While the whole world is anxiously waiting to see if Netflix is going to make dreams come true with a sequel to the movie everyone has grown to love, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Noah Centineo and James Corden just gave us all a re-imagining of the movie to hold us over. And it’s honestly glorious.

The 22-year-old actor stopped by The Late Late Show and took part in a hilarious skit where he and James created a new version of TATBILB called To All the Guests I’ve Loved Before. It was filled with just as many twists, turns, and oh so adorable moments, as it paid homage to other classic rom-coms like Love, Actually and Jerry McGuire. This time around, James is desperately trying to get Noah to be a guest on his show, so he, of course, sends a love letter to Noah. They then embark on the cutest friendship, only for it to come crashing down as James find out Noah appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show and Noah uncovers that the 40-year-old host wrote other letters like the one he got to celebs like Harry Styles and Chris Pratt. But by the end, their connection prevails and Noah makes his way onto the show.

Naturally, we just had to relive the best moments, in GIF form of course. Scroll down to enjoy.

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