EXCLUSIVE: Zendaya Says 'KC Undercover' Is Probably Ending: 'There's a Lot of Other Things I Want to Do'
By Alex Ungerman
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Zendaya thinks it's time to move on.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming star talked to ET's Denny Directo at Variety's Power of Young Hollywood event, sponsored by H&M, on Tuesday night, where she revealed that at the conclusion of its third season, she's pretty sure her Emmy-nominated Disney Channel original series, K.C. Undercover, will come to an end.
ET also chatted with Zendaya's co-star, Veronica Dunne, who agreed that the show has run its course.
"We had such a great run and everyone’s growing up," Zendaya's co-star, Veronica Dunne, shared. "I can’t answer that for sure, but if it was [ending], I think it’d just be a great way to end this season, and end this show, because it’s come to a great end and a beautiful family has grown up. So, I’m happy about it either way."
Meanwhile, Zendaya also took some time during our discussion to dish on her 21st birthday plans, and to shut down those peskily persistent dating rumors about herself and Spider-Man co-star Tom Holland!