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Is 'Replay' Singer Zendaya Coleman the Next Rihanna? [VIDEO] 'Shake It Up' Star is Author, Singer and Actress, Names Fans 'Zswaggers'

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(Photo : Twitter/ @Zendaya) Zendaya Coleman has been traveling the country promoting her new album Zendaya.

Reports claim that triple-threat star Zendaya Coleman may just be the next big thing.

At the ripe age of 17, the budding songstress has accomplished a lot. She starred on the hit Disney Channel show "Shake It Up," was a contestant on "Dancing With The Stars," wrote the book "Between U and Me: How to Rock Your Tween Years with Style and Confidence," and released her debut album titled Zendaya, reported Webpronews.

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The teen star has become so big, that she has created a name for her fans--the Zswaggers. This is very similar to Rihanna and other stars who have enlisted fans into their groups: RihannaNavy (Rihanna), Little Monsters (Lady Gaga) and Swifties (Taylor Swift).

Since the release of her debut album, Coleman has been traveling the country performing her hit song "Replay," along with other tracks.

On Dec. 17, she performed at the AMP Radio's Toys For Teens event in Universal City, California. Before that, she performed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Nov. 29 at the River Rink Opening Event.

The former Disney Channel partnered with Colgate Optic White and their #BrilliantSmile campaign. The campaign has gotten her fans involved, asking followers to tweet photos of their "brilliant smile."

Former Disney star Joe Jonas made some comments in recent news about the pressures and expectations of working under Disney.

In his tell-all Jonas said, "Being a part of the Disney thing for so long will make you not want to be this perfect little puppet forever. Eventually, I hit a limit and thought, Screw all this, I'm just going to show people who I am. I think that happened to a lot of us. Disney kids are spunky in some way, and I think that's why Disney hires them. 'Look, he jumped up on the table!' Five, six, ten years later, they're like, 'Oh! What do we do?' Come on, guys. You did this to yourselves."

Coleman, however, respectfully disagreed tweeting:



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