Noah Centineo Recounts “Scary” Experience Of Being Stalked By Fans At Airport

Mega cutie Noah Centineo shot to fame after appearing in Netflix films To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser which is great for the dude but unfortunately he’s already experiencing the dark side of being a celeb.

During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Friday, Noah shared a “kind of scary” experience of being stalked by fans at an airport.

I had this one experience—I went to New York for some work, and I was at baggage claim and I had my headphones on and was just waiting for my bag to come out. And then I feel a presence approach me…and without even knowing, I had to sidestep and take my headphones out and there’s like four people looking at me. And I was like ‘Hi,’ and they were like ‘Hey, how was your flight?’ And I was like, ‘It was good, how was yours?’ And they were like ‘Oh no no, we didn’t fly, we’re here for you.’ They somehow knew I was flying into JFK and the time I was going there. They parked the same place where the driver parked, so they walked us to the car, and then they followed us into the city. And when we got into the city, I was like, there’s totally people following us.

Noah had to ask his driver to elude the fans who were following them, adding that it “was the first time you look at something you’re like oh wow, my life is changing.”

There’s a beautiful full circle to the story, because I went back a second time to the same airport for a different round of press, and they were there again, the same people—except they added another person. So I walk up to them and I’m like ‘Hi, hi guys’ and they’re ‘Hey, we want to apologise,’ and we talked it out. I was like, ‘Look, I love your love, I love the fact you care about me and you show up here, and that’s fantastic, just don’t follow me. The rest is cool, just don’t follow me.’ They said goodbye, and I said goodbye, and then I just walked away.

ATTN Noah Centineo stans (AKA everyone reading this): We understand that he is an absolute babe but he is also a human deserving of his own space and privacy.

Check out the full interview below: