Your zodiac sign determines your "Idol" character. 

“Wealth is like sea-water; the more we drink, the thirstier we become; and the same is true of fame,” said Pisces philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer. 

HBO's over-the-top homage to synth moans and the under breast, "The Idol," is possibly the most thirsty manifestation of this truth. 

The show follows controversial pop star Jocelyn, played by Lily-Rose Depp, as she falls for ponytailed cult leader Tedros, played by Abel Tesfaye, formerly known as The Weeknd, who co-wrote and produced the series. Critics called it cringey and torture porn/rape fantasy. 

Andrew Finkelstein is a fiery Aries with a red sports car, a fast tongue, a sharp haircut, and no f–ks. Who else but Martian-ruled cardinal fire appears at the doorstep of their celebrity client minutes after a scandal breaks with money on the mind and an axe to grind?


Izaak's voice sounds like sex sweat on silk since Taurus rules the throat. Izaak, played by Moses Sumney, says that rat rail Svengali Tedros challenged him.


Xander, played by real-life Gemini Troye Sivan, is a foolhardy Gemini who signs away his potential. Xander, a former child star, talks big but acts tiny.


Cancer symbolizes motherhood, and Jocelyn's co-manager Destiny, played by Da’Vine Joy Randolph, becomes her surrogate.


Dyanne, played by Jennie Kim, is the spotlight-seeking, "love me the most," applause-hungry heart of a low-vibe Leo.


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