Noah Centineo, the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before alum, asked his fans kindly to stop following him around at the airport during an appearence on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Ever since the success of his two new films on Netflix, Noah’s following on Instagram and fan numbers have only increased, but it has come with some problems.
When the actor spoke with Kimmel, he managed to remain humble, stating that, “I guess people just like Netflix.” The actor claimed audiences like romantic comedies and he was fortunate enough to star in two of them that Netflix later purchased.
The second movie he starred in was Sierra Burgess Is A Loser. Following the success of both films, Centineo revealed that his fan base has grown exponentially.
However, one incident, in particular, scared him just a little bit too much. According to the young actor, he was in New York one evening and when he was waiting for his bag to come out on the trolley, there was a group of individuals all looking at him.
They asked him how his flight was, to which he responded, “it was good, how was yours?” and then they told him they were waiting for him at the airport.
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Kimmel joked that he and Noah should ask fans nicely not to meet him at the airport anymore, because he doesn’t need help with his luggage, and doesn’t need a ride either.
Unfortunately, the story continues, as the actor encountered a similar situation yet again. He said he went back to the same airport and they were waiting for him the second time, “the same people,” except with an additional member.
Thankfully, he and his fans worked it all out, after he told them to stop following him. It’s just weird.