Watch Tom Holland Fangirl Over Zendaya
| LAST UPDATE 12/15/2021
Take notes, ladies, because Tom Holland has just raised the boyfriend bar, and we refuse to accept anything less. He's only got eyes for his bae, and he won't let anyone - or any interview- stop him from being her number one fan.
Holland's latest boyfriend of the year moment went down at the Spider-Man: No Way Home red carpet event on Tuesday, December 14th. Now, unless you've been living under a rock for the last year, chances are that you know that Zendaya and Tom took their on-screen romance off-screen, which has significantly built up the hype surrounding any and all public appearances. From candid interviews about their relationship to adorable shout-outs on Instagram, these two co-stars have become #couplegoals ever since their relationship went public. And lucky for us, we've gotten to see tons of cute moments just like Tom's fangirl episode on the red carpet.
Tom arrived earlier at the event and was chatting with one of Entertainment Tonight's red carpet reporters about his connection to the Spider-Man character and how much he's enjoyed his time with the franchise. "I honestly feel a little bit numb," Holland confessed of the praise he's received. "This whole journey from the day I got cast... My agents are here, we were just talking about the moment I got my first callback, and we really thought like, 'Oh wow, maybe I could actually get this job!' And here we are today promoting Spider-Man 3." But all that chit-chat came to a crashing halt as something - or someone - arrived at the event.
"I think Zendaya just showed up," Tom said with a big grin. "That sounds like Zendaya just showed up." Forget his interview; Holland's eyes were focused on his beautiful girlfriend, who dominated the red carpet with an elegant spider-web printed dress and slick braids. We can't exactly blame Tom, can we? The two eventually caught up and posed for more sweet pictures together before heading inside for the debut screening.
We don't know about you guys, but we're already counting down to the next time we get to see these lovebirds in public again.