Zendaya, Tom Holland and Euphoria star Hunter Schafer spotted at Rangers game


The ‘Euphoria’ star Zendaya was seen enjoying popcorn with boyfriend Tom Holland during the New York Rangers game at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night.

The 25-year-old ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ co-stars made a public appearance at the game alongside fellow ‘Euphoria’ star Hunter Schafer and Holland’s brother Sam.

Zendaya, wearing a black face mask and goggles, donned a chunky beige sweater. The Holland brothers and Schafer all wore classic Rangers home shirts, with Schafer sporting a black coat over his own.

The pair were pictured holding hands in Manhattan on Wednesday night as they made their way to a screening of the latest Dutch film ‘Uncharted’.

The couple, who keep their relationship notoriously private, toured New York this week – less than a month after Zendaya flew to the UK to spend time with Holland in London.

Rumors that the two Hollywood heartthrobs are dating began circulating in 2017. However, the relationship was not confirmed until Page Six posted exclusive photos of them kissing in a car in Los Angeles.

The pair were also joined by cast member Hunter Schafer
The pair were also joined by Euphoria cast member Hunter Schafer (left).
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The couple toured New York after spending time in London.
The couple toured New York after spending time in London.
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The final two episodes of the second season of HBO’s wildly popular and controversial “Euphoria” are set to air February 20-27.

Zendaya responded to criticism from national anti-drug organization DARE, which accused the high school drama of normalizing and even glorifying drug use.

“Our show is in no way a moral tale to teach people how to live their lives or what they should do. If anything, the sentiment behind ‘Euphoria,’ or whatever we’ve always tried to to do with, is to hopefully help people feel a little less alone in their experience and their pain,” the ‘Malcolm and Marie’ star said. Weekly Entertainment.

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