Labrinth Thanks "Euphoria"'s Creators For Welcoming Him on Set

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STAFFORD, ENGLAND - AUGUST 23:  Labrinth performs on Day 2 of the V Festival at Weston Park on August 23, 2015 in Stafford, England.  (Photo by Shirlaine Forrest/WireImage)
STAFFORD, ENGLAND - AUGUST 23: Labrinth performs on Day 2 of the V Festival at Weston Park on August 23, 2015 in Stafford, England. (Photo by Shirlaine Forrest/WireImage)

Labrinth appeared on the latest episode of HBO Max's "Euphoria", and honestly, it was the British-American crossover we didn't know we needed. The singer starred in the show alongside Zendaya and even created a special collaboration with James Blake called "Pick Me Up", which also featured in the new episode. It's not the first time that Labrinth's music has been featured on "Euphoria" either, as he was responsible for a pretty hefty part of the series-one soundtrack and some more recent episodes of the second series, too.

On his cameo in the series, Labrinth said that he's "Never been on American television as a cast member. This was a pretty spiritual experience with the cast and crew that attended - felt like I left my body when we were recording this. Thank you to the @euphoriaHBO Universe and creators for welcoming me on set 💜" The singer also shared a carousel of images from his time on set featuring Zendaya.

Zendaya, who plays Rue on "Euphoria," also shared some behind-the-scenes videos on her Instagram story about the episode with clips of Labrinth singing and a caption that read "thank you for this beautiful moment and collaboration . . . you're the freakin' coolest and it's always an honour to share space with you @labrinth."

New episodes of "Euphoria" season two will continue to stream on NOW every week, following the show's airing on HBO Max.

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