The two stars were supposed to visit the country for a meet and greet to promote “To All the Boys PS I Still Love you,” the sequel to their first movie together.“I am so heartbroken that we weren’t able to come. It really, really sucks. When I heard it, I was like, ‘No! This can’t be! This can’t be,’” Condor said in an interview with ABS-CBN News and other entertainment reporters on Thursday.
“I was so excited because I was gonna eat so much lumpia. You don’t understand. To me, I had to eat lumpia. So my heart was broken,” she gushed.“Yeah, absolutely. I think there’s definitely a chance,” Centineo quipped.
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