During the second weekend of Coachella (April 22), Labrinth surprised the audience and brought out his Euphoria collaborator, Zendaya. It marked her first live performance in over seven years.
With the British musician, she did two Euphoria-related songs: the Emmy-nominated “I’m Tired” and “All For Us,” which closed out the first season’s finale. The Emmy Award-winning actress and fashion icon was costumed in a very Euphoria-esque outfit. She paid tribute to the show's Y2K aesthetic in a blush pink minidress layered over a ribbed white tank top, with black lace thigh-high boots and oversized silver hoops.
Labrinth’s Coachella set also featured a surprise appearance from Sia and dancer Maddie Ziegler. For his weekend one set, he brought out Billie Eilish. They performed their collaboration "Never Felt So Alone," which also had an early premiere on Euphoria.
Zendaya's last live gig happened in Los Angeles back in 2015, after touring on and off for three years prior. The former Disney actress released her self-titled debut a decade ago. On leaving the music industry, she revealed on social media in March 2022, “I stepped away from music quite a while ago, for a number of reasons, but I still really love it.”
I stepped away from music quite a while ago, for a number of reasons, but I still really love it, so 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..thanks<3— Zendaya (@Zendaya) March 4, 2022
After the performance, Zendaya wrote to the audience via her Instagram Stories, "I cannot express my gratitude enough for this magical night Thank you to my brother @labrinth for inviting me and giving me the most beautiful safe space to be on a stage again. And to the crowd tonight...wow my heart is so full, I can't thank you enough for the love I received tonight, made all my nerves melt away. I'm so grateful."
As for other Labrinth and Zendaya music news, the former artist is set to release his next album, Ends & Begins, on April 28. Meanwhile, Zendaya is set to play Ronettes frontwoman Ronnie Spector in a biopic based on Spector's memoir Be My Baby. The singer recently passed away in January of 2022.
Watch Labrinth and Zendaya perform at Coachella 2023 below.
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Article Image: Labrinth sings into a microphone during a performance in 2012, Zendaya at the 2021 premiere of "Spider-Man: No Way Home." (Sean Reynolds [CC BY 2.0] via Wikimedia Commons, imagepressagency via DepositPhotos.)