WATCH: Zendaya Reveals Whether Or Not She's Forgiven Fashion Police For Their Comments About Her Hair

Zendaya is all smiles amidst reports she’s going to play Dorothy in “The Wiz” in the 2015 Broadway adaptation that will air on NBC in December.

Apr. 1 2015, Published 2:46 p.m. ET

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It seems that everyone involved in the Fashion Police fiasco has moved on—including Zendaya Coleman. Co-host Giuliana Rancic got slammed back in February after making a subjectively racist comment on the show about Zendaya's Oscars hair (which eventually led to both Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin quitting), but all the young star can do right now is move on.

WATCH: Zendaya Responds To Kelly Osbourne's Fashion Police Departure

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While walking through the airport with her dad, a makeup-free Zendaya was asked if she's forgiven Giuliana for the remark. "It's all about a learning experience," she said. "It's all about making something positive and turning it into a good thing." We really love this attitude!

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Zendaya shockingly was not asked about the rumors that she's playing Dorothy in the live version of The Wiz, which will allegedly air on NBC this winter, but hopefully we'll get confirmation on that soon!


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Watch above to see Zendaya sans makeup at the airport. Do you think she has a good outlook on the Fashion Police situation? Do you think she should play Dorothy? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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