Because of the recent rise in the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases around the world, a number of people have been under quarantine in an effort to decrease contagion. This not only includes many of the general public but also international stars, who have since posted on social media about their self-isolation. Celebrities like Ashley Tisdale, Kim Kardashian, and Tom Hanks have each shared their experiences online about being house-bound amidst this COVID-19 outbreak.
But one actor decided to use this period of quarantine to reach out and connect to his fans via text messaging–and that person is To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before actor Noah Centineo.
“I’ve been looking for a way to actually connect with you and finally found it. I’ll let you know when I’m in your city, when I get a new role, when a book I’m excited about comes out, when I can’t sleep and want to know who else is thinking about some crazy shit, When I learn something new, whenever. I’ll text you first. So hit my line +(561)-220-0860,” he wrote in the caption.
Centineo also shared this news with his Twitter followers, many of whom have been excited to chat with him.
One person shared that the actor asked her if she was “quarantining.” While another user commented a screengrab of her conversation with Centineo, wherein they talked about stores being closed due to the virus scare.
Many of the other comments in his tweet were his international fans who asked him if he could also install a Viber or WhatsApp account so they can too contact him.
However, there were still some people who were skeptical about his text messaging scheme. Some of them questioned if it was real or if someone else was handling the account.
Whatever the case may be, we’re glad that Noah Centineo is finding the time to reach out and connect to his fans. Hopefully, his efforts can brighten up the day of those who chatted with him.
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