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Zendaya talks about her anxiety; "The West Wing" cast reunites; Jennifer Garner hilariously finishes "The Office" for the first time

Several stars from the hit NBC show ended up reaching out to congratulate her on the momentous occasion

LOS ANGELES — Zendaya's mental health struggles, how the cast of "The West Wing" is helping to get out the vote, and Jennifer Garner finishes "The Office" on a high note. These are the top headlines around Hollywood. 

Zendaya may be one of the most talented people in the entertainment business at the moment, but that doesn't mean that she is immune to struggles. 

The actor, singer, dancer- and about a billion other things- recently sat down with InStyle magazine to discuss everything from her career to her views on race in the United States and the Black Lives Matter movement. 

Zendaya also discussed her anxiety, which she has been open about in the past, saying that although she has never been able to completely get rid of it, she learns a little more about her mental health every day. 

The "Euphoria" actor also said that she has found that talking about her anxiety does help, much like many other issues. 

Gracing a different magazine cover this month, the cast of "The West Wing" has reunited for Entertainment Weekly. 

Fans can find Toby, CJ, Donna, Josh, Sam and all of the other members of the Bartlet administration are encouraging eligible Americans to vote in the 2020 election, starring in a new spread for the Hollywood-focused magazine.

The cast will once-again reunite for a new HBO Max special, also encouraging everyone to exercise their civic duty for the presidential election in November.

Unfortunately, Josiah "Jed" Bartlet is not on the ticket this year. 

And true to fashion, Jennifer Garner is reminding everyone just how relatable she is. 

The "Alias" actor recently finished her binge of "The Office" after beginning the show during quarantine with her kids. 

Garner attempted to record her reaction to the series finale but accidentally turned on slow-mo. 

Cast from the show commented on Garner's video thanking her for watching and keeping the Dunder Mifflin spirit alive.