Netflix just gave Noah Centineo fans a serious treat. If you’re obsessed with To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (which like, let’s be real, who isn’t?), then you most definitely watched the hit teen rom-com more than once. And chances are, you’ve noticed Noah’s (er, Peter Kavinksy‘s) super iconic – and quite repetitive – “woah.” You see, Noah has a tendency to say the phrase a lot in real life, so it has naturally crept into his roles – because, as we know, he improvises scenes like the pro he is. So Netflix capitalized on the fabulous discovery and remixed his signature saying into a fire dance track. And tbh, we’ve got the beat on repeat. Take a listen.
i dont know why we made this. pic.twitter.com/ac2LbFcV0V
— Netflix US (@netflix) September 19, 2018
Noah stans are all about the track, as Twitter exploded with some super postitive reactions to fans’ new fave song.
Netflix has totally embraced the Peter Kavinsky fan culture too, as their official Twitter bio reads, “this is now a Peter Kavinsky stan account.”
And don’t be fooled – it’s not like Noah meant to do this. He totally admitted that he wasn’t aware of just how much he said the phrase while filming, and he wishes somebody would’ve told him to pump the brakes on the ‘woahs.’
“‘Woah, woah, woah’ must be my thing because I say it in Sierra Burgess Is a Loser too,” the 22-year-old actor told Harper’s Bazaar. “I’m really upset that the director or somebody wasn’t like, ‘Hey dude, you know you’ve said, ‘Woah, woah, woah,’ like a hundred times already? You probably don’t want to say it in every single scene throughout the film.’ But alas, it has now become a thing.”
There’s no turning back now, Noah. Keep the ‘woahs’ coming.