Lana Condor and Noah Centineo Reading Filipino Tweets Is the Kilig Vibes You Need Today

Noah Centineo speaking in Tagalog? Oh yes, it happened.

(SPOT.ph) Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are gracing our screens as Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky possibly for the last time ever as To All the Boys: Always and Forever lands on Netflix on February 12. But before the third and final installment to the popular YA movie series drops—and we get the closure we deserve—the two have an extra-special gift to Filipino fans! Watch as Condor and Centineo read out tweets from Filipino fans, complete with them giving Tagalog a go. 

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo

The two are way too genuine for us to be mad at "key-leg," and anyways, they really did dish out the kilig vibes for this one. Centineo called the tweets "love letters all the way from the Philippines." Whoever wrote these tweets must be in shock right now, especially @sassypv08! Your parents know you now! Plus, we can't get over Centineo reading out the Tagalog parts, too. "Sana all may nag-aagawan para sa'yo." Yeah, we felt that.

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"Whenever I see tweets from around the world, it always makes me feel just in awe," said Condor in the short clip. The To All the Boys (TATB) series first dropped in 2018 with To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, starring the two as polar-opposite teens who end up in a fake-to-very-real relationship. It is based on Jenny Han's popular YA novels and yup, people across the globe have found themselves totally affected by Covey and Kavinsky's love story—the Philippines included.

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo
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Centineo added that he finds it amazing that the movies have "made it all the way around the world to the Philippines and beyond. It's wild; I'm very grateful."

"No matter how stone-cold you might feel in your heart, I think ultimately, universally, people want to be loved and they want to give love. And so I hope that they’re inspired by these movies, and I hope that they choose to love in the same way Lara Jean does. It’s what drives her every action every day," said Condor in SPOT.ph's interview with the cast about the series' end. So in case the last movie leaves you feeling a bit sad, we second her suggestion to stream all three back-to-back!

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