This summer the world went wild for Noah Centineo thanks to Netflix’s All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. The Lana Condor-fronted rom-com was a huge a huge hit, in no small part thanks to the Centineo’s boyish charm and baby Mark Ruffalo vibe. Crushing hard on Centineo, people across America rushed to stores to get a little bit closer to the enchanting ingendude by buying up the Japanese yogurt drink Yakult, which he gleefully guzzles in the movie. Now, school is in session, but we are not over our summer love. And neither is James Corden of The Late Late Show
In a charming new sketch, Corden stands in for Condor in an All The Boys I’ve Loved Before parody called “To All the Guests I’ve Loved Before,” in which an embarrassing letter draws two unlikely lovers together. But no worries if you still haven’t seen that movie. Corden also throws in some bits from Jerry Maguire and our annual obsession, Love Actually. (For real, I’d be willing to bet no site’s Love Actually archive runs as long as ours.)
Cute, right? My only beef is I doubt Centineo, who at 22 is at the very edge of Millenial status, has ever seen Jerry Maguire, which came out the year he was born. THE YEAR HE WAS BORN.
Excuse, me I have to go sit in a corner, collect dust and feel my age.
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