was asked about it by Entertainment Tonight’s Katie Krause. 



During an interview about the intricate details that went into making the dress, Roach was asked what he thought about the Lohan’s comments about Zendaya, which he swiftly responded with, ‘I don’t know her’.

Zendaya is got it right, everyone needs a ‘Fairy Godbrutha’ who’s got their back!