Zendaya’s Emmy Win at Just 24 Helps Put Spotlight On Breast Cancer Awareness, Inspired By Her Grandma

Published Sep 21, 2020

Zendaya’s Emmy Win at Just 24 Helps Put Spotlight On Breast Cancer Awareness, Inspired By Her Grandma

Zendaya became the youngest-ever Emmy winner in her category at the 2020 Emmys. The actress has also been a breast cancer advocate for years, due to her grandmother's 2013 diagnosis.

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