• Zendaya said boyfriend Tom Holland "supported" her throughout the filming of "Euphoria" Season 2
  • She revealed that they've "talked about" the possibility of him making a cameo appearance on the show
  • Holland previously said he's been campaigning to cameo on the series "for a long time" and visited the set "at least 30 times"

Zendaya is sharing her thoughts on her boyfriend Tom Holland's desire to make a cameo appearance on HBO's "Euphoria."

Ahead of the premiere of the second season of her teen drama — in which Zendaya plays Rue, a high school student struggling to stay clean after getting out of rehab for drug addiction — the 25-year-old actress revealed what she thinks about Holland's campaign to appear on her show during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

"He supported me through the whole season," Zendaya told ET of her boyfriend.

She admitted that they have "talked about" the possibility of a cameo, before teasing, "You know, we joke about sneaking him into the background and seeing if someone can spot him."

However, fans expecting to see the "Spider-Man: No Way Home" lead star in a secret appearance in "Euphoria" Season 2 will only be disappointed because it's not happening. However, it remains a possibility, especially if the series gets picked up for another season, the outlet noted.

Holland previously spoke about his wish to appear on "Euphoria" during an IMDb fan question interview last month.

"Listen, I have been petitioning for this for a long time, and it has not happened yet and I'm very disappointed," he said, adding that he visited the show's set "at least 30 times this season."

Zendaya was supportive of her beau. "I know we should have tried to… Easter egg. Get you in there," she said. "I know! Let me talk to some people. HBO! Let’s get them on the phone."

Zendaya's performance in Season 1 earned her the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 2020. She made history after becoming the youngest ever best actress in a drama series winner.

"I know this feels like a really weird time to be celebrating," Zendaya said in her acceptance speech. "But I just want to say there is hope in the young people out there - I know that our TV show doesn't always feel like a great example of that - but there is hope in our young people and I just want to say to all my peers out there doing the work in the streets, 'I see you, I admire you, I thank you.'"

As for what fans can expect from the show, "Euphoria" Season 2 will be "darker" than the first installment and will take fans on an emotional and satisfying journey, Sydney Sweeney teased last year.

Zendaya, meanwhile, said she hopes that viewers will love it and that she's "proud" of the work they have done and how far their characters have come.

"Euphoria" Season 2 premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. EST/PT on HBO and HBO Max.

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Pictured: Zendaya and Holland attend “Spider-Man: Homecoming” photocall at the Villamagna Hotel on June 14, 2017 in Madrid, Spain. Getty Images/Carlos Alvarez