Yet another Zendaya Post ;D

Zendaya is hip hop chic in black crop top with baggy shorts as she rocks out onstage... as she gears up to play Aaliyah

She’s a rising star quickly making a name for herself.
And Zendaya proved she's got the passion as she sang her heart out at the Hollister House in Santa Monica on Wednesday.
The 17-year-old actress and singer appeared hip hop chic in a black crop top teamed with baggy white shorts and white sneakers.

The Shake It Up! star wore her brown hair swept back in a sleek ponytail and accessorized with a gold cuff bracelet, a silver chain bracelet, a large watch, and a silver chain necklace.
She sang before a crowd of onlookers gathered in and around a large pool.
Meanwhile, Zendaya is making headlines as she has been cast as Aaliyah in a Lifetime made-for-TV movie, Aaliyah: Princess Of R&B, about the late singer's life and death.

The project is based off the bestselling book Aaliyah: More Than A Woman, which chronicled her life from her debut on Star Search to her successful music and acting career and untimely death in an August 2001 plane crash in the Bahamas.
In addition to immersing herself in the role of the Try Again hitmaker, Zendaya is set to record four of Aaliyah's songs for the film.
The young star took to Twitter to express her gratitude for being cast in the film through a series of posts to her 4.52 million followers.

The former Dancing With The Stars contestant began: 'She's been an inspiration and influence in my whole career, her talent still shines brighter then ever, all I wanna do is honor her.
'Show how much she accomplished in only 22 years....she's beautiful inside and there will never be another Aaliyah, I just hope to share her beautiful story, and make her proud up in heaven #babygirl #forever #OneInAMillion.'
Meanwhile, Aaliyah's family members are furious about the project, with her uncle and former manager, Benny Hankerson, telling TMZ that he will do everything he can to stop it

Mr Hankerson told the website that the family have not been contacted about the movie, will not allow Aaliyah's music to be used and have hired a lawyer to stop the biopic being made.
While the singer's family don't want the Lifetime movie made, they would be happy with a big screen biopic as they feel it is fitting for a star of her stature, according to TMZ.



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