Inside Zendaya's Relationship History

Zendaya has come a long way since her Disney Channel days. The actor rose to fame on the Disney series "Shake It Up," alongside Bella Thorne, and then starred in "K.C. Undercover" before leaving the network in 2018. Since 2017, Zendaya has starred in numerous films, including "The Greatest Showman," "Small Foot," and the new "Spider-Man" trilogy, per IMDb. But her most noteworthy role has been Rue from HBO's "Euphoria," which she has starred in since 2019 and won a Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actress in a Drama series in 2020. 

As of 2021, Zendaya has four unreleased projects in the works, including the highly anticipated "Space Jam: A New Legacy," starring LeBron James, so it looks like her reign in Hollywood isn't about to stop anytime soon.

While Zendaya has been making waves with her acting career, she has been known to keep her personal life private. However, she has been linked to a few famous men over the years. Keep reading to find out who she's dated.

Trevor Jackson was rumored to be Zendaya's first love

In 2013, Zendaya co-starred in Trevor Jackson's music video for "Like We Grown" and played his love interest. Many fans speculated that they were more than friends, but Zendaya denied that they were romantically involved. 

"There's going to be those [rumors]," the "Replay" singer told HipHollywood at Jackson's 18th birthday celebration in 2014. "But he's my best friend in the whole world. I love him to death . . . That's all it is." Jackson backed her up, saying Zendaya is "just my friend."

Zendaya later opened up about a mystery boyfriend for four years in an interview with Vogue back in 2017. She referred to the ex as her "first love," and said that the breakup "wasn't a good ending." While she didn't name her ex, some fans were convinced that it was Jackson based on the timeline of their friendship.

Zendaya has been linked to her co-stars

In 2016, Zendaya was linked to NFL player Odell Beckham Jr. after they were spotted at a party together, per Heavy. Zendaya's dad, Kazembe Coleman, denied that there was anything romantic between his daughter and the wide receiver, telling TMZ at the time, "There's no relationship."

The same year, Zendaya met actor Tom Holland on the set of "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and sparked relationship speculation the following year after spending months with each other on promotional tours. "We are friends," Zendaya told Variety in 2017, denying she and Holland were an item. "He's a great dude. He's literally one of my best friends. This past how[ever] many months, we've had to do press tours together. There's very few people that will understand what that's like at 20 years old."

Zendaya was then linked to "Euphoria" co-star Jacob Elordi in August 2019, after she was spotted vacationing with him in Greece and spent time in his homeland of Australia. Per Us Weekly, the two were last seen together in March 2020. And in July 2021, Zendaya reignited relationship speculation when she was spotted kissing Holland in Los Angeles. They have yet to confirm their reported romance, but you know what they say... a picture tells a thousand words.