Zendaya Supports Tom Holland at His Controversial 'Romeo and Juliet' Show Opening Night
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Arriving at London's Duke of York's Theatre in a sparkling Vivienne Westwood black gown, the 'Challengers' star is later seen holding hands with her boyfriend following his performance.

AceShowbiz - Zendaya Coleman and Tom Holland continue to show positive vibes in their relationship. Having dated for more than two years now, the actress has supported her boyfriend at the opening night of his "Romeo & Juliet" show.

The two-time Emmy winner arrived in style at the Duke of York's Theatre on Thursday night, May 23 in London, England. The actress channeled a Shakespearean heroine in a sparkling Vivienne Westwood black gown dusted with twinkling embellishments. She accessorized with layered statement necklaces and swept her hair back in a low bun.

Following the final bows, the "Euphoria" star and Tom were seen leaving together. The pair were walking hand in hand as they exited the theater. Opting for a simpler and more contemporary style, the 27-year-old actor matched his girlfriend's ensemble by sporting an all-black outfit. He was also seen waving to fans after the show before joining his girlfriend inside their awaiting car.

Zendaya and Tom Holland at 'Romeo and Juliet' Opening Night

Zendaya and Tom Holland left together after 'Romeo and Juliet' opening night.

Tom was also supported by other MCU actors at the opening night. Celebrity guests at the event included Tom Hiddleston, his fiancee and actress Zawe Ashton, "Spider-Man" stars Arian Moayed and Harrison Osterfield.

In "Romeo & Juliet", Tom stars alongside Francesca Amewudah-Rivers as the star-crossed lovers. The casting of Francesca as Juliet received strong opposition from racist critics, but more than 800 actors rallied in support of the actress, condemning the "deplorable racial abuse" she faced.

"Following the announcement of our 'Romeo & Juliet' cast, there has been a barrage of deplorable racial abuse online directed towards a member of our company. THIS MUST STOP," a statement made by "Romeo & Juliet" director Jamie Lloyd in April read. "We are working with a remarkable group of artists. We insist that they are free to create work without facing online harassment."

The statement continued, "We will continue to support and protect everyone in our company at all costs. Any abuse will not be tolerated and will be reported. Bullying and harassment have no place, in our industry or in our wider communities."

Zendaya's appearance at the opening night of Tom's show follows his public support for her recent works. Earlier this year, the British heartthrob attended events for her movies "Dune: Part Two" and "Challengers", though he mostly skipped the red carpet sessions.

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