Zendaya is gearing up for Halloween by promoting something really cool.
Zendaya is this year’s Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF spokesperson and she stopped by Good Morning America to talk about how the campaign influenced her as a child.
The singer/actress also made a surprise visit to P.S. 163 Alfred E. Smith Elementary in New York City on Tuesday. Upon her arrival, Zendaya shocked an unsuspecting class, spending one-on-one time with the kids while she helped them decorate their very own Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF boxes to take home. Later in the day, hundreds of students gathered for a surprise school-wide assembly led by the star, where they learned more about the campaign, what it means to her and how they can help save the lives of other children around the world. Approximately ten lucky students had the chance to participate in a Q&A session at the end of the assembly, during which they asked a variety of questions ranging from what costumes Zendaya wore as a kid to where donations specifically go and of course, whether or not she would be able to give everyone a hug.
Watch Zendaya’s interview below and to learn more, go here.