Zendaya Surprises Labrinth's Coachella Audience 

"I'm Tired" and "All for Us" were Labrinth's last two songs at the event. Zendaya dominates Coachella!

On Saturday, the 26-year-old actress and artist joined Labrinth at the Indio music festival.

"I'm Tired" and "All for Us," written for her HBO series Euphoria, were Zendaya's first public performances in nearly seven years.

Zendaya wore a pink dress with a corset bodice, a white tank top, silver hoop earrings, a ring, and thigh-high black boots.

During Labrinth's concert, Sia performed their LSD (Labrinth-Sia-Diplo) song "Thunderclouds." Billie Eilish performed with him last weekend.

Zendaya stated on Instagram Story that she "cannot express my gratitude enough for this magical night" after her Coachella performance.

"Thank you to my brother @labrinth for inviting me and giving me the most beautiful safe space to be on stage again," she said. 

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"Tonight's audience... Wow. I'm full of gratitude for your affection tonight, which calmed my anxiety. I'm grateful."

The Spider-Man: No Way Home actress posted another video thanking fans and Labrinth hours later.

"I just wanted to say thank you again for such a magical, beautiful night," Zendaya added. "Thanks to Lab for welcoming me so late. … After turning the corner, I could only hear you people yelling.

 'You know what?' I don't know what occurred or how I sounded. I'll have fun. It was amazing and everyone sang along.

Last March, Zendaya, who has focused on acting, tweeted about why she quit music after "I'm Tired."

"I stepped away from music quite a while ago, for a number of reasons, but I still really love it," she tweeted.

"The kindness and support I've received the past few days just for a little tiny toe dip back into some music means the absolute world to me."

"I was talking to Sam [Levinson, Euphoria creator] about it earlier," Zendaya said Andrew Garfield in a June 2022 Variety interview. "I don't think I could be a pop star."

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