Lily-Rose Depp Says She 'Steers Clear' Of The Weeknd On 'The Idol' Set

Lily-Rose Depp claims she occasionally avoided The Weeknd while he was in character on "The Idol."

The 24-year-old spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the singer's acting style and working with him on the secretive cult drama series.

The Weeknd, real name Abel Tesfaye, plays Tedros, a "self-help guru and leader of a modern-day cult"

who "enters a complicated relationship with a rising pop idol (Depp)" in the HBO program.

“I don’t think anybody went full method—nobody lost their minds,” Depp said in the Friday interview.

I avoided Abel while he was in full Tedros mood. I'd say, "He's in his zone."

The show, co-created by Sam Levinson and Tesfaye, has been criticized online for its "chaotic" production and "toxic" set.

According to Rolling Stone, Levinson inserted "disturbing sexual and physically violent" scenes to "The Idol," which caused many rewrites.