Noah Centineo Proves He’s Too Smooth After Improvising THIS Sierra Burgess Scene

By this point, we all know that the star of Netflix‘s Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, Noah Centineo, is a smooth criminal. But we’re officially head over heels after learning which scene he totally improvised.

In the movie, the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before star busts a move that we assumed had been concocted after hours of brainstorming from the scriptwriters, but it turns out it was just Noah being Noah.

PLAY the video for all the proof you could need that Noah Centineo is your dream guy…

Shannon Purser, who plays Sierra Burgess, chatted to Refinery29 about the scene where Jamey (Centineo) asks Veronica (Kristine Froseth) if she’s ever “counted shoulders” in the movie theatre.


WhileVeronica is puzzled for a moment, Jamey proceeds to count his own shoulders, and then hers before ending up with his arm around her when he gets to the fourth shoulder.

IKR, genius.


Obviously, no breathing human should be able to come up with a move so smooth on the spot.

Buuut Shannon has actually confirmed otherwise: “I think it was Noah,” she revealed.

She added: “I’m pretty sure Ian, our director, was just like, ‘Do something dumb and cute. Figure out a way to get your arm around Kristine, [who plays] Veronica’ and I guess that’s just what Noah came up with.”


And that’s not the only teenage dream scene Noah has improvised.

It turns out that he actually came up with To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’s iconic pocket spin in the cafeteria too, where Peter Kavinsky spins Lara Jean (Lana Condor) around by her back pocket.


That guy really loves to put his own spin on things (pun very much intended).

Did Noah Centineo just become our dream man?

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