If you own a Netflix account/have access to the internet, then it’s more than likely you’ve heard of Noah Centineo, aka this summer’s biggest breakout star. He captured our hearts in not one but two Netflix romantic comedies, and is set to star in some of next year’s most highly anticipated films. And while we love to think that Centineo is literally perfection incarnate, it turns out he might just be human like the rest of us, even when it comes to the dating game.
Centineo appeared alongside Busy Philipps in the interview segment on the November 8th episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden. The stars promoted upcoming projects, shared funny old headshots, and talked about the worst jobs they’ve ever had. And Philipps totally called Centineo out on ghosting one of her friends.
Corden playfully asked Philipps if she had any friends she could set young Centineo up with, to which she replied,
Centineo looked confused at first, until Philipps clarified it was one of her writers, at which point he exclaimed, “Ahhh!” clearly remembering the person she’s referring to. According to TMZ, the original segment was much longer than aired, but Centineo’s PR team worried it would tarnish his “nice guy” image, so they asked Corden to edit the clip down.
At the end of the day, this only makes Centineo more relatable—because hey, while we’ve almost all been ghosted before, we’ve also all likely ghosted someone else. Because we’re human, and our lives get busy, and online dating is the worst.
Basically, it’s okay, Noah. We forgive you. But maybe use this as learning moment…