Does Zendaya Coleman have a boyfriend?
The former Disney star showed up to Republic Records private Grammy celebration as well as the Universal Music Group's 2016 Grammy Awards afterparty but did not just pose alone as she was joined by New York Giants' wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Zendaya, 19, and Odell, 23, got close on the carpets together as they smiled for photographers.
In September 2015, Odell was linked to Amber Rose. A source told E! News at the time that Amber Rose was "extremely into Beckham Jr." The source added, "She just hopes to get to know him more and explore what he is about. She loves how dedicated he is with football and also loves his sense of fashion! They both have a strong attraction towards one another so they hope it can develop into something more over the next few months and on."
While Zendaya has yet to speak about a relationship with Odell, she explained why she didn't have a boyfriend last year to Complex magazine in the December 2015/January 2016.
"You've got to realize my schedule is kind of nuts. I don't have time to go out and get to know somebody," she said. "If I didn't know you from the last three or four years of my life, it's probably too late."
Its never too late, Zendaya!
Before she showed up to the afterparties with Odell in a long, black dress with a high slit to show off her high gladiator-style sandals that wrapped around her legs, Zendaya wore a DSquared2 double-breasted tux to the 2016 Grammys. She rocked her mullet hair and kept her makeup more natural. In fact, COVERGIRL Zendaya did her own makeup!
"I've always been a fan of drugstore makeup and I swear these palettes work just as good as the expensive ones," she said in a statement about her look.
On the red carpet at the awards show, Zendaya also spoke about what's been up to.
"For the past two or three years since my first single came out I've been working on creating a new album," she told Ryan Seacrest. "Becoming a young woman and learning more about yourself and growing into your own, you learn about yourself and that's what you're able to talk about and your experiences and what you go through."