With the 2021 Met Gala just days away, Zendaya announced that she will be sitting out this year's festivities.
The upcoming "Spider-Man: No Way Home" star has gained a reputation for being one of the best-dressed attendees at the Met, rocking looks such as a Joan of Arc-inspired Versace dress from 2018 and a Tommy Hilfiger illuminated Cinderella gown in 2019.
This year, however, she will be a no-show.
Speaking to "Extra" from the Venice Film Festival, the 25-year-old fashion icon and actress said, "I will unfortunately not be able to attend [the Met Gala] because I'll be working for Euphoria. I got my time off to come here and do this Venice experience, which has been really, really special."
Noting that her "fans are going to be very upset with me" because she will not be going, Zendaya added, "I wish I could, especially since this fashion icon [Timothée Chalamet] is going to be hosting."
When reflecting on her headline-making Cinderella gown, the "Space Jam 2" star quipped, "That one almost took me out, let me tell you."
Chalamet will be serving as co-chair of Monday night's Met Gala, along with tennis star Naomi Osaka, singer Billie Eilish and inaugural poet Amanda Gorman.
This year's theme will highlight an exhibition of the same name, "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion," which opens Sept. 18 at the Anna Wintour Costume Center, and explores "a modern vocabulary of American fashion."
The 2021 event will also commemorate the Costume Institute's 75th anniversary.