Noah Centineo looks 'homeless' with messy beard as his quarantine style sparks concerns: 'Wtf happened to him?'
Many thought he looked unrecognizable with his unkempt beard, unruly hair and a mustache on his visibly plump looking face
Noah Centineo's new look is not fan-approved. He has grown out his beard and after a recent Instagram live video, fans have made it clear that his unkempt look is not a hit with them. Some also think that he may be dealing with a personal issue.
Centineo became a rage with his charming good looks and his performance in the Netflix film 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'. His thick long mane of hair and honey-toned skin with a buttery voice drove everyone crazy about him.
Last October, however, he switched his look. He got rid of his lush hair for a tight buzz cut. In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, he said that a change in his look changed the way people treated him."Some people in my life think that I’ve kind of shifted into a more masculine brooding type. They treat me differently. People are more intimidated. Maybe not intimidated but… a little timid. The buzz cut guy with scars on his face is a little different than, like, long-hair cute boy."
While many of his fans expressed concerns over him losing his lush locks, there were many others who treated this as a welcome change. However, Centineo revealed himself sporting a new quarantine look on his Instagram stories with a grown out and unkempt beard, unruly hair and a mustache on his visibly plump looking face.
Fans resorted to Twitter to voice their concerns about the actor.
Someone commented: "Wtf is wrong with him," while another one said: "He's only attractive as peter Kavinsky and I live by that." A third commented: "Am I the only one who didn’t find him attractive even before this?"
Another tweet read, "WHY DOES HE LOOK LIKE A HOMELESS PERSON I truly hope he’s ok."
"Wtf he looks like he’s been stuck on a desert island not on lockdown," read another.
While there were a lot of them that bashed his new look and judged him for it, there were some who sided with him and called out others for being "judgemental".
"Guys, please don't judge anyone you don't know personally, especially celebs. We can't know if there is maybe something going on or he has struggles. We also don't look 24/7 perfect, they are just normal humans like we are," wrote a fan highlighting that celebrities need not look good at all times.
While another wrote, "As much as I find Noah cringy and his acting bad, he is clearly going through something and these comments about comparing to him before are mad disrespectful + can cause a lot of harm... let’s just chill on hate bandwagon."
"He's probably not doing great y'all gotta stop bullying ppl just bc you don't like them," read another tweet.