Timothee Chalamet was left rather red-faced as he was quizzed by Andy Cohen on his former relationship with Madonna’s daughter, Lourdes “Lola” Leon, during a recent interview.

The 21-year-old sat down for a chat at the SiriusXM Studios Monday with his “Call Me By Your Name” co-stars, and Cohen brought up the time the pair met on a dance floor while Chalamet was still dating Leon, also 21.

The couple, who both attended La Guardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York, are thought to have dated in 2013.

Chalamet said of the evening in question, “Getting a dance with Madonna that night, that was cool. Madonna was with us dancing, my buddy Joey was there and Lola, too. We were all dancing together.”

“I don’t know, I usually don’t talk about this stuff. But, that was a good night!” the star added.

Not ending his questioning there, Cohen was then keen to find out what his ex-girlfriend thought about his latest film.

Chalamet replied, “She hasn’t seen it yet, but she’s excited to. She teases me about the public appearances…the movie itself she’s very excited about and the reception it’s been getting is only a great thing.

“It’s like the public appearance stuff around it, like some of the late night things I’ve done. I get made fun of.”

However, it seems like that was enough relationship-based questions for Chalamet, with him shooting down the host when he asked, “How long did you two date?”

The actor then insisted: “Next question! I’m out of here.”

Lourdes Leon and her mother Madonna
Lourdes Leon and her mother Madonna

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The “Call Me By Your Name” cast have been hard at work promoting the new flick, which won two gongs, including Best Feature, at Monday night’s Gotham Independent Film Awards.

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The drama, directed by Luca Guadagnino, stars Armie Hammer and Chalamet as lovers that meet in 1980s Italy.

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