Be a Zendaya in a world full of Kylies. That's what some may say after the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" star took to her website to explain why despite turning 21 on September 1, the actress refuses to drink. In a post aptly titled "Why I'm Not Drinking on My 21st Birthday," "The Greatest Showman" actress explained that just because she's not the legal drinking age in the U.S., that doesn't mean she'll start drinking.

She wrote, "I don't plan to start drinking." Instead, she offered an explanation behind her decision, which will definitely come under public scrutiny especially that the actress is often invited to events and parties, and after parties that offer unlimited booze.

Actress thinks life is 'stressful'

Zendaya, who is most recently featured in Bruno Mars' music video for "Versace on the Floor," explained on her website that her life is "too stressful" to have alcohol to help her relax. She also explained that the entertainment industry is "way too nuts for me to not be in control of myself and my decisions," which is why she wouldn't want to start drinking. Lastly, she said that she doesn't want drinking "to become a vice."

Tom Holland takes a drink for her instead

Zendaya's "Spider-Man: Homecoming" co-star Tom Holland took to Instagram to greet her, posting an appropriate caption for her recent stand on drinking. He wrote, "Happy birthday mate. Miss you and I'll have a drink for you." Holland celebrated his 21st birthday in June and now is of legal drinking age as well.

Co-star thinks Zendaya is a 'unicorn'

Whether she's singing or acting, Zendaya truly takes hold of the stage and captivates audiences. The actress is set to do that once more in the upcoming "The Greatest Showman," in which she co-stars with Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, and Michelle Williams. The film is set to arrive this Christmas and just last month, Jackman shared his thoughts on how awesome of a co-star Zendaya is.

He told Entertainment Weekly, "She’s what I call a unicorn. I don’t know if there has been anyone like Zendaya or will be anyone ever again. That girl makes it all look absolutely effortless."

Actress plays a trapeze artist

In the upcoming "The Greatest Showman," Zendaya plays Anne Wheeler, a trapeze artist. She spent months training to hone her acrobatic skills, which co-star Hugh Jackman praised. She told EW that she was proud to accomplish such a feat, and is blown away by the fact that Jackman called her a "badass" on set. "The Greatest Showman" airs on December 25.