Noah Centineo Goes Undercover on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube | GQ

On this episode of “Actually Me,” Noah Centineo goes undercover on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and more sites. Why does Noah always sound like he just woke up? What are the most unrealistic parts of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before? Is he more of a Florida or California boy at heart? Noah stars in Sierra Burgess is a Loser, out on Netflix now.

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Noah Centineo Goes Undercover on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube | GQ


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34 thoughts on “Noah Centineo Goes Undercover on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube | GQ

  1. anyone else think like Noah rlly liked Lana but bc of her boyfriend.. he couldn’t pursue her? The way he looked at her and talks about her, i dunno. I like Noah better than Lanas bf ofc so I rlly wish they could’ve been something.

  2. Puerto Rican's a nationality, not a race. Sure, you can argue it's an ethnicity, but Puerto Rico is made up of various ethnic groups, so that's not without its issue. If he means Taíno or Arawak then that makes the "little bit of Native American" redundant, if he's telling the truth about that.

  3. He’s like no one else. And I love him so much for that. He’s not one of the celebrities or whatever they answer a question right ahead. He thinks about it and gives an honest and quite deep answer.

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