Anyone who has been hungover on a Sunday the last few months and spent the day drooling on the couch watching whatever Netflix tells you will recognize Noah Centineo. The guy who seems and sounds like a mid-puberty Mark Ruffalo was the breakaway star of Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before, and he even appeared in Camila Cabello’s “Havana” music video. People magazine noticed and have him in their “Sexiest Man Alive” issue. Noah was on James Corden’s Late Late Show with Busy Philipps the other night, and he said he’s single. Busy chimed in that it’s partly because he ghosted one of her friends, and – not only did it get awkward – Noah’s team is now being accused of trying to bury the evidence!
James asked Noah if he’s single, which he is. That’s when Busy chimed in, “He was kind of chatting with a friend of mine but then he ghosted her.” Oops! While that may get you into the Charlize Theron Hall of Fame, it definitely didn’t win him points with Busy. Noah made it sound like he didn’t know who she was talking about until she clarified it was a writer on her show, which made him let out a scream the screamed to me, “Oh SHIT! It’s about to go down!”
TMZ says Noah’s PR flaks were APALLED by Busy’s behavior and dragging their paycheck, er, Noah’s good boy-next-door name through the mud! They must have cried and threated James’ producers to not show the full exchange, which is said to have included Busy got into details about how Noah and her friend met on a dating app and then went in on him. That’s why the exchange kinda has a blatantly bad edit like on the VHS tapes of my old recitals where my mom tried to cut out the parts where I fucked up playing the piano. That’s smart of Noah’s PR minions to do that. It’s best to wait for asshole Noah to be revealed when he refuses to do another Netflix movie for less than high seven figures!
The bit that aired on TV is below:
#NoahCentineo got called out by #BusyPhilipps live for ghosting her friend. According to TMZ, the actual convo ran longer than the clip that aired, but was edited because Noah's team were worried about it tarnishing his image. The segment was left out of YouTube and social media. pic.twitter.com/sGKCfuIJwB
— will (@WillyCosmic) November 8, 2018