Stars Belong to the World, the fourth episode of The Idol, is currently streaming on Max. In just one hour, it did a lot, and it was a great show. Dyanne (Jennie Ruby Jane) literally stole Jocelyn s (Lily-Rose Depp) song, and Xander (Troye Sivan) got involved with Tedros (Abel Tesfaye) while Lily s Jocelyn acted strangely.
In the program, Tedros is without a doubt my favorite character. I fully comprehend Abel’s decision to cover Jealous Guy by John Lennon. Because I once experienced mild jealousy, I recognized a little of myself in this episode.
Every time I watch it, Abel’s acting grabs my attention more and more, but I feel that they over-exaggerate Tedros a little bit. Jocelyn is of course the highlight of The Idol, despite the fact that she received a fair amount of attention in this episode. The soundtrack is excellent, especially this particular tune.
Overall, seeing Episode 4 was a letdown due to the difficult-to-watch components of abuse, foul language, and misogyny. We were literally tortured as spectators. This episode’s performances were embarrassing and fell short of expectations.
created by Sam Levinson, Reza Fahim, and Abel The Weeknd Tesfaye. The show stars Lily-Rose Depp as Jocelyn and Abel Tesfaye as Tedros as the main leads, alongside Suzanna Son, Troye Sivan, Moses Sumney, Jane Adams, Dan Levy, Jennie Ruby Jane, Eli Roth, Rachel Sennott, Hari Nef, Da Vine Hank Azaria, Mike Dean, Ramsey, and Joy Randolph. Additionally confirmed is Alexa Demie’s appearance as Maddy Perez from Euphoria in a cameo. At the club where Jocelyn and Tedros first meet, she will present herself as a woman.
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