AceShowbiz - Busy Philipps and Noah Centineo appearead on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Wednesday, November 7. However, things turned awkward after the actress called out the Hollywood heartthrob for ghosting her friend.
After host James Corden brought up the topic of his single status, Busy chimed in and delivered an anecdote about the "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" star. "He started chatting with a friend of mine, but then he ghosted her," the "Dawson's Creek" alum shared.
James then responded, "Oh no! Are you serious?" Busy then asked the 22-year-old actor, "Do you know this?" to which he innocently replied, "No, I don't know." But when Busy said that it was one of her writers on her show, it seemed like it rang a bell for Noah.
#NoahCentineo got called out by #BusyPhilipps live for ghosting her friend. According to TMZ, the actual convo ran longer than the clip that aired, but was edited because Noah's team were worried about it tarnishing his image. The segment was left out of YouTube and social media. pic.twitter.com/sGKCfuIJwB— will (@WillyCosmic) November 8, 2018
While the clip was short, it was said that they actually talked about it longer than what people saw in the clip that aired. TMZ reported that the "Sierra Burgess Is a Loser" star did a damage control as they thought the segment would put his boy-next-door image in jeopardy. It was resulted to the heavily-edited clip.
The site said that Busy went on detailing that the two first met on a dating app.
It was said that "The Late Late Show" edited the video at about 56 seconds into the interview. Further fueling the speculation, the late-night show didn't upload the video on its YouTube page as it usually does.
Noah rose to fame after starring in Netflix movie "To the Boys I've Loved Before" alongside Lana Condor. Based on Jenny Han's romance novel of the same name, the teen movie saw him playing a character named Peter Kavinsky. In addition to "To All the Boys I've Loved Before", he starred as Jamey in "Sierra Burgess Is a Loser" and Jesus Foster on "The Fosters". He is set to appear in Brooks Rattigan's "The Stand-In", "Swiped" as well as the forthcoming "Charlie's Angels" movie.