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LOOK: Netizens surprised after Noah Centineo goes live showing his new look

Twitter users almost didn’t recognize Noah Centineo after he went live on Instagram.

  • People pointed out and made fun of how his looks changed.
  • But others called out those who are bullying him as he was clearly going through something and was having a hard time. 

This young celebrity is most known for playing Peter Kavinsky in the film adaptation of Jenny Han’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before series or as Jamey in Netflix’s Sierra Burgess Is a Loser.

Noah Centineo is considered as a rising star who got famous because of his swoon-worthy characters and good looks.

But recently, he went viral on Twitter after a netizen uploaded screenshots from his latest Instagram live.

His appearance changed so much that some people didn’t even recognize him. Centineo clearly gained some weight and grew his facial hair which made the Twitter user ask, “wtf happened to him?”

Netizens immediately began bashing him with one even calling him her “former Arabic teacher”.

Another also told fans to tell Centineo to shave “unless he wants the Justin Bieber treatment”.

“I’m probably more good looking that Noah,” someone said.

A netizen asked how the star can even go from “worse to wors-er”.

More netizens poked fun of his looks on Twitter.

Not everyone was happy with how people reacted to what Centineo looked like, saying how people are “bullies” and “hypocrites” for saying things about what he looked like.

Noah Centineo and his To All The Boys co-star Lana Condor was supposed to visit Manila last February 15 for a fan meeting. The event got canceled due to the global coronavirus outbreak.

The young celebrity started his career in 2009 when he starred as the lead in the family film The Gold Retrievers. He then had small roles on Disney Channel before taking over a main role in The Fosters. His career kicked off after appearing in Camila Cabello’s music video for “Havana” and starring in three Netflix original films.

He also starred in the 2019 adaptation of Charlie’s Angels.

Written by J M

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