The Weeknd, Lily-Rose Depp have intercourse in dressing room in ‘cringiest’ ‘Idol’ scene but

“The Idol” will get extra cringe every week.

The extremely criticized HBO present — which was co-created by The Weeknd, “Euphoria” director Sam Levinson and Reza Fahim — continued to face backlash on-line after its third episode was launched Sunday evening.

Within the episode, titled “Dawn,” lead Lily-Rose Depp’s character, Jocelyn, and The Weeknd, who performs creepy membership proprietor Tedros, begin having intercourse in a Valentino dressing room.

Nonetheless, in the course of their — slightly loud — hookup, Depp walks out, leaving The Weeknd’s character to complete the deed himself.

The graphic scene caught many already skeptical viewers off-guard as they took to social media to voice their opinions on the surprising intercourse scene.

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In Episode 3 of “The Idol,” The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp are caught getting scorching and heavy in a Valentino dressing room.

“Dressing room intercourse scene is meant to be humorous, I believe, nevertheless it’s the cringiest scene to this point,” one person tweeted. “Then Tredros loudly jacking off alone? WTF is that this episode?”

“why am I watching the idol it’s so dangerous ughhhhh why are they f—king within the Valentino retailer,” a second requested.

“Has The Weeknd ever had intercourse? Has ANYONE on the set of The Idol had intercourse?” a 3rd chimed in. “Wtf was that scene within the dressing room in episode 3, it appeared like two muppets banging it out.”

“I can’t think about what’s going by Valentino’s buyers after that latest episode of The Idol,” a 3rd individual identified.

But that wasn’t the one scene from Episode 3 that despatched Twitter right into a frenzy.

Elsewhere within the episode, Eli Roth’s character, Andrew Finkelstein, made an “appalling” joke about convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

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The HBO present has confronted backlash on-line in latest weeks for its seemingly infinite nudity and “comically dangerous” appearing.

Throughout one scene, Finkelstein says the pop star is “making [him] have IBS,” including, “I’m f–kin’ s–tting extra blood than a child at Epstein’s island.”

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Epstein allegedly trafficked after which sexually abused younger girls and underage ladies on his personal Caribbean island earlier than his dying in 2019.

Lily-Rose Depp in "The Idol."
The truth is, over 100,000 viewers reportedly stopped watching the present after the primary episode.
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Instantly after the episode aired, social media customers slammed the present’s creators for making little one intercourse abuse victims the “punchline.”

“Okay, the Epstein’s Island remark was too far for me within the new episode of The Idol Let’s not joke about little one trafficking,” one individual tweeted.

“Sam Levinson on the Idol making a joke about youngsters in Epstein Island. What the precise f–ok is mistaken with you? It’s fucking disgusting that somebody [thought] ‘this is likely to be joke,’” one other agreed.

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Regardless of the backlash, it’s unclear whether or not or not there will probably be a second season.
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And it seems a mixture of the present’s crude jokes, Depp’s fixed nudity and the “Save Your Tears” singer’s “comically dangerous” appearing has led to a steep decline in viewership.

The drama, which has been bombarded with “rape fantasy” accusations, misplaced greater than 100,000 viewers between its premiere and the second episode, based on Selection.

Whereas sources informed Web page Six that “The Idol” was “by no means meant to be a long-running present,” HBO insiders say “the door is unquestionably nonetheless open” for a possible second season.

“The Idol” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.