She is only 22 years old, but Zendaya knows how to handle rough questions like a boss.
The Hollywood actor, who stars in the new HBO drama Euphoria, was attending a question-and-answer session when a man in the audience asked if she used drugs during filming before talking to her to go on a date with him.
The greatest showman star was at the ATX TV Festival in Texas to promote his new series, which begins streaming on Foxtel on Monday and follows a group of high school students as they navigate drugs, sex, identity confusion, social media, love and friendship.
But the opening show, produced by rapper Drake, was the last thing the guy wanted to talk about.
He asked Zendaya, who plays drug user Rue, if she "literally inhaled the good things? The weed?
Despite being a little thrown out, she kept her cool and replied, "No … I do not do any of this, so it was definitely a strange thing to me."
But he did not stop there. He then asked her several times if she would go on a date with him to have ice cream, despite the star politely refusing.
"Hey, if I had time I would like it because I love ice cream and I appreciate it," Zendaya said, to which the unidentified man replied "Is that a no or maybe?" Before continuing to tell her she could bring one plus one.
Instead of hitting back, which was well within her rights, Zendaya tried to defuse the situation and told the audience "We all will" before Q & A was finally carried forward.
Fans on social networks were not thrilled by the persistent fan.
The mandatory questions and answers from fans are often a recreation for crazy fans who ask disrespectful questions, with many industry figures proposing to ban "free-for-all" panels.
Nicole Kidman closed a super fan during a question and answer session during the screening of her film Destroyer last year.
One member of the audience asked, "I spent the last year sorting out your movies for things like wigs, and this movie is really heavy, how do you think that works, and do you have any other favorites?"
Kidman was not impressed.
"That's a terrible question. I am closing this question.
At ACE Comic Con Seattle Q & A last year, things got really weird during the Civil War panel with Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie and Tom Holland.
A group of girls was completely ashamed, talking about their own lives, asking for fun for their friends who were not present, telling Holland they loved him several times and basically being a bit unfriendly.
"You're making me very bad, people," Holland said.
Another crazy guy bombarded a Westworld panel at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, pushing co-creator Jonathan Nolan to read his screenplay.
He did not even ask a question.
"Just one thing on Jonathan's side, my brother and I are big fans of Interstellar. You wrote that, and we're really aspiring to writers, and that's really inspired us a lot. And you've touched something inside us and we hope one day we can share our script with you. "
The euphoria is available to broadcast on Foxtel from June 17