In case you were curious as to whether all that chemistry between TATBILB’s Lana Condor and Noah Centineo was real, Lana Condor just admitted on national television that it definitely was.
She was on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night and talked about getting to know Noah before the movie started, and how she felt an instant connection.
“We had just come back from a hot yoga class and went to his apartment and we ordered pizza. And it was kind of like, oh, hot yoga, pizza, what’s happening? It was right before we shot the movie, just trying to get to know each other,” she said. “And I felt something! I looked at him and I was like, ‘Noah, it’s not going to happen between us.'”
Lana, who has an IRL boyfriend, said that she felt like she and Noah needed to be “best friend professionals,” but nothing more than that. They even made a little pact as co-stars, just like they did in the movie.
“And so I was like, ‘It’s just not gonna happen.’ And he was like, ‘Yeah it’s not gonna happen.’ And I was like, ‘Great,'” she revealed. “So we kind of did what we did in To All the Boys movie. We kind of made a contract and set boundaries.”
FYI, here’s Lana and her mans. They’re adorable.
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Happy birthday to my better half always! I don’t know what I did to have you in my life, but you make everyday better. Happy birthday golden boy, let’s go get tacos! ❤️🥧🌮 I love you!
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Looking back, she’s happy they did that because now they can work together again and have it not be awkward. There are no ~mixed feelings~ or anything, which is great, because the TATBILB sequel has officially been confirmed.
Not only do she and Noah still have “that spark,” but they’ve already been on the phone talking about their plans for the sequel, FYI. Jimmy made a joke that maybe she and Noah will fall in love in the future, and Lana definitely didn’t rule it out.
Watch the full clip here and prepare to freak out about all the cute sh*t Lana said.
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